Since you are my tutor, you ought to preserve my mind from prejudices; you are always arguing against
Shall we take the other side first and begin by arguing against
ourselves; in this manner the adversary's position will not be undefended.
Thus arguing against
my own conscience, I turned the key, when a smell rushed out that, pleasant though it was, overcame me completely, and I fell fainting across the threshold.
Latterly she had stayed for a few days several times with her son-in-law, arguing against
sorrow and misfortune with composed face and gentle tones.
London Mayor Boris Johnson is not arguing against
the conceptualization of Chinatowns as insular bachelor societies, Lui posits that the making of ethnically-homogeneous community was the result of active efforts by the police, social reformers, and journalists to map out the boundaries of a space that they could more effectively contain for the purposes of regulating the behaviors of Chinese immigrants as well as protecting white womanhood.
the introduction of pattern evidence;
In a Parliamentary answer to Newcastle East and Wallsend MP Nick Brown, Mr Woolas admits Tyne and Wear are not alone, with 34 out of 61 authorities and bodies representing them arguing against
the distribution decisions.
One of the goals of the survey is to investigate the success that suppliers have in arguing against
the expectations of the OEM customer.
Catholics are partly the fruits of John Paul's many years arguing against
this most unforgiving of human judgments.
Gardner (CFR) arguing against
what he called "instant world government" in the April 1974 issue of Foreign Affairs.
So Iqbal identifies rhetoric and ritual as arguing against
Gutas' assertion, but seems unaware that he has himself contributed to Gutas' argument of Islam as inert in itself.
Although the Robertsonian reading is not the explicit focus of Wood's new study, the sentences I have quoted do accurately reflect his broader interest in presenting what we might call the full "Christian" reading of Milton's play: Milton's hero of faith is fundamentally flawed because his understanding of the ways of God is limited by his Old Testament status, living, as Milton himself suggests, under the "imperfection of the law" rather than with "a manly freedom under the Gospel." Arguing against
those bloodthirsty critics who celebrate God's victory in Samson's slaughter even of Philistine innocents (though overtly respectful, one cannot help but hear the disdain in his recollection that "Mary Ann Radzinowicz heard the mercy of heaven in the 'hideous noise' ...
a causal relationship, one would say that the levels momentarily bounced back to nearly the pre-ban level in 1997, despite the avoparcin ban.
this injustice proved to be dangerous.