Their action immediately drew fire
from a wide range of fellow bishops and church leaders, who said the ordination was an affront to Anglican tradition, in which bishops of specific geographic areas have authority over issues of ordination.
The tariff system, however, drew fire
from rice-producing countries such as Australia, Uruguay and Argentina, as well as the European Union.
The chain drew fire
last year when it evicted low-income residents to make way for wealthier clientele.
of La Crosse, Wis., agreed to remove 15 billboards that drew fire
for using Capone to pitch its Old Style beer.
The establishment of the mail-order plan drew fire
from many pharmacy operators, whose stores represent one of the main distribution channels for greeting cards.
Proposed two years ago by physicist Louis Frank of the University of Iowa in Iowa City, the theory radically challenged accepted ideas and immediately drew fire
from much of the space sciences community (SN: 3/29/86, p.199).
Ben Roberts-Smith, who was awarded Australia's highest military honour in 2011 for his bravery during an operation in Afghanistan in 2010 when he drew fire
away from his unit, had lunched last year with Johnson, which helped the player with the 'mental side of things'.
Private equity firm Kohlberg Kravis Roberts and Alliance Boots deputy chairman Stefano Pessina effectively won the company on Monday with an pounds llbn bid, but the move drew fire
from unions amid fears over closures and job cuts.
He drew fire
from 10 and 11 Downing Street when he proposed raising taxes for high earners to fund cuts for middle and low income families.
But like "Natural Born Killers" and "Kids" before it, "O" drew fire
long before its release.