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5 This article does not address the question of whether mutual recognition in a regional trade agreement falls within the gaTT Article XXIV exemption, although leading scientists believe that most of these recognition agreements are not covered by the exception. See General Trachtman, Joel P., `Toward Open Recognition? Standardization and regional integration in accordance with GATT Article XXIV, 6 Journal…Read More
1. The following sentence is an example of which English main sentence? The baby has the ball to his father`s innkeeper. A. Subject – Word of Action – Direct Object B. Pronoun – subject – Questionable word (C. Subject – action verb – Your friends are right. The theme “ni. . . . again. . is singular and must have the…Read More
The very irregular verb is the only verb with more coherence than this one in the contemporary form. Also keep in mind the agreement that has been shown to be also in the subjunctive mind. The chord is a phenomenon in the natural language, in which the form of a word or morphems covariate with the form of another word…Read More