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    1. "In which case, they would know of every action, since they need to sanction it

    2. Reus's father, Joseph Mallistrom, was the one who first gave his lieutenants sanction rights over every illegal action that the organization was thinking to take

    3. I will give the sanction for a

    4. The re-establishing this ancient order was the object of several statutes enacted in England during the course of the fourteenth century, particularly of what is called the statute of provisors ; and of the pragmatic sanction, established in France in the fifteenth century

    5. Since the establishment of the pragmatic sanction and of the concordat, the clergy of France have in general shewn less respect to the decrees of the papal court, than the clergy of any other catholic country

    6. This independency of the clergy of France upon the court of Rome seems to be principally founded upon the pragmatic sanction and the concordat

    7. There is no sanction

    8. A ―probable‖ law is probable inasmuch as it remains subject to ―proof;‖ that is to say, until it is validated by common practices and/or legal interpretations by legal authorities consisting of nonelected men and women appointed to our nation‘s highest courts who remain unaccountable to the American People; subject to contingent legalities that directly affect them and whose ―definitive‖ arguments are (oftentimes) subject to change as the ideological alignment of the courts may vary thereby overriding legislative authority vested by the people to sanction laws by rendering elastic, interpretations of (uncertain) legal propositions and subsequent laws of the land, thereby setting themselves up in a uncertain manner as supreme arbiters of the law

    9. For example you cannot ask legal permission to bribe someone for if what you do is illegal no-one can sanction it from a position of authority

    10. No doubt they were also heavily involved in sanction busting and obtained equipment for South Africa including tanks and electronics

    11. At the very least, do not publicly sanction the invasion and hide evidence

    12. The American Protective League were auxiliary cops, vigilantes given sanction by the federal and local authorities

    13. Well intentioned and sincere voices are being heard that yell out the fallacy, in my opinion lethal, that there is no reasonable rationale for the war, which in itself is not “just” without the sanction of the United Nations Security Council

    14. It would have to be done without official sanction, which would never be granted him anyhow

    15. Leo would never sanction a hit this close to his crib

    16. It was a spectacle that occurred under the sanction of both state and federal courts at the highest levels

    17. It is to establish and maintain a Supreme Court majority to sanction radical causes, and to create radical policy that could not be approved through the legislative process

    18. However, in the next few years he began to doubt the Divine sanction for Mosaic Law and then

    19. Her people will be feeling humiliated by what she has done, and ours will support a serious sanction

    20. He told you it was a kind of self-imposed sanction

    21. sanction of the temple

    22. social sanction for this behavior, just as she would be for responding in an

    23. The remembrance supper was established without ecclesiastical sanction

    24. officially sanction this, Harry was secretly rather pleased

    25. He is the cosmic consciousness who maintains ‘Prakriti’, giving sanction to all works, yet not participating in any activity but enjoying it

    26. “and We forbade the fat of sheep and oxen”?!: that is the fat of kidneys! God condemns this distortion and fabrication for which no sanction has been revealed from Him

    27. and be under our official sanction

    28. for certain that the true intention of this office was to sanction

    29. Never, ‘without prejudice’, or provocation, would we sanction a killing – even

    30. they only did so by our consolidated sanction

    31. The sanction period is based upon the value of the assets transferred away

    32. His unwillingness to sanction any withdrawal forfeited any chance of stabilising the front, Manstein maintained the Old Prussian tradition of speaking frankly, and expressed his criticism forcibly

    33. While some powerful players in Saudi Arabia are involved in this plot, it does not mean that they have the sanction of the Saudi government or of King Salman

    34. I can not sanction their beliefs when violence is the only response they have to not getting their way

    35. “Well, I suppose if you secretly approve and sanction the smuggling operation,

    36. I cannot sanction any

    37. How could adults sanction this kind of game

    38. It is still in order, but now that Tyler and Keller are potentially in our grasp, it requires your final sanction

    39. From a negotiating standpoint the Government was in a perfect position to force this change of heart by virtue of their ability to both sanction and incentivise AIB

    40. In this instance the sanction of withdrawing support (which they clearly meant, unlike the UK banks when put in similar circumstances recently) or incentive by carrying on with the plan and save hundreds of jobs

    41. ‘It is a fitting sanction for a president who abuses his office for personal gain’

    42. After all, there was the divine sanction in place for the Semitic Prophets to keep the female slaves all for themselves

