state laws in the face of a state constitutional
Following the government takeover in 2008, USD160m of taxpayers' money has been used to defend
the two firms and their former top executives.
Brunty scored the goals but Roman, as a striker, defended
and we won the ball from it.
a proposal to defend
the northern Colonies against attack by the French and their Indian allies
: Last year, two NASA rovers caused a stir when they identified high levels of chlorine in Martian rocks.
He should have defended
the crown on Cowdell's show at the Burlington Hotel on May 12 against Ojay Abrahams.
It is refreshing to hear Trilling say that his first concern was to discover "the animus of the author, the objects of his will, the things he wants or wants to have happen." It is encouraging to hear Tate defend
poetry as a way of knowing, and words as a necessary completion of human experience.
What Epstein and Berzon do agree on about their heated conversation, however, is this: Epstein defended
conversion therapy as a legitimate means to help people who are unhappy being homosexual.
There are basically four ways to defend
the pick and roll:
This context allows Miller to counter the largely pious and sentimental readings of Jonson's celebrated poem, "On My First Sonne," by laying bare its narcissism, showing that the death of his son constitutes Jonson's own symbolic identity, and that the poem enables him to take possession of his son's death in order to defend
against his own.
The Africa that Cheri Samba defends
in this triptych is the same one as in the "Ekomi popular painting." It is an Africa beyond nation-states, but also a stereotypical and romantic Africa, lacking boundaries and lacking history.
The secret to this dynamic approach is to focus on the act of reading, not on the relationship between you and your writer, which can become adversarial, nor on the document, which the writer naturally defends
. You become the symbolic reader, or the attorney, for the defense of readers.
But our lawyers are ethical guys who believe that the laws should be changed even though they are profiting from the law.' A lawyer is "sleazy,' then, when he defends
wicked mobsters for the money but "ethical' when he does the same thing not just for money, but the principle too.
"I [have] had to debate with him in different media (including French CBC radio and television) on same-sex 'marriage,' abortion and The Da Vinci Code, which he defends
. How can a priest defend
such anti-Christian views as the right to choose an abortion and same-sex 'marriage?'
'It cannot be that only one person defends
people who are accused of corruption,' Junet said.