is unequal treatment and militates against
her status as an individual".
Lagman said De Castro's tenure, which would only last for 41 days until her retirement in October, 'militates against
'Does the Supreme Court have the authority to declare ultra vires any law if made incompetently by parliament or if it impinges upon or breach the fundamental rights as guaranteed under the Constitution or if it is in conflict or expressly militates against
a particular provision of the Constitution,' the chief justice asked senior counsel Farooq H.
We oppose any action which is detrimental to peace and stability in the region and militates against
the prospects of reaching a peaceful and diplomatic solution to the issue within the framework of the Six Party Talks, the Foreign Office said.
Some is beyond dreadful and it militates against
the kind of rugby we all want to see.
The verdict of military history, in other words, militates against
the Universality of Service policy.
"Already, the planning system militates against
the Welsh language; creating serious problems which threaten its future as a living language."
Does this mean that there is something inherent in the nature of rail technology that militates against
An obvious reason is the early vote of satisfaction with the new Limerick Stadium and its acclaimed new boxes, which appear to have got rid of the bias which militates against
traps one and six at many other venues.
Councillor Coppinger may be right to suggest that the present political and financial climate probably militates against
the re-establishment of an overall Teesside authority at the moment, but it should be the ultimate aim.
More tellingly, Maslarova said that productivity is also much lower than the EU average, an argument that militates against
increased salaries, even were economic conditions closer to normal.
Unfortunately, the BBC has publicly declared its policy not to broadcast any material that militates against
the theory of evolution, claiming that it represents the majority view.
As a result, the atmosphere at HBCUs militates against
the "culture of drinking" found on so many other college and university campuses.
Many would argue that this is not enough but then it must be understood that the state of the economy today and the resource base in particular militates against
There is one deficiency in the structure of the Roman Catholic church that militates against