    43. This miraculous incident, more fantastic than the one at the Battle of Badr, would illustrate the Arab penchant for the fanciful ‘birds of war’, much before the Quran gave them authenticity with its scriptural sanction

    44. To this sense of Arab self-righteousness to plunder, the Quran accords it the religious sanction through the verses of ‘Spoils of War’

    45. without scriptural sanction and are afflicted with hypocrisy and arrog-

    46. “Yagya that has scriptural sanction and the performance of

    47. “Devoid of scriptural sanction and powerless to invoke the Su-

    48. called evil, for it is divested of scriptural sanction and embarked on

    49. “Is there some professional organization you can report them to? Some group that can sanction them or yank their license or whatever?”

    50. “On the day when the soul and the angels stand up in a rank, and never speak, except him who had received the sanction of the Compassionate and said what is right

    1. 3) Unlawful acts are not sanctioned by the church

    2. sanctioned act, is the official line

    3. doubt at all that what he was about to do was sanctioned

    4. That attack, like all actions of the organization, is going to have to be sanctioned by you

    5. The council had sanctioned their marriage… Still, by the time I

    6. I’d be surprised if it’s not eventually sanctioned by the council

    7. sanctioned by church leaders at councils, such as the

    8. There’s nothing wrong with a man and woman making love - as long as it’s sanctioned by marriage

    9. ‘My knowledge of the invaders is based on intelligence gathered through those sanctioned by Central Council, and from my time with the Nine, one of whom is my father

    10. The Council had finally sanctioned what was tantamount to an act of war

    11. It is a (legal) document understood in its ―strictest‖ sense, subject to revisions and amendments by both legislative branches of our government whenever called upon or required or by Referenda and Plebiscites sanctioned by Popular Vote

    12. Officially sanctioned vigilantes the American Protective League proceeded to lock up antiwar protesters, socialists, even Jehovah's Witnesses as well as conscientious religious objectors

    13. The canon of the Bible we know today was sanctioned by the Catholic Church, under Pope Damasus, in the Synod of Rome in 382 AC; and this is the version Saint Jerome translated into Latin

    14. The Court has sanctioned the granting of racial and gender preferences in school admission and in public hiring practices

    15. Might the same courts that sanctioned Terri’s death have found such a prisoner’s fate to be “cruel and unusual punishment” prohibited by the Eighth Amendment to the Constitution? Well, these days we can’t be sure

    16. ards and all sanctioned magic in the lands

    17. for Bombardier but to have Bombardier sanctioned and the actuary

    18. The regular and routine carrying of weapons was not sanctioned

    19. Like all unions, the NEA is a legally sanctioned attempt to mo-

    20. To that end a great assembly took place on Jerusalem in 140 BC and sanctioned the hereditary rule of the descendents of Mattathias

    21. norms for animal and environment, have not ever been sanctioned by the Sanitary

    22. Army action LBJ had so far sanctioned in Laos was not even close to cutting the Ho Chi Minh Trail supply route

    23. "Legit as in on-the-books? Approved? Officially sanctioned?"

    24. But I just can’t believe it’s one sanctioned by the U

    25. I’d already totally rejected the notion that Joey’s murder had something to do with a black government operation----a Black Dragon operation perhaps, but not one known to or sanctioned by the U

    26. Everything I do in this investigation has been sanctioned by Sam

    27. widows as sanctioned by the Hindu faith – eating plain food,

    28. Family relationships not sanctioned by the state were also banned, and family members could be put to death for communicating with each other

    29. be sanctioned by the United States

    30. One of the many functíons served by culturally sanctioned male voyeurism is to keep

    31. This the Jewish leaders refused to accept and were seeking to corner him into admitting that he was an irregular teacher since he had never been sanctioned by the Sanhedrin

    32. Broad rivers, some nearly a mile across and signs warning of Quicksand, Use Only Sanctioned Ferries, Fords or Risk Drowning

    33. societally sanctioned appearance? What does it say of identity and self-concept? It

    34. Ottawa has not sanctioned it

    35. "Lenin and Stalin sanctioned the terror," cried the old man, standing with his hands clasped together as if the whole subject pained him

    36. It was not necessarily an evil act but an attempt to display the atrocities of the relating actions and ideals that brought forth this mentality into the world and lead to the violent death and actions taken in the name of the government who sanctioned and made right, true, or correct the actions of the people for the sake of power

