abnormal act

abnormal act
acto anormal, anormalidad.

Nuevo Diccionario Inglés-Español. 2014.

Mira otros diccionarios:

  • Abnormal psychology — is the interpretive and scientific study of abnormal thoughts and behavior in order to understand and correct abnormal patterns of functioning. The definition of what constitutes abnormal has varied across time and across cultures, and varies… …   Wikipedia

  • Abnormal Importations (Customs Duties) Act 1931 — The Abnormal Importations (Customs Duties) Act 1931 (22 23 Geo. V c. 1) was an Act of the British Parliament enacted on 20 November, 1931 which gave the Board of Trade, with the agreement of HM Treasury, the power to impose or raise duties up to… …   Wikipedia

  • Sexual Sterilization Act of Alberta — In 1928, the Legislative Assembly of Alberta, Canada, enacted the Sexual Sterilization Act. The Act, drafted to protect the gene pool, allowed for sterilization of mentally disabled persons in order to prevent the transmission of undesirable… …   Wikipedia

  • Criminal Law (Temporary Provisions) Act (Singapore) — Criminal Law (Temporary Provisions) Act A police officer equipped with a firearm and handcuffs An Act to make temporary provisions for the maintenance of public order, the control of supplies by sea to Singapore, and the prevention of strikes and …   Wikipedia

  • Property (Relationships) Act — Infobox NZ Legislation short title= Property (Relationships) Act 1976 long title= N/A introduced by= | date passed=1976 royal assent= commencement= 1st day of February 1977. amendments= The short title of this Act was amended, as from 1 February… …   Wikipedia

  • Police Services Act of Ontario — The Ontario Police Services Act is a provincial act governing the conduct of police officers in the Canadian province of Ontario. The Act is usually invoked in investigation or charges against police officers for direputable conduct.The Act was… …   Wikipedia

  • Homicide Act 1957 — The Homicide Act 1957 is an Act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom (5 6 Eliz. II c. 11).It was enacted as a partial reform of the common law offence of murder in English law by abolishing the doctrine of constructive malice (except in… …   Wikipedia

  • National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act — The National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act (NCVIA) of 1986 (42 U.S.C. §§ 300aa 1 to 300aa 34) was enacted in the United States to reduce the potential financial liability of vaccine makers due to vaccine injury claims. The legislation was aimed at …   Wikipedia

  • Children's Health Act — The Children s Health Act of 2000 (Public Law 106 310 Sec. 1004) is a legislative measure, passed by the United States Congress, which directs federal agencies to undertake a national, long term study of children s health and development in… …   Wikipedia

  • Causation (law) — Causation is the causal relationship between conduct and result. That is to say that causation provides a means of connecting conduct, complete with actus reus, with the the resulting harm or result element. It should be noted that causation is… …   Wikipedia

  • uterine bleeding — Abnormal bleeding from the uterus not related to menstruation. Most common in the first few years after menarche and as menopause approaches, it is thought to occur when malfunctioning ovaries reduce blood estrogen levels. A malfunctioning… …   Universalium