There have been far too many decisions go against
Again on October 19, he reminded Catholic politicians especially that their "choices and programs cannot go against
human life or the family.
He understands first down, third-down tendencies, but he's not afraid to go against
what the statistics say.
Astrid touts herself as a new breed of girl, one not afraid to try anything and go against
This is the only reason politicians go against
the American people.
While everyone else walked away or thought, 'Why go against
An ABC News/Washington Post poll issued in early June found that 68 percent of Americans oppose denying communion to politicians who go against
They] inspired me to be independent and always go against
the grain if the grain was not helpful to the whole cause.
Only in Houston did the result go against
gay rights; voters prohibited the city from offering same-sex domestic-partner benefits--by a slim 3% margin.
Sports players should not pray at athletic events, because the prayers may go against
someone's religious beliefs (January 22 issue).
Aaron Ahearn took all that to heart and simply could not go against
The verdict was the first in a lead paint case to go against
the lead-based pigment industry in nearly 20 years of litigation across the country and is a monumental step in helping permanently abate lead paint.
p be "You just hope the decisions which go against
you don't have a bearing on where you finish at the end of the season.
There was a group in between that decided to go against
all our wishes and obviously go against
the wishes of the organisers.
Over the course of the season you're going to get decisions where you think, 'That was a close call', but we've had six or seven go against