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observer; ~ military observer; ~ permanent observer; ~ to send as an observer.
() to supervise; to spy; ~ to supervise the observation of armistice conditions.
observation; supervision, surveillance; control; monitoring; ~ field supervision; ~ discreet surveillance; ~ to keep under observation; ~ to maintain surveillance; ~ to bug.
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award, reward, decoration; ~ money award; ~ well-deserved reward; ~ government reward; ~e to write smb up for an award.
increase, rise, bonus; ~ danger money; ~ night shift bonus; ~ overtime premium; ~ bonus to the pension; ~ gratuity; ~ official allowance; ~ premium bonus; ~ trade allowance.
to provide; to authorize; to endue; ~ to endue with authority; ~ to authorize with a right; ~ to entitle.
reliability; credibility; () safety, security; ~ reliability of data; ~ reliability of testimony; ~ credibility of evidence.
supervisor; warder.
control, inspection, oversight; superintendence; supervision, surveillance, monitoring; ~ supervision of activity; ~ supervision of adherence to laws; ~ designer's inspection; ~ administrative supervision; ~ banking supervision; ~ state supervision; ~ public prosecutor's supervision; ~ sanitary inspection; ~ judicial supervision; ~ to be under supervision; ~ to exercise supervision; ~ to place under supervision; ~a supervisory authority; ~a in the exercise of supervisory powers.
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supervisory; ~ supervisory agency; ~ supervisory jurisdiction; ~ review services.
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appropriate, proper, due, regular; competent; ~ proper agency; ~ proper precaution; ~ appropriate measures; ~ properly; ~ in good and due form.
inscription, superscription; ~ endorsement without recourse; ~ commemorative inscription; ~ special endorsement; ~ executive endorsement; ~ endorsement; ~ authenticating inscription; ~ to endorse.
outrage; desecration.
to outrage.
() lease, renting; rent, renting, tenancy; ( ) employment; ~ renting; ~ hiring of labour; ~ hiring at will; to work by hire; to hire out/let on hire.
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gain, profit; ~ easy money; ~ for personal gain.
to gain profit.
pressure; ~ administrative pressure; ~ financial pressure; ~ to put pressure.
to appoint; to nominate; ~ to appoint an arbitrator; ~ to appoint a hearing; ~ to set a time limit.
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appointment, nomination; fixing; setting; ~ nomination of an arbitrator; ~ setting a date for a trial; ~ appointment of a diplomatic representative; ~ appointment of a trustee; ~ appointing official persons; ~ infliction of a penalty; ~ to seek a sanction; ~ to use according to designation.
name, designation; ~ name of a maker; ~ description (name) of an article; ~ improper designation; ~ () brand name.
lessor, renter.
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punishment, penalty; () sentence; ~, summary punishment; ~, disproportionate punishment; ~, punishment fixed by law; ~ discretional punishment; ~, punishment stipulated by law; ~, extrajudicial punishment; ~, judicial punishment; ~, custodial punishment; ~ additional punishment; ~ forfeiture penalty; ~ mixed punishment; ~ wrongful punishment; ~ conditional punishment; ~ to award a penalty; ~ to make a penalty conditional; ~ to admeasure the penalty; ~ to do one's time; ~ to abolish punishment; ~ to suffer punishment; ~ to go unpunished; ~ punitive measure; ~ abolition of punishment; ~ mitigation of punishment; ~ as punishment.
to penalize, to punish; ~ to punish with a fine.
note, bill, invoice; consignment; bill of lading waybill; ~ air waybill/air bill of lading; ~ motor waybill; ~ bill of lading/consignment note; ~ railway bill of lading; ~ bill of lading/consignment note.
to impose; to inflict; ~ to discipline; ~ to inflict a penalty; ~ to impose a fine.
