More serious cases come within the purview of the an-sat, a judicial auxiliary of the governor.
4 Taking his labours as a whole, there cannot be a doubt that he enormously enlarged the purview of naturalists, and, even if limited to birds, that, on the completion of his work upon them in 1783, ornithology stood in a very different position from that which it had before occupied.
The island is treated as an outlying territory; it has not been brought within the full purview of the Japanese constitution.
The Hawaiian Islands came within the purview of George Vancouver, following the course of Cook in 1791.
He was also appointed on a Royal Commission to inquire into Irish university education, including Trinity College, an institution which had been excluded from the purview of former commissions.
What happened was outside of Gabe's official purview.
If the cemetery is private or part of a church, the records may be under the purview of a caretaker or in the church records.
purview of science.
The epistemological problem as such was out of the purview.
Neither sacraments nor organization come within his purview.
purview of physical laws.
purview of the post as delegated by the Head Teacher or nominee.
purview of larger organizations.
purview of one nation 's judiciary ' .
purview of the local authority on spectator safety.
It will also have exclusive purview over the detention and repatriation of those guilty of human smuggling.
Debates about citizenship and education are not the sole purview of academics.
In another view, such territory is foreign only in the sense that it is not within the purview of the majority of statutes (see Hall's International Law, 6th ed., 126, Heilborn, 535; Tupper's Indian Protectorates, 336; Laband, 2, § 70).
The ecclesiastical laws of the latter are, like the rules of a private society or club, the concern of the members of the church only, and come under the purview of the state only in so far as they come in conflict with the secular law (e.g.
Pinker thinks there is no ' ghost in the machine ' outside of the purview of physical laws.
Any other tasks within the purview of the post as delegated by the Head Teacher or nominee.
Science can shed light on the issues involved, but good and evil are not within the purview of science.
This is perhaps a reflection of a 'master storyline ' that assumes international standard-setting activities are almost solely the purview of larger organizations.
Indeed this case implicates issues of policy, politics and culture that go beyond the purview of one nation 's judiciary '.
These terms of reference should encompass all matters falling within the purview of the local authority on spectator safety.
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