If the Senate were elected, it could rapidly claim for itself
the right to make or break the government or, at the very least, more brazenly oppose financial measures.
Writing for the Tory website Conservative Home, Lord Ashcrocft says: "Silly stunts like this do not sit easily with the qualities that a party of government should be able to claim for itself
Enter the Absentees Property Law: Passed by the Knesset in 1950, it gave the newly minted Jewish state the authority to claim for itself
the property of those Arab residents of Palestine who had fled their homes during the war.
The story of "A Christmas Story" itself is rather remarkable, as it has slowly but surely staked a claim for itself
as a popular holiday theatrical attraction.
Waiting at the door to get in is also New York City, which from the turn of the 20th century, was regularly making this claim for itself
. That is, New York's politicians were making it when they were buttering up industrialists.
If the work is indeed a work, it will resist this partitioning at every turn and claim for itself
the autonomy that can come only from the practice of imagining the presence of this now not-so-secret equality in every line, shape, color, and sound.
It is still comparatively early days for the institution, and it is by no means a shameful record, but how much credit the ruling party can claim for itself
in the new-found confidence of Wales is arguable when so much investment is still needed.
Whatever it might claim for itself
, it must be for the Christian a "vale of tears," the land of our sojourning.
catechism could claim for itself
But whatever political mileage could be gained by the historic meeting, the British government was quick to claim for itself
. Prime Minister Blair wasted no time at all claiming it was the toppling of Iraqi president Saddam Hussein that finally convinced Gadaffi to throw open his country to weapons inspectors, thus bolstering his reasons for a war he is increasingly struggling to justify in his own country and abroad.
Is it because the Bible makes this claim for itself
or because it is so regarded in the Protestant tradition to which F.
"Isn't it only right that the public should claim for itself
a concrete benefit arising from the new, digital use of the spectrum?"