Implementing the principle of the universal destination of goods requires political institutions that respect the worth of the human person and the primacy of private initiative; that guarantee the citizen the right of economic and political participation; that are framed democratically and oriented to a market economy; and, finally, that protect both the right of self-determination of nations and the global common weal
on the international level (CA 15 and 48).
Charities like the Joseph Rowntree Foundation agree with the Common Weal
that the UK is too tied to an economic model based on low-skilled, poorly paid jobs.
is an old Scottish phrase that means both "to share wealth in common" and "for the wellbeing of all".
came across the 13 inches by 10 inches painting at the auction in Wealden, Kent in 2004 where amazingly it was even catalogued as a Turner, even though it had a reserve price of just 700 pounds to 900 pounds.
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a victim of the attack said they were at home when a group of men dressed in militarily uniform came in a began to shot at her and her children.
He reminded his fellow Americans of the "necessity of reciprocal checks in the exercise of political power, by dividing and distributing it into different depositaries, and constituting each the guardian of the public weal
against invasions by the others.
The sensitized children, especially those whose allergic weal
was [greater than or equal to] 5 mm, had lower lung function than did those who tested negative (Table l).
It comes from the old English word weal
, which means well-being, happiness, prosperity.
The principal concerns turned on perceptions of political rights and the defense of the public weal
The financial arrangements were my editor's problem; I was just there to get the facts, write my story, and serve the public weal
These include sympathy with the weal
and woe of those with whom we interact, conceptions of fairness based on reciprocity and proportional contribution to desirable social outcomes, acknowledgment of a need for self-control in the face of various temptations, and a sense of duty that bids us to fulfill obligations even when doing so doesn't advance our own welfare.
Nevertheless, they pay at least occasional lip service to notions of Government responsibility for the common weal
and ideals of fairness and equality.
Tennyson recovered and got back in the play, but he and a few other players collapsed on Anderson as Weal
calmly waited for everyone to skate past him before sliding a 10-footer home.