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Lex

[dog] Lex (1999 – March 25, 2012) was the first active duty, fully fit military working dog to be granted early retirement in order to be adopted. Working for his United States Marine Corps handler Corporal Dustin J. Lee in the Iraq War, he was wounded in an attack that killed Lee, and subsequently awarded an honorary Purple Heart. ==Mili...
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Lex

Lex (lĕks) noun ; plural Leges (lē'jēz). [ Latin See Legal .] Law; as, lex talionis , the law of retaliation; lex terræ , the law of the land; lex fori , the law of the forum or court; lex loci , the law of the place; l...
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Lex

• (n.) Law; as, lex talionis, the law of retaliation; lex terrae, the law of the land; lex fori, the law of the forum or court; lex loci, the law of the place; lex mercatoria, the law or custom of merchants.
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lex

(from the article `Roman law`) There were various types of written law, the first of which consisted of leges (singular lex), or enactments of one of the assemblies of the whole ...
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lex

lex 1. In medieval jurisprudence, a body or collection of various laws peculiar to a given nation or people; not a code in the modern sense, but an aggregation or collection of laws not codified or systematized. 2. In modern American and British jurisprudence, a system or body of laws, written or unwritten, or so much thereof as may be applicable t...
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Lex

[canon law] Lex is Latin for one sense of the English term, law. In the Canon Law of the Catholic Church, lex refers to law which has been formulated in written form and promulgated by competent authority. While this is the usual sense of `law` in modern legal systems, the legal system of the Catholic Church includes another form of law, iu...
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LEX

[cipher] LEX is a stream cipher based on the round transformation of AES. LEX provides the same key agility and short message block performance as AES while handling longer messages faster than AES. In addition, it has the same hardware and software flexibility as AES, and hardware implementations of LEX can share resources with AES impleme...
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Lex

[URN] lex is a type of Uniform Resource Name (URN), that allows accurate identification of laws and other legal norms. Brazil and Italy (Civil law countries) already do an official use of the URN LEX standard draft v0.6, as a namespace for sources of law. == Syntax == The identifier has a hierarchical structure as follows: where NSS is the ...
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Lex

Lex is an English name for boys. The meaning is `protector of the people` The name Lex is most commonly given to Flemish boys. (49 times more often than to American boys.) It is short for: Alexander What do they use in other countries? Alexis (Greek) Sasha (Russian) Alix (English) Senna Sandy (English) Sacha (French) Alexi Sascha (German) Senne (Du...
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