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Punjab customary law. vol. I-5, 6, 6 (Rev. ed.) 8, 8(b)-11,

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That is, libertarians are likely to believe that each individual should have an equal right to basic liberties (or autonomy). If you use these phrases, then be sure to define them! The Stoic idea of an eternal law of the order of the universe was present to their minds. Using the theory’s concepts we examined how providers attempt to achieve a workable balance between these pressures and duties, by using their ‘discretion’ in deciding if and when to provide abortion services, and developing ‘coping mechanisms’.

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