Some opponents of the practice raise the specter of
young gigolos reeling in wealthy old bags and "extorting" them.
Argentina knows that, if necessary, it can again play the default card or raise the specter of
an international crisis.
Even though manufacturers disputed those findings, they are enough to raise the specter of
a Florida-style recount with no paper records to count.
Cressy concludes that although the story reveals credulity and victimization, the remarkable feature of the case is that Agnes's accuser did not raise the specter of
witchcraft or attempt to show it as a portent of divine displeasure on the Elizabethan religious settlement.
Such cross-species operations raise the specter of
animal viruses leaping the barrier into the human population.
According to the Institute for Democracy Studies, Pavone's activities raise the specter of
a church-directed voting bloc that could threaten church-state separation.
The performances may consist of bits and pieces of works lifted out of context, and the edible portions of the evening can raise the specter of
wine-stimulated acidic nightmares accompanied by high-carb, high-fat finger foods.
These historical events raise the specter of
more serious concerns because of recent increases in:
Even if they were more effective, regular use of antibiotics would upset the digestive system and raise the specter of
life-threatening drug-resistant infections.
Consequently, the Commission must avoid making recommendations that raise the specter of
retroactive tax increases.
Naturally, opponents of tax relief for families and tax reductions for businesses raise the specter of
an even larger federal deficit.
In television interviews, Bustamante reiterated his opposition to recall but Davis' poor poll numbers raise the specter of
a Republican capturing the governorship.
The Jarvisites, in their zeal to defeat the current ballot measure, raise the specter of
evil renters vs.