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availability; ~ availability of money; ~ availability of funds; ~ availability of goods; ~ to have in stock; ~ in case of fault.
cash; money in cash; ready money; quick cash; ~ currency holdings; ~ cash in a bank; ~ cash/cash assets; ~ spare cash; ~ to convert into cash; ~ to inspect cash holdings.
tax; duty; charge; levy; ~, Federal budget tax; ~ social security tax; ~ imputed income tax; ~ donor's tax; ~ value-added tax; ~ real estate tax; ~ earnings tax; ~ land tax; ~ personal property tax; ~ inheritance tax; ~ real estate tax; ~ windfall-profits tax; ~ sales tax; ~ profits tax, tax on profits; ~ sales tax; ~ property tax; ~ tax on individuals; ~ excise tax; ~ double tax; ~ surcharge; ~ highway-user tax; ~ single tax; ~ land tax, tax on land; ~ property tax; ~ indirect tax; ~ local tax; ~ income tax; ~ tax on land, land tax; ~ property tax; ~ direct tax; ~ regional tax; ~ social security tax; ~ federal tax; ~ special tax; ~ to collect a tax; ~ to impose a tax; ~ to be liable to a tax; ~ to cut down a tax; ~ liable to a tax; ~ imposition of a tax; ~a bonification; ~a tax evasion; ~ before taxes.
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fiscal; tax; ~a tax roll; ~ tax haven; ~ tax declaration; ~ tax inspectorate; ~ tax loophole; ~ tax police; ~oe tax burden; ~oe taxation; ~oe fiscal law; ~oe fiscal regulation; ~ tax privileges; ~ capital allowance; ~ revenue inspector; ~ taxable period.
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taxation, tax assessment; ~ taxation of income; ~ profits taxation; ~ double taxation; ~ differential taxation; ~ confiscatory taxation; ~ indirect taxation; ~ concessional taxation; ~ multiple taxation; ~ progressive taxation; ~ direct taxation; ~ federal income taxation; ~ overtaxation; ~ to avoid taxation; ~ to exempt from taxation; ~ exempt from a tax; ~ liable to a tax.
taxpayer; ~ mala fide taxpayer; ~ rights and liabilities of taxpayers.
() imposition; infliction; ~ seizure of property/attachment; ~ imposition of a disciplinary penalty; ~ imposition of a penalty/of punishment; ~ imposition of an obligation; ~ sealing; ~ imposition of a penalty/of a fine.
intention, intent; design; () aim, purpose; ~ fraudulent intent; ~ intent to appropriate; ~ testamentary intent; ~ contractual intent; ~ aggressive intent; ~ probable intention; ~ real intention; ~ wrong intent; ~ legitimate intent; ~ deliberate intent; ~ first intent; ~ wrongful intent; ~ obvious intent; ~ aforethought/with premeditated design.
deliberately; intentionally; purposely.
infliction; ~ infliction of a bodily injury; ~ infliction of damage.
1. () employer, hirer; 2. (, ) lessee; hirer; renter; tenant.
1. ( ) to employ; to hire; 2. ( ) to rent; to tenant; 3. ( ) to charter; to freight.
to inflict; ~ to cause harm; ~ to insult; ~ to damage.
to attack; to assail; to assault.
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attack; assailing; assault; ~ sudden (surprise) assault (attack); ~ armed attack; ~ assault in concert; ~ holdup; ~ to commit an assault; ~ assailed; attacked.
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direction, line, course; () tendency, trend; ~ () business priority.
(, ) to direct; to refer; ~ to refer a case to the court; ~ ( ) to direct an appeal (to the court).
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tension; ~ international tension; ~ relaxation of international tension; ~ escalation of international tension.
to give directions; ~ to charge the jury.
drug trafficking, drug business.
drug dealer; drug trafficker.
drug addict; drug fiend.
drug abuse, drug habit.
narcomafia.
drug; narcotic; ~ illegal drug; ~ authorized drug; ~ hard drug; ~ drug pushing/sale.
