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'Since Time Immemorial': A Story of Common Law Jurisdiction, Native Title and the Case of Tanistry
In the 10 th anniversary year of the decision in Mabo, this article offers one possible account of the relationship between native title and the common law The article provides a description of thisExpand
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Conduct of Laws: Native Title, Responsibility, and Some Limits of Jurisdictional Thinking
It is now twenty years since the High Court of Australia designated 'native title' as the site of engagement of Australian common law and jurisprudence with Indigenous law and jurisprudence in Mabo vExpand
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The decay of (194)Au to levels in (194)Pt.
  • S. Dorsett, K. Krane
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Applied radiation and isotopes : including data…
  • 1 September 2015
High-resolution gamma-ray spectroscopy measurements of the energies and intensities of the γ rays emitted in the decay of (194)Au (produced following the decay of 447-y (194)Hg) have been made withExpand
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Neutron capture cross sections of 194Hg and the decays of 195Hg.
  • S. Dorsett, K. Krane
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Applied radiation and isotopes : including data…
  • 1 February 2015
The thermal cross section and resonance integral have been determined for radiative neutron capture by radioactive (194)Hg by observing the γ rays emitted in the decay of (195)Hg. Captures leading toExpand
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How Do Things Get Started? Legal Transplants and Domestication: An Example from Colonial New Zealand
‘Unearthing’ is a problematic task for historians. To some extent it assumes continuity between the past and the present, and that matters identified by whatever means as ‘traditions’ in the presentExpand
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Comparing Apples and Oranges: The Fiduciary Principle in Australia and Canada after Breen v Williams
extract] Until the recent High Court decision in Breen v Williams, it has been difficult to determine the extent of the schism between the two Jurisdictions. That decision has, however, confirmedExpand
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Law and politics in British colonial thought: Transpositions of empire
PART I: EUROPEAN LAW AND GLOBAL JUSTICE Global Justice and Regional Metaphysics: On the Critical History of the Law of Nature and Nations I.Hunter Justice and Imperialism: On the Very Idea of aExpand
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