The war games must be seen in the context of US regional dominance, which also run counter to
Airline shares typically run counter to
oil prices, since jet fuel is one of airlines' biggest costs next to labor.
He attacked the court for restricting the teaching of religious dogma in public schools and said such decisions run counter to
These findings run counter to
earlier reports, most out of Europe, that echinacea revs up an immune response against cold viruses (SN: 3/27/99, p.
Advocacy would run counter to
the Catholic Church's teachings on homosexuality," says Dunn, explaining why the group's mission needed to be finessed.
The Socialist government of Jose Luis Zapatero has used its current popularity to introduce policies reflecting this change, the majority of which run counter to
the teachings of the Catholic Church (files from Zenit, National Post, Hamilton Spectator).
Some aspects of this approach run counter to
what we have come to expect in a high quality, modern building.
Recent studies of TiVo users reveal most advertisers' marketing plans run counter to
consumers' behavior, Walker said.
But how do you fight an enemy that is very swift and has no scruples, whose actions run counter to
the laws on which Western civilization based?
In a statement, Archbishop Williams said, "It is important that the Canadian church has held back from a structural shift that would have run counter to
the pleas and wishes of the Primates' meeting last autumn and of so many around the Communion.
Willard is also an advocate of what he calls "galaxy thinking," a problem-solving method that involves coming up with situational "what ifs"--especially those that run counter to
His views on the Delie, in particular, run counter to
the "optimistic" views of closure, harmony, and balance through which others have interpreted Sceve's poetic love masterpiece.
I ask AAFES to exercise its conscience, to say that slave labor, sweatshop labor, child labor are abhorrent practices that run counter to
everything that we as a nation stand for.
Not understanding that the traits of a happy family, such as filial deference, often run counter to
those of a profitable business, which must be managed in a strictly professional manner.