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people's; popular; national; ~oe national economy.
handcuffs; manacles; ~ to manacle.
( , ) to break, to make default, to violate, to infringe; ~ to break a contract; ~ to break a law; ~ to infringe the rules of international law; ~ to break one's obligation; ~ to violate human rights; ~ to infringe/to violate a nation's sovereignty; ~ to violate intentionally/wilfully.
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() breach; violation; infringement; dereliction; () offence; ~ infringement of copyright; ~ excise violation; ~ currency offence; ~ trespass; ~ breach of military duty; ~ breach of warranty; ~ violation of a border; ~ infringement of current legislation; ~ monetary disorder; ~ breach of confidence; ~ breach of a contract/contractual default; ~ dereliction of duty; ~ violation of a law; ~ violation of legislation; ~ violation of a constitution; ~ breach of international law; ~ infringement of tax legislation; ~ breach of a commitment; ~ infringement of a patent; ~ traffic infringement/violation of traffic safety rules; ~ violation of human rights; ~ violation of privacy; ~ breach of justice; ~ breach of order; ~ family disturbance; ~ misconduct in office; ~ violation of an agreement; ~ violation of delivery time; ~ infringement/violation of a nation's sovereignty; ~ violation of a secrecy of correspondence; ~ violation of insurance confidence; ~ violation of the customs law; ~ infringement of a trademark; ~ breach of requirements for quality of goods; ~ breach of labour discipline; ~ administrative offence; ~ committed violation; ~ tax violation; ~ intended violation; ~ repeated violations; ~ premeditated infringement; ~ intended infringement; ~ severable breach/partial infringement; ~ financial fraud.
violator, infringer, breaker, disturber; infractor; offender; ~ violator of a copyright; ~ trespasser; ~ frontier intruder; ~ violator of discipline; ~ law-breaker/transgressor of laws; ~ infringer of a patent; ~ traffic offender; ~ oath-breaker; ~ breaker of labour discipline; ~ breaker of the peace.
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force; violence; () coercion; duress; ~ personal violence; ~ violence against a person; ~ legal violence; ~ illegal violence; ~ lawful violence; ~ direct violence; ~ to resort to force; ~ to apply physical violence; ~ to commit an act of violence/ () to outrage; ~ act of violence; , ~ transaction made under the influence of violence.
rapist.
t rape; to outrage.
violently; by force; forcibly.
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forcible; violent; ~oe forcible possession.
heritage; legacy.
heir; () successor, assign, assignee; () descendant; ~ (no ) legatary/legatee; ~ (no ) devisee; ~ collateral heir; ~ conventional heir; ~ heir at law/legal heir; ~ lawful heir; ~ lineal heir; ~ legitimate heir; ~ presumptive heir; ~ heir apparent/heir of the blood.
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inheritance, heirloom; succession; descent; ~ several inheritance; ~ collateral descent; ~ testamentary succession; ~ legal succession; ~ o immediate descent; ~ natural succession; ~ intestate succession; ~ ( ) coparceny; ~ order of succession; ~ heirship; ~ by way of legal succession.
to inherit; to succeed; ~ o to inherit by a will; ~ to inherit by descent.
legator; testator.
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hereditary; heritable; ~oe inheritance law/law of succession.
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heritage, inheritance, heirloom; ~, residue; ~ vacant succession; ~a to disinherit; ~y to bequeath a legacy; ~y to inherit; ~ to administer upon a will; ~y hereditably.
( ) to become due.
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() maturity; ( . .) attachment; ~ occurrence of the time for performance of obligations; ~ occurrence of the insured event; ~ before maturity; ~ at maturity; ~ at maturity.
naturalization.
naturalized.
to naturalize.
extra charge; markup; ~ markup; ~ insurance margin; ~ trade margin; ~ transportation margin.
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nationalization; ~ nationalization of an industry.
to nationalize.
nationality.
