In response to Davis' challenge, Abbott said he defended
the state's laws as he's required to do as Texas' chief legal officer.
It is a similar story in Bordesley Green and Washwood Heath - both defended
by Lib Dem councillors this year - where Labour won with huge majorities of 1,270 and 2,220 in 2007.
1 mandatory contender -- Williams -- provided the winner next defended
the title against Williams.
If the ball is passed from the wing back to the point, the original "Basket-Man"--X1 (who has defended
the "Wing-Pass," the first pass) would then also defend the "Reversal Pass.
It was a complete failure to recognise that you can only have a justice system if people are properly defended
Speaking to the December 19 Denver Post, Kieserman defended
the Coast Guard's recently enacted policy of deploying cutters off Latin America and arresting foreign nationals trying to leave their own countries.
Not only has Pryor loudly defended
Judge Roy Moore's installation of a gigantic granite Ten Commandments monument within the Alabama Supreme Court building, he has also raised the ire of reproductive rights groups by referring to the Supreme Court's landmark Roe v.
It began, "What was once seen as an act of desperation--the killing of one's own child--is now fiercely defended
as a good decision and promoted as a right.
Ortec International (Nasdaq:ORTC), New York, has successfully defended
an opposition filed with the European Patent Office by Advanced Tissue Sciences, Inc.
slavery on the grounds that blacks weren't fully human and that slavery could make them more so.
The Georgetown group that defended
soft drinks and sugar has a "partnership" with the Grocery Manufacturers of America and has received grants from the Sugar Association.
The Service's position regarding an issue should be defended
and argued by the examiner who developed and is responsible for the issue in the first place.
Humanist Manifesto II was unique in that it defended
human rights on a global scale, arguing, for example, for the right to travel beyond national frontiers at a time when people behind the Iron Curtain were prohibited from doing so.
Speaking to Morton Mintz, who first reported the tobacco-ACLI link in 1993, Ira Glasser defended
having accepted the money.
A "must-read" for general counsel, in-house attorneys, major corporate executives, and trial lawyers, this book is based on real-life cases and trials where punitive damages have been successfully defended