"ID cards are used as an excuse to intrude
and interfere in people's lives, " Mr Opik said.
The best brief definition I can give is this: Self-actualized individuals have worked out their personal issues well enough that their personal life no longer has to intrude
into their professional lives and actions.
President Rodrigo Duterte will not 'intrude
' on the conflict between Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) Secretary Rolando Bautista and pro-administration radio personality Erwin Tulfo,.
To show that A causes B, it's necessary to isolate both cause and effect factors, to remove what might intrude
between them (and so confuse the results).
4 : to intrude
upon : interrupt <Don't bother me while I'm on the phone.>
Those branches that typically intrude
on the frame of an architectural representation as a cliched reminder of the "great outdoors" are elevated to a principal role in Appel's work, twisting and turning their way through windows and doors, penetrating the interior in an almost obscene manner.
When she talks about the State having a role in family life ("For me, it's not a question of when we intrude
on family life but how and when.") I get the heeby jeebies.
When she talks about the State having a role in family life - 'For me, it's not a question of when we intrude
on family life but how and when' - I get the heeby jeebies.
While John's voice is heard throughout the novel, others occasionally intrude
: his nerdy friends like Billy, who gets arrested at the mall for stealing an egg roll; the most beautiful girl in the world, the nubile Gloria, for whom he pines; fellow band member Violet "Violent" Hayes, big and gangly and shy, for whom he does not pine, initially; and his band teacher, Arthur Flemingham Steenwilly, who composes a tuba solo just for him and saves his life.
If it begins to, you know, intrude
on the practice of faith, then I would be opposed to it.
Such combatants, moreover, have no right of access to counsel to challenge their detention." Furthermore, continues, the brief, "the Court may not second-guess the military's enemy-combatant determination" because by doing so they would intrude
on "the President's plenary authority as Commander in Chief," which supposedly includes the power to establish policies concerning "the capture, detention, and treatment of the enemy and the collection and evaluation of intelligence vital to national security."
The Halton Unit claims that implementation of their board's document would "allow your employer to intrude
into your private lives." Pece employs such pejorative phraseology as "inquisitional tactics" and "paternalistic attitude." Mr.
But whenever such thoughts intrude
, I need only look at the photo of that huge spruce or recall the old oak of my childhood.
According to police sources some unidentified persons intrude
into a house located in Mangho Pir and opened indiscriminate firing with Kalashnikov at sleeping persons killing two persons.
The Government was accused of wanting to create a 'nanny state' yesterday after children's minister Margaret Hodge said it is not a question of whether the state should intrude
in family life but 'how and when'.