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national; ~ nationalities policy; ~ nationality; ~oe national wealth; ~oe national minority; ~ national waters; ~ national interests; ~ national sovereignty.
nation.
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beginning, start, commencement, inception; ~ inception of insurance; ~ax on a voluntary basis; ~ax on a parity basis.
chief; head; boss; superior.
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charge; () calculation, computation; ~ charge of a penalty on an amount; ~ calculation of interest; ~ tax accruals.
to charge; () to calculate, to compute.
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carelessness, fault, inadvertence; neglect, negligence; recklessness; ~, actionable negligence; ~ contributory negligence; ~ imputed negligence; ~ neglect of official duty; ~ criminal negligence; ~ to commit gross negligence; ~ to be liable in tort for negligence; - ~ tort of negligence.
ignorance; lack of knowledge.
1. ( ) daughter-in-law; 2. ( ) sister-in-law.
outstanding, uncollected.
innocence, guiltlessness; ~ to prove one's innocence; - ~ to adjudge not guilty.
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guiltless; innocent; ~ innocent party; ~ innocent in law; ~ innocent in fact; - ~ to adjudge not guilty.
insanity; lunacy; madness; unsoundness of mind; ~ temporary insanity; ~ evidenced insanity; ~ alleged insanity; ~ to determine insanity.
insane; lunatic; mad.
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non-interference; non-intervention; ~a principle of non-interference in the internal affairs of other states.
default; ~ credit default.
uncompensability; irreparableness.
uncompensable; irreparable; ~ to cause an irreparable damage.
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uncompensated; unredressed.
() impossibility; ~ absolute impossibility of performance; ~ impossibility of performance of the contract in fact; ~ legal impossibility of performance.
unclaimed, uncalled; unreclaimed.
non-payment; ~ arrears of wages; ~ non-payment of interest.
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unpaid; outstanding; undischarged; () unextinguished; unsettled.
non-compliance, failure to perform, non-fulfilment, non-execution, default; ~ non-execution of a contract; ~ non-performance of an order; ~ non-compliance with the lawful order of the court; ~ failure to perform obligations/failure in duties; ~ non-compliance with an obligation; ~ non-fulfilment of a decision; ~ non-fulfilment of an agreement.
unguaranteed; unsecured; unwarranted.
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negotiation; ~ to effect negotiation/to negotiate.
inhumanity.
inhumane.
undated.
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immovables; real estate; immovable property, realty; tenement; ~, fee simple; ~ vacant possession; ~ state property; ~ devise; ~ pledged assets; ~ tenure; ~ letter of hypothecation; ~ transfer of the right of ownership to immovable property; ~ transfer of immovable property; ~ right of ownership to immovable property.
disability, legal incapacity; ~ mental disability; ~ civil incapacity.
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legally incapable, disqualified, incompetent, disable; ~ to be incompetent to contract; ~ to disable/to incapacitate; - ~ declaration of smb to be incompetent; ~ judgement of a court declaring a citizen to be incompetent.
(, , ) invalidity; nullity; ~ invalidity of an agreement; ~ invalidity of a credit agreement; ~ invalidity of an obligation; ~ invalidity of a trademark.
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( ) invalid, ineffective, void, null; ~ void marriage; ~ void contract; ~ invalid; ~ to invalidate/to nullify; ~ to declare null and void.
bad quality, unsoundness.
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dishonest; unfair; unscrupulous.
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distrust; mistrust; ~ vote of no confidence.
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arrears; ~ tax arrears; ~ arrears of compulsory payments; ~ to collect arrears; ~ to pay off arrears.
defaulter.
failure of evidence; ~ failure of a title; ~ not proved.
unproved; unproven.
short shipment.
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short delivery; incomplete delivery; underdelivery; ~ shortage in the supply of goods; ~y penalty for the shortage of goods.
impermissibility, inadmissibility; () illegality; ~ cause-of-action estoppel.
