Attacks on weaker sections that militate against
our national ethos are aberrations that need to be dealt with firmly," he said.
The concern is that this will raise the cost of credit and hence militate against
Point being: dread at the advances Iran is making should be properly tempered with optimism at the advances that anti-Iran forces are makingand that there is no reason why the latter advances shouldn't outweigh the former ones and thereby militate against
something so drastic as, say, a preemptive military strike.
give your and Letters and are editor's Ostensibly the plan to minimise landfill may seem sensible but there are stumbling blocks which militate against
Pakistanis are already subjected to discriminatory treatment at American Airports and that enhanced security screenings would militate against
cultural values of Pakistanis, he maintained.
READING Jonathan Kay's Derby A To Z yesterday highlighted the problem which continues to militate against
the Irish runners' prospects in any British competition.
What has concerned economists are the serious resource constraints currently facing the country that militate against
increasing subsidies as their impact on the deficit may be more inflationary than would the relief from the subsidies themselves.
The justices recognize that undue hardship could militate against
a retroactive order being made as of the date of the change of circumstances.
Among these are the magic object--in "Mambiala Hill," the "good cook pot" that feeds the hungry and in "The Amazing Guinea" the captive natural phenomenon: "Devils were holding Rain prisoner in a big earthen pot, and Madame Misery, sewing strife, swooped down on the land of the rice eaters." The unreality of the tales is adapted, then, to Cuban colonial reality, and often the texts militate against
hierarchy, power, and even the genre conventions themselves.
The first section argues that psychology has been and remains mired in conceptual problems that militate against
its full development as a science.
The findings also indicated that lack of fund, ICT facilities, electricity, among others; militate against
the use of technology media.
But the political realities of the EU militate against
an approach that could simultaneously cover the key institutions the Commission, the Parliament, the Council and the key components, the member states.
My own Community, though it is at present drawing up a new Initial Formation Program, has in its present program guidelines for ministering "in a society where most people have difficulty accepting certain teachings of the Church, where many of the prevailing cultural factors militate against
appreciation for traditional Christian values." One guideline given is "that Basilians have a profound appreciation of the role of the Magisterium in the life of the Church and for the role of theologians and other thinkers who strive to express the traditional teachings of the Church in ways that are intelligible to contemporary people." (7)
I'm not surprised that non-hunters not only do not support hunting but actively militate against
it when hunters mad editors of gun magazines do not appreciate how disgraceful such a picture is as the one on page 53 of the October 2004 issue.
Even more damning, she ignores everything in Solzhenitsyn's writings that might militate against