|from a jurisdictional standpoint, within jurisdiction||jurisdictionally|
|A bond that is (1) underwritten by an international syndicate, (2) issued simultaneously to investors in a number of countries, and (3) issued outside the jurisdiction of any single country., international bond||Eurobond|
|able to do anything; having endless ability; qualified to do anything, widely competent, with full jurisdiction||omnicompetent|
|administrative body, holder of power, justification, legitimate power, obvious knowledge and experience, power given to somebody, control, jurisdiction, quality that is respected, right to command, source of precedent or principle, source of reliable i...||authority|
|area defended by team, area of country with separate government, area that animal considers its own, area under the jurisdiction of a state; region, district, zone, domain, district that agent covers, field of inquiry, governed geographic area, land||territory|
|area ruled by sheik, shaikhdom, sheikhdom, territory ruled by a sheik, jurisdiction of an Arab tribal leader (also sheikhdom)||sheikdom|
|arrangement of parts, assume stance, attitude, body position, carriage, cultivated position, deceptive stance, make a posture, pose conveying attitude, set in a particular position; stand in a particular position; pretend, feign, viewpoint, standpoint;...||posture|
|association of gangsters, business that sells news materials, come together as syndicate, control something as syndicate, council or jurisdiction of civil magistrate, form a syndicate; sell photographs or other material to a number of different newspap...||syndicate|
|based on fact, from a factual standpoint||factually|
|beyond jurisdiction, coming from outside, dealing with another country, irrelevant, of another country, strange, unfamiliar; not belonging; not connected; from or of another place; pertaining to dealings with another country, uncharacteristic||foreign|
|bishops, diocese, episcopacy, office or position of bishop, position of a bishop; area over which a bishop has jurisdiction||episcopate|
|by means of statistics, from a statistical standpoint||statistically|
|civil officer who has the authority to administrate the law; minor judicial officer who has limited jurisdiction in criminal cases (i.e. justice of the peace), local law officer, lower court judge||magistrate|
|contract, course of action, course or method of action, guidelines; position, standpoint; insurance contract, numbers game, prudence||policy|
|count with regional jurisdiction, medieval German count with jurisdiction over a large area of land; title of certain German princes, title of some German princes||landgrave|
|deal with something from philosophical standpoint, discuss nature of reality, explain or moralize in superficial way, think or reason like a philosopher, express truisms, rationalize, intellectualize||philosophize|
|deportation of a foreigner from a country (esp. a foreign diplomat), referring of disputes to another jurisdiction||renvoi|
|extraterritorial, outside the territorial limits of jurisdiction||exterritorial|
|flying space, space above territory, space which contains air, space through which air passes; region of atmosphere situated above a country and coming under its jurisdiction; area of space filled by an aircraft (also air space)||airspace|
|from a biochemical standpoint (pertaining to the study of chemical processes in organisms)||biochemically|
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