() impermissible; ( ) inadmissible; () illegal, illicit; ~ inadmissible evidence; ~oe impermissible punishment.
oversight.
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1. (, ) deficiency; lack; deficit; shortage; 2. (, ) fault; defect; () infirmity; ~, defects discovered during the guarantee period; ~ inherent defect; ~ design (structural) defect; ~ defect that cannot be eliminated; ~, discovered defect; ~ hidden/latent defect; ~ obvious defect; ~ correction of defects; ~ correction of defects.
insufficiency; scarcity; shortage; deficiency; () inadequacy; ~ shortage of evidence; ~ insufficiency of property.
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shortage; deficiency; ~ shortage of cargo; ~ shortage of property; ~ shortage of goods; ~ declared shortage; ~e statement of shortage; ~ to make up for shortage.
unreliable; unauthentic; uncertain.
uncertified; unverified; unattested.
non-completion; ~ non-completion of work.
undevised.
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independence; ~ independence of judges; ~ to declare independence.
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independent; ~ independent policy.
illegally; illegitimately; lawlessly; wrongfully; ~ illegally obtained property.
illegality, unlawfulness, illegitimacy.
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illegal; illicit; unlawful; ~ illegal strike; ~ legal malpractice; ~ illegal trade; ~oe unlawful invasion of privacy; ~oe illegal action; ~oe unlawful detention; ~oe unlawful assembly; ~oe unlawful custody; ~oe illicit cohabitation; ~oe unlawful dismissal; ~ illegal currency exchange; ~ drug-trafficking; ~ by illegal means.
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unpatented.
unregistered; unrecorded.
unattested; uncertified; unverified; unwitnessed.
uninsured.
unchartered.
ignorance; ~ voluntary ignorance; ~ innocent ignorance; ~ to plead ignorance of law.
unendorsed.
unincorporated.
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() default, non-fulfilment, non-execution; non-performance; non-observance; ~ failure to implement a budget; ~ default; ~ failure to perform of a contract; ~ failure to observe a law; ~ non-fulfilment of an obligation; ~ default on one's commitments; ~ wilful default; ~ on default.
( . .) unexecuted; unperformed.
() non-use.
incorrigible.
fault, failure; ~ failure in duties.
uncalled; unclaimed; unreclaimed.
neutrality; ~ armed neutrality; ~ to maintain neutrality.
neutral.
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unqualified; unskilled.
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non-commercial; ~ non-commercial organization.
incompetence.
incompetent; unqualified.
inconvertibility.
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inconvertible, non-convertible, soft; ~ inconvertible/soft currency.
substandard, non-standard.
unconstitutionality.
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unconstitutional; ~ to hold unconstitutional.
uncontrollable.
insolvency.
insolvent, not creditworthy.
unlegalized, uncertified.
illegal.
unmarketable products; non-liquid assets.
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non-material; ~ intangible thing/thing incorporeal; ~ non-material values.
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unreliability; ~ unreliability of evidence.
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unreliable; untrustworthy.
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improper; inappropriate; ~ee improper execution.
unpunishability.
unpunishable.
accidentally; unintentionally; inadvertently.
accidental; unintentional; inadvertent.
unheritable.
unnaturalized.
unprovided; unsecured.
unpromulgated.
non-negotiable.
groundlessness; unsoundness.
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groundless; unsound; untenable; ~oe groundless accusation.
() unencumbered; free and clear; uncharged.
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necessity, need, want; requirement; ~ exigency of war; ~ commercial necessity; ~ objective necessity; ~ economic necessity; ~ for reasons of necessity; ~ in case of need.
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indispensable; necessary; ~oe indispensable evidence.
non-obligatory; optional.
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unlimited; unrestricted; ~ unlimited liability.
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~ repeated crime.
non-payment; failure to pay.
active; unextinguished; outstanding; undischarged; unpaid; unredeemed; unsettled; ~ unpaid goods; ~ unpaid cheque.
unidentified.
