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    respectively

    Is "respectively" necessary (Dona and Bosman are judgments)?

    And, when read together, paragraphs 14 and 76 of Don and Bosman, respectively, are sufficient authority for the proposition that rules of purely sporting interest are in fact rules justified on non-economic grounds.

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    Last edited by Allen165; 10-Oct-2009 at 21:18.

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    Re: respectively

    You mean paragraph 14 of Dona and paragraph 76 of Bosman? Yes, you need "respectively" for clarity.

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