In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1de jurede iurede derecho
- Now it has to be done de jure (by law), so it can become official.
- What is also forgotten in all of this is how fragile the de jure standards have been in the past.
- For example, in everyday discourse, when one speaks of a corporation or a government, the understood meaning is a de jure corporation or a de jure government.
- A government de jure, but not de facto, is one deemed lawful, which has been supplanted; a government de jure and also de facto is one deemed lawful, which is present or established.
- De facto theories give the meaning of a word in terms of how it is actually used; de jure theories give it in terms of how it should be used, claiming that actual usage may be incorrect.
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