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conclusive; incontrovertible; irrefutable; ~oe conclusive evidence.
() unprotested.
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incontestable, undisputed, indisputable, unchallengeable; irrefutable; ~oe conclusive evidence.
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() negligence, carelessness; imprudence; ~ gross carelessness/reckless act; ~ criminal/culpable negligence; ~ by negligence.
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() negligent; careless; imprudent; incautious; ~oe careless driving.
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uncondemned; unconvicted.
imminence; inevitability; ~ inevitability of the punishment.
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pressing; urgent; ~ first aid.
( ..) unrevoked.
inalienability.
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inalienable; ~e inalienable rights and freedoms of man.
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inalienable; inherent; ~oe inalienable/inherent right.
informal, unofficial.
non-patentable; unpatentable.
non-payment; default; failure to pay; default in payment; ~ default on budgetary payments; ~a reason for non-payment; ~a in default of payment.
insolvency, bankruptcy; inability to pay; ~ insolvency of partners.
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insolvent; bankrupt; unsound; ~ to declare bankrupt.
defaulter; ~ tax-evader/tax defaulter.
disobedience; insubordination; ~ civil disobedience.
non-payment; ~ failure to redeem bonds.
() unextinguished; undischarged; unpaid; unredeemed; unsettled.
incorruptibility.
incorrupt; incorruptible.
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immunity from jurisdiction; ~ challenge of jurisdiction.
immune from the jurisdiction.
insubordination; () contumacy.
failure to cover; ~ failure to cover financial obligations.
deficiency; ~ deficiency of intellect/imbecility.
defective; imbecile.
() irreparable.
non-delivery, failure to deliver.
faulty; incorrect; wrong; mistaken.
illegally; unlawfully; wrongfully; ~ misappropriated.
illegality, wrongfulness, unlawfulness; ~ illegality of actions.
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illegal, unlawful, wrongful; ~oe misappropriation; ~oe wrongful dismissal; ~ judicial misconduct.
incompetence; ineligibility; ~ civil incapacity.
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incompetent, without legal authority, ineligible; unauthorized; ~oe unauthorized use.
disability, incapacity, incompetence; ~ civil incapacity.
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disabled, incapable, incompetent; ~ temporarily incompetent; ~ to disable/to incapacitate.
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illegal; unjust; ~oe miscarriage of justice.
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uncontemplated; unforeseen; ~ extraordinary expenses.
failure to provide; ~ failure to provide documentation.
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unavoidable; ~ unavoidable circumstances.
failure to submit; ~ failure to submit income tax return.
unintended; unintentional; unpurposed.
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() unprovided.
failure to present, non-presentment; ~ non-claim.
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insurmountable; irresistible; ~ force majeure/act of God.
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( . .) unfranchised; unprivileged.
unsuitability; ( ) incapacity.
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() immunity; () inviolability; () integrity; ~ inviolability of residence; ~ inviolability of property; ~ personal privacy; ~ inviolability of the person; ~ immunity of office; ~ inviolability of ownership; ~ inviolability of private life; ~ diplomatic immunity; ~ personal inviolability; ~ parliamentary immunity; ~ territorial integrity; ~ deprivation of parliamentary immunity; ~ to enjoy parliamentary immunity.
non-application; non-use.
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non-alignment; ~ policy of non-alignment.
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non-aligned; ~ non-aligned countries.
indecency; obscenity.
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indecent; obscene; ~ obscene language; ~oe indecent conduct.
inequality.
unequal; inequitable.
unequal.
non-disclosure.
