Gyan wrote on Twitter: 'People disregard my achievements in the World Cup history but I want the whole world to know that I have not been given the fair shake
but records will remain forever.'
In her career spanning nearly four decades, Marilyn Townsend has made a name for herself as a civil-rights trailblazer.<br />Townsend opened her Madison-based practice in 1987 when she returned to her home state after working as in-house counsel for the United Mine Workers, representing the union and its members in cases throughout the country.<br />After opening the Marilyn Townsend Law Office, she continued to take on cases that had her helping clients facing various injustices, both in labor matters and in cases concerning harassment, discrimination and other civil-rights infringements.<br />"I've always cared about people getting a fair shake
, and I always saw the law as a way to do that," Townsend said.
They also requested council members encourage the Palestinians to give their peace plan a fair shake
upon its release.
Mayor Butler, like my dad, understands that when it comes to getting our little corner of the world a fair shake
in funding, it doesn't matter which side of the aisle you sit on.
Olalia said that Veloso's lawyers are "in coordination with the public prosecutors and indirectly with the [Office of the Solicitor General] so our plea for a reconsideration will be given a fair shake
While No One Eats Alone is unapologetic about the author's own perspective, it generally gives those guests a fair shake
. This dramatically expands the book's potential audience.
The path trekked by ArmaLite through our hidebound military procurement process is followed, and you'll be able to judge whether the AR-10 ever got a fair shake
at all, or was the victim of pre-ordained criticism.
Each shack features a selection of location-specific concretes." The menu includes Shake Shack's signature vanilla and chocolate frozen custard as well as seven signature hand-spun shakes (vanilla, chocolate, caramel, black and white, strawberry, peanut butter and coffee fair shake
Trump, who's locked in a tight race with Cruz in this first-in-the-nation caucus state, complained that he would not get a fair shake
at the debate because one of its moderators is Fox News host Megyn Kelly.
"Now it's up to Congress to get to work on the real issues facing our environment and our economy: taking bold action against climate change, keeping energy prices low for American consumers, boosting renewable energy and the low-carbon economy, and getting a fair shake
WHEN is West Yorkshire going to get a fair shake
of the Government's money tree?
But what about a little-known gem that never really got a fair shake
in its day?
To keep their focus and give each wine its fair shake
, those judges needed a great deal of protein for breakfast, vast quantities of roast beef to cleanse their palates between flights of tannic red wine (tasted in the morning when palates were fresher; white and sparkling in the afternoon), and coffee on cue at 3 p.m.
That decision, Campbell says, hints at a policy that fails to give "field athletes a fair shake
. He said: "It is a complete mess.
Unionization is still the single best way for working people to get a fair shake
. As a union member and former union officer, I've seen this firsthand.