    37. with their overhunting should be sanctioned

    38. gambling involved (state sanctioned and illegal), abuse and

    39. It was not necessarily an evil act, but an attempt to display the atrocities of the relating actions and ideals that brought forth this mentality into the world, which led to the violent death and actions taken in the name of the government who sanctioned and made right, true or correct the actions of the people for the sake of power

    40. It was sanctioned murder

    41. a mandatory act; high officials or nobles were sanctioned for

    42. It was fully sanctioned by God

    43. They also let us down when they allowed a leader to impose tax cuts for the rich, neglecting the less fortunate while a war was going on that they sanctioned

    44. and was sanctioned by a group of ordinary men without

    45. Members of the opposition party in the Government are demanding an inquiry into this apparent suicide mission that was not sanctioned by the MoD, according to a spokesperson

    46. library, and a variety of other government sanctioned job potential

    47. sanctioned, extortion of the population! The ruling elite has

    48. She continued with her lecture, making points that would not pass unrecorded and unreported by the scribes; messages, sanctioned by Warsaw, of great consequence to Moscow and of considerable interest to Beijing

    49. All action of this was, of course, authoritarian sanctioned for

    50. Most surly this fact stood as proof of a government sanctioned

    1. federation was sanctioning the bout; there are so many nowadays that it‘s hard keeping track

    2. As elaborated on in chapter 17, the struggle of the martyred saints (the Apostolic Church) from approximately AD 30 to Constantine’s sanctioning of the Christian sect in AD 325 brought the nearly three-hundred-year struggle to a victorious conclusion

    3. and (5) his sanctioning or instigation of many violations and abuses

    4. So, what have you chosen? How do you feel about being put in such a hopeless situation? What do you feel toward the “higher” creatures who designed the system? What do you think of their god for sanctioning and encouraging it? Have you guessed yet, what it is we are “supposing” here?

    5. If NOT sanctioning all that makes me a “pacifist” then I’ll wear the tag proudly

    6. Once the champions of secularism start voicing the legitimate concerns raised by the Hindu communalists and stop echoing Muslim communal propaganda, the balloon of the Hindu communal discourse would, sooner or later, burst! Also, since the state is secular and still developing, there’s no justification for sanctioning state funds for Hindu religious purposes either (for example, please see this - http://articles

    7. The banks may desist from sanctioning advances against FDRs, or other term

    8. of Directors, which should be consistent with their policy of sanctioning of

    9. And that thou mayest see that being so relentless to myself I cannot possibly be otherwise to thee, I have summoned thee to be a witness of the sacrifice I mean to offer to the injured honour of my honoured husband, wronged by thee with all the assiduity thou wert capable of, and by me too through want of caution in avoiding every occasion, if I have given any, of encouraging and sanctioning thy base designs

    10. The relationship which existed on the lower level of custom, Plato imagined that he was raising to the higher level of nature and reason; while from the modern and Christian point of view we regard him as sanctioning murder and destroying the first principles of morality

    11. She represented the big bad state that’s sanctioning the criminal pillaging of the world

    12. But, do not depress the hopes of the nation by sanctioning this tame, imbecile, and temporizing system

    13. When that was before them, the committee would be better able to understand how far they could now proceed in sanctioning the representation of that territory in the Louisiana Legislature

    1. think the way to deal with people is to lay sanctions on them and throw your power

    2. In South Africa existed a well-known diner and the joke was that you could order a “limpet burger” as they were well targeted, being an international company that did not run away because of the sanctions and stayed on

    3. * A reader asked me about sanctions and job losses

    4. All in all, sanctions is not only useless but very dangerous

    5. it was an oil embargo (sanctions) which led to Japan attacking Pearl Harbour

    6. hardship on its people? Should its people, (they cannot properly be called citizens), be held liable for the criminal designs of its ruler(s)? (they cannot properly be called leaders) Should its people be subject to international reprisals by otherwise peaceful nations threatened by its existence? Should its people be perceived as innocent bystanders caught up in the whirlwinds of determined causes or willing accomplices drawn to ―dynamic‖ currents exceeding their moral and physical endurance? Should its people be subject to (economic) sanctions imposed against that nation whose objectionable conduct at home and abroad poses a viable threat to its peaceful neighbors? Is ignorance an excuse, or complacency or cowardliness for that matter? The present situation in Iraq recalls Hitler‘s Germany

    7. The West helped by introducing sanctions which only effect was to create a home grown arms and whatever else is needed industry in record time