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undetected; undisclosed; ~ undetected crime.
uninvestigated.
indissoluble.
unratified; ~ unratified treaty.
unregulated.
unprofitability.
unprofitable, unremunerative.
inviolability; ~ inviolability of borders.
unauthorized, unapproved.
imbalance, unbalance; ~ imbalance in external payments; ~ economic disequilibrium.
irremovability from office; ~ irremovability of judges.
irremovable.
non-observance, non-observing; non-compliance with; non-conformity; omission to observe; () infringement, violation; ~ non-compliance with a statute; ~ non-compliance with obligations; ~ infringement of rules; ~ non-observance of the date; ~ failure to observe the requirements; ~ non-observance of conditions of the contract; ~ non-observance of formalities.
incompatibility; incongruity; inconsistency.
incompatible, incongruous, inconsistent; ~ incompatible with the norms of international law.
disagreement, non-consent; ~ to indicate one's disagreement.
non-coordination, non-compliance.
inadequacy; non-conformity; incompatibility, inconsistency; ~ non-fillfilment of specific requirements; ~ non-conformity to the contract.
disparity.
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inconsistency; untenability; insolvency, failure, bankruptcy; ~ insolvency of a debtor; ~ insolvency of a legal person; ~ bankruptcy; ~ bankruptcy petition; ~ bankruptcy law; ~ adjudication in bankruptcy. /
insolvent, bankrupt; ~ insolvent; ~ to file a bill of bankruptcy; ~ to declare bankrupt.
unfair; unjust; ~ unjust sentence.
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unprovoked.
instability; ~ economic instability.
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drunkcn; ~ drunken driving.
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disability, incapacity to work, invalidity; ~, a pensionable disability; ~ temporary inability to work; ~ permanent incapacity; ~ partial invalidity; ~ disability pension; ~ disability insurance.
disabled; invalid.
disrespect; ~ contempt of court.
unlegalized; illegitimate.
non-payment; default of payment; failure to pay; ~ default on debts; ~ non-payment of taxes; ~ default in paying a fine.
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unsettled; unregulated; ~e unregulated differences.
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() forfeit; penalty, fine; ( ) damages; ~ penalty for non-performance of an obligation; ~ penalty for late delivery; ~ heavy penalty; ~ contractual penalty; ~ statutory penalty; ~ fiscal penalty; ~ penal damages; ~y to pay a fine; ~y to inflict a penalty; ~ recovery of a contractual sanction; ~ payment of a penalty; ~ amount of a penalty; ~e award about a penalty; ~ agreement on a penalty.
instability; ~ instability of the legislative base; ~ economic instability.
shortage, deficit, insufficiency; ~ cash shortage; ~ labour shortage; ~ fuel shortage; ~ energy shortage.
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absence; ( ) non-attendance; ~ absence from court; ~ default at a trial; ~ judgement by default.
inferior; lower.
() invalidity; ~ invalidity of a contract.
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() null and void, void; ~ void transaction; ~ to declare void.
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revival; () novation; ~ revival of an agreement; ~ to novate.
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norm, standard; rule; ~ civil standards; ~ norms of civil law; ~ rules of international law; ~, regulation enforceable in court; - ~ administrative rule; ~ operative rule; ~ disciplinary standards; ~ legislative rule; ~ prohibitive rule; ~ imperative norm; ~ conflict rule; ~ legal norms; ~ rules of court; ~ to lay down legal rules; operation of norms of civil law; violation of norms.
normalization, standardization.
norm, normative, standard; ~ to lay down standards.
normative, standard; ~ normative act.
rationing; regulation.
note; ~ diplomatic note.
notarially; ~ attested and certified by a notary/authenticated by a notary; ~ to attest notarially.
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notarial; ~ notarially certified copy; ~ notarial office; ~oe notarial attestation/notarization; ~ notarial authentication; ~ authentication of a signature by a notary; ~ notarial charges; ~ notarial act.
state notary's office; notariate.
notary; notary public; ~ conveyancer; ~ public notary/notary public; ~ private notary; ~a notarial seal; ~ to confirm by a notary/to notarize.
morality; virtue.
needs, demands; for state and municipal needs.






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