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Englisch - Türkisch
lex talionis kısas usulü
Lat kanun
misli ile mukabele usul
lex scripta yazılı hukuk
mevzu hukuk
(Latin) kanun
(Kanun,Latin) kural
(Latin) yasa
Lex posterior derogat legi priori
(Kanun) Sonraki kanun önceki kanunları ilga eder
lex imperfecta
(Kanun) Bir hükmün müeyyidesiz olduğunu yâni yaptırımı olmadığını anlatan hukukî ifade
lex loci arbitri
lex lokusları arbitri
lex loci protectionis
(Kanun) Koruma ülkesi hukuku
lex mercatoria
(Kanun) Uluslararası ticari sözleşmelere uygulanan genel prensipler, maddi hükümler ve ticari adetler bütünü
lex posterior derogat priori
(Kanun) "Sonraki kanun önceki kanunu yürürlükten kaldırır." kuralı
lex posterior derogat priori
(Kanun) Uluslararası bir uyuşmazlıkla ilgili eşit derecede iki kaynak söz konusu olduğunda özel genel hüküm çatışması yok ise sonraki hüküm önceki hükmü ilga eder,hükümsüz kılar kuralı geçerli olacak hakim bu yönde karar verecektir
Englisch - Englisch
A pet form of the male given name Alexander
To perform lexical analysis; to convert a character stream to a token stream as a preliminary to parsing

Lexing and parsing do not have to be separated, and there are often convenient .NET methods for extracting information from text in particular formats.

A program generator for lexical analysis of text
This is the traditional lexical scanner generator available on Unix See Also: yacc
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; lex mercatoria, the law or custom of merchants
Local Exchange
A program (originally developed under Unix) involved in lexical analysis -- specifically, a program for generating lexical analyzers
leading edge extension
{i} law (Latin)
To lexically analyze a computer programs source code, prior to parsing it
lex dubia non obligat
A doubtful law is not binding
lex talionis
law of equivalent retaliation
Lex posterior derogat legi priori
(Kanun) New laws are given preference when the might contradict
lex arbitri
(Kanun) See: lex loci arbitri
lex loci
(Kanun) (Law of the place) The law of the country in which a transaction is performed, a tort is committed, or a property is situated
lex loci arbitri
(Kanun) The lex loci arbitri is the Latin term for "law of the place where arbitration is to take place" in the Conflict of Laws. Conflict is the branch of public law regulating all lawsuits involving a "foreign" law element where a difference in result will occur depending on which laws are applied
lex mercatoria
(Kanun) Lex mercatoria (from the Latin for "merchant law") is the body of commercial law used by merchants throughout Europe during the medieval period. It evolved similar to English common law as a system of custom and best practice, which was enforced through a system of merchant courts along the main trade routes. It functioned as the international law of commerce. It emphasised contractual freedom, alienability of property, while shunning legal technicalities and deciding cases ex aequo et bono. A distinct feature was the reliance by merchants on a legal system developed and administered by them. States or local authorities seldom interfered, and did not interfere a lot in internal domestic trade. Under lex mercatoria, trade flourished and states took in large amounts of taxation
lex mitior
(Kanun) "If the law relevant to the offence of the accused has been amended, the less severe law should be applied."; "In the event of a change in the law applicable to a given case prior to a final judgement, the law more favorable to the person being investigated, prosecuted or convicted shall be applied." (The definition in Article 24 (2) of the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court)
Lex Luthor
{i} villain from the comic series "Superman
lex ferenda
ideal court that provides a just response to all types of trials (Law)
lex loci
law that is in effect in a specific geographical location, local law
lex situs
law that is in effect in a specific geographical location, local law
lex talionis
(Law) law of retaliation, law of equal and direct retribution retaliating in kind for crimes committed
de minimis non curat lex
Literally, the law does not concern itself with trifles; expression of the rule that the law will not remedy an injury that is minimal

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    /ˈleks/ /ˈlɛks/


    [ 'leks ] (noun.) circa 1775. From lexical analysis, from lexical

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