    8. Consequently it sent three groups to help the Rhodesians and also assisted economically to bust the sanctions

    9. The EEC‘s Socialist Agenda has been constructed in a manner that seeks to eliminate (grassroots) autonomy altogether by gradually abolishing (national) social and cultural customs, imposing criminal sanctions against forms of behavior considered inappropriate or incompatible with standards of political correctness, superseding local political and legal authority with supranational (political) bodies and international courts, and (surprise!) imposing membership requirements mandating that each participating nation legalize abortion on demand, to mention few of its initiatives

    10. They had proposed only sanctions and diplomatic condemnation

    11. Though there were some who claimed estimates were too high, it is almost certain there were many deaths due to sanctions

    12. So why are both Presidents Bush as well as Clinton not listed under wartime atrocities for sanctions? All three presidents played a role in sanctions, but so did the UN

    13. It was the UN that voted these sanctions, and a mixed military force that enforced them

    14. Not only that, all three presidents plus the UN made efforts to avoid Iraqis suffering and dying from sanctions

    15. Under the sanctions Iraq traded food directly for oil

    16. Sanctions began August 1990

    17. If deemed necessary, sanctions meant to isolate supporters of each new understanding would be issued and implemented up to the point of severity

    18. Was the push an all-out effort to get the carbon fines and sanctions going by the time the sun-earth cycle began its cooling phase in order to be in a position to take credit for the drop in temperature? Said another way, without a global taxing body in operation, when the cooling started, this political movement would suffer and possibly die, bringing about some other income redistribution scheme,

    19. God scattered the bones of those He despised! God did exactly the opposite of what he sanctions in scripture for His people

    20. Clinton had unilaterally imposed the Iran/Libya Sanctions Act in 1996 and Iran considered it an act of war

    21. terrorists from nine countries to Tehran after the sanctions

    22. The new law even imposed sanctions on

    23. to be more effective than threats of sanctions

    24. “Socialism sanctions stealing in the name of doing good” by

    25. definitive solution to the sanctions imposed by the SEPRONA, who could detain anyone

    26. Violations and Sanctions Act

    27. examination, the animals are often tormented or killed; sanctions are virtually never

    28. sentence rises as well as other sanctions are provided, as for example occupational bans

    29. The sanctions for the infringement of this law will be object of a special law

    30. The Coast Guard developed shipboard firefighting and prevention strategies, enforced legal sanctions and imposed fines on polluters

    31. sanctions applied to those who disobey instructions or rules

    32. 7 The mechanistic naturalism of some supposedly educated men and the thoughtless secularism of the man in the street are both exclusively concerned with things; they are barren of all real values, sanctions, and satisfactions of a spiritual nature, as well as being devoid of faith, hope, and eternal assurances

    33. Federation would have no choice but to impose sanctions on us

    34. As much business as we do with the Federation military, sanctions would be economic disaster

    35. Your acts of charity have brought sanctions against you

    36. There are many reverberations in terms of the result of taking on a lifetime or choosing to forge this option, but none of these are punishments, they are not sanctions because you refused to follow the orders of some higher ranking entity

    37. Nations sanctions inflicted upon a ‘targeted nation’ will

    38. doubt, the threat of sanctions by the United States sped up the

    39. ‘’I hope that she will be able to convince enough people in the United States and Europe to take our offer seriously and at least lift some of the sanctions against us

    40. to identify the aggressor and to impose sanctions and

    41. Sanctions and other actions could have been effective had patience been applied

    42. Sanctions should be put in place and if they don’t work, it 152

    43. Salisbury was fully organised for the likelihood of sanctions

    44. By November 1941, the Japanese though still continuing to negotiate with the United States, had come to the conclusion that further talks towards the lifting of sanctions were futile

    45. This was due to the formers aggressive and expansionist policies, resulting in American economic sanctions against Japan that included an oil embargo

    46. sanctions were: -

    47. The sanctions crippled the Japanese economy and caused them to conclude that they either abandon their objective of Far East domination; or, alternatively, in order to gain the mineral rich Asian territories go to war with America and the Western Allies

    48. “Or would they believe the Russians are the enemy again? I mean, the public is already skeptical with the Russians obstructing sanctions on Iran

    49. ‘’Well, my country is suffering under severe international financial and commercial sanctions, remember? A lot of our resources are also presently spent countering the ISIS advance in Iraq

    50. sanctions imposed as a result of the war

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