Laissez Passer


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Laissez Passer

A one-way travel document often issued as an emergency passport. A laissez passer may be issued by a national government or sometimes an international organization. Most frequently, one is issued to a stateless person, to a person fleeing a humanitarian crisis, or to a citizen of an unrecognized government.
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C'est l'economie orthodoxe : laissez faire, laissez passer. Aveuglement des socialistes qui adoptent les theories darwiniennes (22).
Laissez passer >> de Gournay, Guyot celebrera la demonstration physiocrate de << l'ordre derivant des lois de la nature (49) >>, pourfendra incidemment le protectionnisme au nom de Darwin (50), dementira la loi de Ricardo (51), enfin et surtout refutera l'accusation de pessimisme lancee par tous les adversaires des << economistes (52) >>.
Bertrand Tavernier's film crew were granted access to the set of the $35 million "Laissez passer" Jan.
-Holders of the UN Laissez Passer such as officials, members and affiliates of UN organs like the UN Development Program (UNDP), UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (UNOCHA) and the UN High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR)