The proprietors of this garbage are doing an injustice
to the potential new wine drinkers out the're and unfortunately it is going to work against them in the long run.
I don't think the program should be scrapped; that would be doing an injustice
to Michael and all the other astronauts.
David Woodhead, director of the Independent Schools Council Information Service, said: "This risks doing an injustice
'Facelift' is perhaps doing an injustice
to the French car's designers who have done major exterior surgery to the Clio's nose and tail.
But to blame Celtic's defeat on Lambert's dismissal would be doing an injustice
to the winners.
Former scouts say that by losing sight of the values that provided them with the strength to live as openly gay men, the organization is doing an injustice
to its members, straight and gay.
If I teach biology without evolution, I'd be doing an injustice
to students, and to myself."
"Some journalism schools are doing an injustice
by not giving their students a true range of what we do, day in and day out," says Eki.
More conservative preparers should consider that in light of the probable bankruptcy consequences, netting the receivable and the payable in order to arrive at the loan basis for deducting losses could actually be doing an injustice
to the shareholder.