Since "being isolated at home with one adult and no peers" is socially harmful, it "should not be permitted," she contends
the decline reflects the military's reluctance to discharge service members during Operation Iraqi Freedom, when the demand for personnel is high.
In this case, however, some observers contend
that while the underlying materials involved in this case--EEOC rulings and jury verdicts--may be in themselves public information, the process involved in preparing them for publication is much different than simply republishing the addresses and telephone numbers in the Feist case--in other words, that enough additional editorial work is required to create the published product to justify copyright.
As few as two years ago, Metzler contends
, corporations were paying as much as $700 a month for T1 access to a POP.
He asserts that "there are no artificial barriers left to women's achievement," and that racism and sexism today "are mere wisps of their former selves, except when it comes to white, heterosexual males," Indeed, in his view, "it would be difficult to contend
that, the end of racial segregation aside, American culture today is as healthy as the culture of the 1950s" The 1950s?
that the cost of remediation for such a problem can be staggering, but to potentially multiply that cost by 10 is totally unacceptable.
That lawsuit contends
that Best Buy never intended to make Powell its sole integrator and, in fact, already had another Minnesota company under contract to do the work.
that she was forced to go on disability in February 2001 because she faced a hostile working environment after rebuffing advances by Hufford, according to court documents.
Congressman Young contends
that "nothing else can provide the deterrence or effectiveness of a gun wielded by a highly trained individual.
As these melted and drifted toward lower latitudes, they dropped the sand to the ocean bottom, she contends
1990, the UISP paper contends
that if there is a general capital improvements plan, all costs (not only those directly attributable to asset acquisition and installation) are subject to capitalization.
Bessel rejects the concept of a Front generation because of what he contends
are religious, occupational and geographical cleavages.
, "Everyone has the `g-factor,' but Jews have more of it.
that discarding racial and class combinations will be throwing off centuries of "identical moral claims about fate and the state of the races," which are repeated endlessly.
In its friend-of-the-court brief in support of the New Hampshire law, the ACLJ contends
the Supreme Court has never held that all laws regulating the provision of abortions must contain a "health" exception - as the federal appeals court concluded.