On a 3-2 vote, the board last week reversed field
and directed its attorney to draft a contract that would reinstate Coe to his old position.
Nathan Deal and lawmakers reversed field
, restoring the minimum GPA to 2.0 for students this fall.
The Eagle staff has reversed field
and now strives to think about the Web before the morning paper.
However, his successor, Pope Alexander VII, reversed field
again and decreed on March 23, 1656 (46 years after Ricci's death), that the Jesuit missionaries in China be allowed to use Chinese rites and, three years later, dispensed the native Chinese clergy from having to pray the Divine Office in Latin.
Our governors and mayors--who, facing deficits, had been cutting back--have now reversed field
and are demanding to follow the federal formula.
Wisconsin), DOE Under Secretary Raymond Orbach requests FESAC, by October 1, "to critically evaluate the status of, and scientific opportunities for, major alternate magnetic configurations." He states, "The concepts that have attracted the most attention, and are the focus of this charge, are the stellarator, spherical torus, reversed field
pinch, and compact tori (spheromak and field-reversed configuration).
Offset at a distance behind the main magnetizer, the secondary sensing zone, point B (1) is located in a reversed field
, with an H of 15 Oe (Oersted).
A private firm, for example, recently reversed field
by telling Virginia officials it would need $100 million in public funds to build and run high-occupancy toll lanes on a 14-mile stretch of the Capital Beltway outside Washington.
The Justice Department quietly reversed field
Over the next thirty-two years, however, from roughly 1809 to 1841, the Senate reversed field
. A small but highly influential core of members transformed the institution in at least three ways: by strengthening ties with the citizenry, almost making an end run around the state legislatures in an attempt to build a popular base from which to compete with an ever more aggressive House of Representatives; by engaging the House along the entire spectrum of legislative deliberations, from initial drafting through oversight; and by establishing a more neutral and distant posture with respect to the executive branch.
Shoal Creek's membership reversed field
in midstream and quickly admitted Birmingham businessman Louis Willie when it realized that it was about to lose the esteemed PGA Championships.
Starting as a poet of the mind, Rich has gradually reversed field
until now she speaks as a poet of the body.
Then, when it became evident to him that many Americans--especially in Florida, Texas, and California--were adamantly opposed to welcoming thousands of impoverished, darkskinned refugees, Clinton reversed field
and embraced the Bush policy.
Even authors who initially toyed with some traditional caveats about love's maladies reversed field
in their core passages.
On Wednesday, Hatch reversed field
. After a plea by Lippman, three anchors, and three news executives, KIRO resurrected the story, sans Sauter, introducing it as "the version of the story that would have run .