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-Monedero M.A., 2014. Biochar’s role in mitigating soil nitrous oxide emissions: A review and meta-analysis. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 191: 5–16. Chan K., Van Zwieten B., Meszaros I., Downie A., Joseph S., 2007. Agronomic values of greenwaste biochar as a soil amendment. Australian Journal of Soil Research 45: 629–634. Cheng C., Lehmann J., Thies J., Burton S., Engelhard M., 2006. Oxidation of black carbon by biotic and abiotic processes. Organic Geochemistry 37(11): 1477–1488. Chintala R., Schumacher T., McDonald L., Clay D., Malo D., Papiernik S., Clay S

I Lying and the First Amendment The first amendment to the United States’ Constitution may sweepingly proclaim that “Congress shall make no law . . . abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press,” U.S. Const., amend. I. but it has never been read by the Supreme Court to ban all restrictions on all speech, and the argument has been made, pointing at perjury, E.g., 18 U.S.C.A. § 1621. fraud, E.g., 18 U.S.C.A. § 341. and false advertising, E.g., 15 U.S.C.A. § 1125. that it does not protect lying. Lies, that is deliberate falsehoods spoken with the

References [1] Taiwan Shilin District Prosecutors Office Press Release of Requesting the Hong Kong Government to Send the Suspect to Taiwan for the Murder of Poon Hiu-wing, 2 April 2019, [2] Pamphlet on proposed amendments of Fugitive Offenders Ordinance & Mutual Legal Assistance in Criminal Matters Ordinance, Security Bureau of the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, [3] The Social Disputes of Amendments

[1] Abawi, G. S., Widmer, T. L. (2000): Impact of soil health management practices on soilborne pathogens, nematodes and root diseases of vegetable crops. Appl. Soil. Ecol. 15: 37–47 [2] Akthar, M. (1999): Plant growth and nematode dynamics in response to soil amendments with neem products, urea and compost. Biores. Technol. 69, 181–183 [3] Akthar, M., Alam, M. M. (1993): Utilization of waste materials in nematode control. A review. Biores. Technol. 45, 1–7 http

PROBLEMATICAL ASPECTS OF CURRENT LEGAL REGULATION OF APPELLATE REVIEW AND THEIR SOLUTION IN SUGGESTED AMENDMENT OF CZECH CIVIL PROCEDURE CODE1 Klára Hamuľáková & Jana Křiváčková Faculty of Law, Palacký University Olomouc, Czech Republic email: HAMUĽÁKOVÁ, Klára, KŘIVÁČKOVÁ, Jana. Problematical Aspects of Current Legal Regulation of Appellate Review and Th eir Solution in Suggested Amend- ment of Czech Civil Procedure Code. International and Comparative Law Review, 2011, Vol. 11., No. 1, pp. 33–43. DOI: 10.1515/iclr-2016

References Burnham, W. (2006). Introduction to the Law and Legal System of the United States. Thomson West. Card, R.L. (2009). An opinion without standards: The Supreme Court’s refusal to adopt a standard of constitutional review in District of Columbia v. Heller will likely cause headaches for future judicial review of gun-control regula- tions, 23 BYU J. Pub. L. 259. Chemerinsky E. (2000). A Jurisprudence of Justice Scalia: A Critical Appraisal, 22 U. Haw. L. Rev. 385. Constitution Facts:


Plastic pots were inserted beneath seedlings of a shallow-rooted C4 grass species, Ischaemum indicum, with and without a root-impenetrable nylon sachet filled with organic matter (OM) amendment, at seven stations along an interrupted belt transect in which plant community and soil chemistry had been previously surveyed. The transect was perpendicular to mean high-water mark (MH-WM) across a primary coastal dune system in Goa, India, where summer monsoon is the predominant weather feature. The Quadrat survey of plant frequency was made in stations when the above-ground biomass was estimated to be highest. Arbuscular mycorrhiza fungal (AMF) spore density and diversity were determined morphologically in amended and control pots soils, and in OM sachet residues, after host-plant desiccation when monsoon rains had ceased. Twenty-seven AM fungal spore morphotypes were isolated from the pots containing OM amended rhizosphere soils, 19 from controls and 14 from OM residues in the sachets. Gigaspora margarita proved to be the dominant spore in all treatments. Eight morphotypes recovered from amended pots were not recovered from the controls. There was an increasing trend in species diversity in amended pots away from MH-WM. Spore recovery from the three regimes showed variable distribution that indicated differing AMF species strategies.

The concept of truth as an integral component in the exercise of discourse and freedom of expression in democratic society has historically received considerable attention from the Supreme Court. Many of the Court’s pivotal decisions regarding First Amendment concerns have been determined by how justices have conceptualized truth and how they have understood the complex connection truth and falsity share in free debate. See Abrams v. United States, 250 U.S. 616 (1919); Near v. Minnesota, 283 U.S. 697 (1931); Thornhill v. Alabama, 310 U.S. 88 (1940); Chaplinsky v

penalty possesses a unique status, insofar as those who unequivocally object to this punishment may be excluded from capital jury-selection so as to ensure that the panel is “death-qualified”. Such popularity, or entrenched societal status, however, has not prevented the U.S. death penalty from being subjected to legal challenges. Following the case of Furman v. Georgia (1972), the Court suspended the death penalty in the U.S. until it was shown (in the 1976 case of Gregg v. Georgia ) that the practice could be implemented without violating the Eighth Amendment right

.1016/j.enpol.2011.07.051 Talus, K. (2017), ‘Application of EU energy and certain national,’ Journal of World Energy Law and Business , vol. 10, no. 1, pp. 30–42. Talus, K. (2019), ‘EU gas market amendment-despite of compromise, problems remain,’ Oil, Gas & Energy Law Intelligence , 19 February. Tomić, B. (2018), ‘Update: European Parliament calls for Nord Stream 2 pipeline project to be stopped,’ Offshore Energy Today . Retrieved from