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Law Of Bhutan - Public Law - Citizenship and Immigration Law
... jus sanguinis law, meaning it is transmitted by parentage as opposed to place of birth, and requires that both parents be Bhutanese ... The law also requires continuous registration in local registers ... Naturalization requires cultural familiarity and assimilation and allegiance to the Druk Gyalpo ...
Moo Mapper - Features
... It requires a fair amount of computer memory (RAM) to fully display all of the game's map - Grand Theft Auto Vice City's Vice City requires 30 to 180 megabytes of RAM, and Grand Theft Auto ...
Catholic Doctrine Regarding The Ten Commandments - Fourth Commandment - Jesus' Expansion
... commandment's responsibilities extend to the greater society and requires respect for "legitimate social authorities" ... "An obligation to be vigilant and critical", which requires citizens to criticize that which harms human dignity and the community ... or society" it is the "greatest social commandment" and requires people to love God and neighbor ...
Logic Built-in Self-test - Disadvantages
... LBIST that requires additional circuitry (or read-only memory) increases the cost of the integrated circuit ... LBIST that only requires temporary changes to programmable logic or rewritable memory avoids this extra cost, but requires more time to first program in the BIST and then ...
Lis (linear Algebra Library) - System Requirements
... The installation of Lis requires a C compiler ... The Fortran interface requires a Fortran compiler, and the algebraic multigrid preconditioner requires a Fortran 90 compiler ...

Famous quotes containing the word requires:

    It requires more than a day’s devotion to know and to possess the wealth of a day.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    The fact is, that civilisation requires slaves.... Human slavery is wrong, insecure, and demoralising. On mechanical slavery, on the slavery of the machine, the future of the world depends.
    Oscar Wilde (1854–1900)

    True balance requires assigning realistic performance expectations to each of our roles. True balance requires us to acknowledge that our performance in some areas is more important than in others. True balance demands that we determine what accomplishments give us honest satisfaction as well as what failures cause us intolerable grief.
    Melinda M. Marshall (20th century)