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  1. Would it not be more fitting to promulgate.
  2. As mentioned, they promulgate their blasphemies by stating that.
  3. But it is my balsamic advice, that rather than promulgate this matter, the.
  4. Value investing does promulgate general laws, but they have important exceptions.
  5. Now you can promulgate ten laws to try to prevent it, and your fancy laws will fail every single time.

  6. He has instructed the entire bureaucracy to promulgate regulations that have no authority in law, and he.
  7. Mired mid biased opinions, lesser aspirants hail a single name, Avatar or mantra and try to promulgate it above every other.
  8. The most surprising thing about Leticia was her skill to promulgate the most ludicrous nonsenses in the most improper and inopportune moments.
  9. Regulators and others promulgate Rule 1145 and others like it (SEC Rule 144) because they fear share price declines in common stock markets if blocks of common stock are dumped.
  10. And like any other serf living on a manor, the member of the homeowner association is bound by a pledge of obedience to whatever rules and bylaws the peasant’s betters might decide to promulgate.
  11. We discover several traces of this in the gospel histories; and the book of the Acts of the Apostles contains no intimation that they were then compelled to promulgate the doctrine for the first time amongst the people of Israel.
  12. Were they aware of the “Trinity of threes,” the three crosses, three among his last words “it is finished,” and the three days of the resurrection, that I presented in the previous chapter? Or were they given a gift of insight into this matter that might have taken some time to fully understand, promulgate and accept?
  13. But surely if Christianity was worth promulgating, even although pious Israelites could be saved before the Advent, much more must it be 'worth while, to promulgate Christianity among those whose knowledge of God has been restricted to the broken lights of a world darkened by the philosophy and priestcraft of Eastern paganism, or by African barbarism.
  14. Tula, whose efforts in this art of the investigation of the foreign adversity seemed to bloom of a vocation inherited from her ancestors, adhered to her person from the moment of her birth, and in this way, without very much determination or emulation, she appropriated of the human melodramas to promulgate them in all its extension, such as a decree, for the populous streets of town.
  1. In my opinion, it is the lack of promulgating this same doctrine that leads to the.
  2. MCT and indeed economics in general place primary emphasis on promulgating general laws.
  3. It was easier to rule masses of subject peoples by promulgating a one-size-fits-all code to cover a vast heterogeneous (multicultural?) empire.
  4. And yet social reformers are busy promulgating the idea that it is not necessary and is even pernicious and immoral for every man separately to work out his own freedom.
  5. And so have you developed a concept of the kingdom of heaven as a glorified rule of the Jewish people over all the peoples of the earth with Messiah sitting on David's throne and from this place of miraculous power promulgating the laws of all the world.
  6. Courage, and onward! Citizens, whither are we going? To science made government, to the force of things become the sole public force, to the natural law, having in itself its sanction and its penalty and promulgating itself by evidence, to a dawn of truth corresponding to a dawn of day.
  7. Furthermore, it strongly supports the belief that value investing ought to be the context of choice from a public policy point of view when promulgating securities law and regulation, when deciding lawsuits involving valuation and disclosure issues, and when promulgating accounting principles in accordance with GAAP or IFRS.
  8. To us, it seems foolish to accept the short-term needs cited in the previous paragraph as the norm for purposes of promulgating various securities regulations and accounting rules, yet some of these rules and regulations seem directed strictly toward the desires and needs of those who think day-to-day market prices are all-important.
  9. Edgar Hoover, director of the FBI, who considered the younger Kennedy an upstart and not someone he wanted to answer to, it is entirely possible that promulgating and perpetuating the romance between Bobby and Marilyn was a campaign of disinformation ordered by Hoover, a notorious lover of gossip, making it up and spreading it.
  10. But surely if Christianity was worth promulgating, even although pious Israelites could be saved before the Advent, much more must it be 'worth while, to promulgate Christianity among those whose knowledge of God has been restricted to the broken lights of a world darkened by the philosophy and priestcraft of Eastern paganism, or by African barbarism.
  11. The activity of the Russian Church, despite the veneer of modernity and the scientific and spiritual standards which its members have begun to establish by their essays, their religious reviews, and their sermons, consists not only in encouraging the people in a coarse and grotesque idolatry, but in strengthening and promulgating superstition and religious ignorance, and in endeavoring to destroy the vital conception of Christianity that exists in the people side by side with this idolatry.
  12. Resolved, That the President of the United States be requested to cause to be laid before this House the French decree, purporting to be a repeal of the Berlin decrees, referred to in his Message of the 4th of November last; together with such information as he may possess concerning the time and manner of promulgating the same; and, also, any correspondence or information touching the relations of the United States with France, in the office of the Department of State, not heretofore communicated, which, in the opinion of the President, it is not incompatible with the public interest to communicate.
  1. Promulgated in August 24th, 1995.
  2. Mugisuddin, the kaji of Bayana, promulgated.
  3. States government as promulgated by the Monroe Doctrine.
  4. It put a stop to torture, promulgated the truth, expelled.
  5. The dominant myth about Tibet that is promulgated in the West.
  6. From there he has promulgated orders to chase the heresy suspects.
  7. Any so-called value investor follows the basic rule promulgated by G&D:.
  8. Chapter 1 passed and promulgated throughout his dominions: it could be said.
  9. Pope Paul VI promulgated an encyclical [Humanae Vitae (Human Life)] in July of 1968.
  10. The law had been promulgated, but none of the relevant regulations were yet in place.
  11. Promulgated the belief that investment decisions ought to be based on ascertainable facts.
  12. The current version of Section 382 was promulgated as part of the Income Tax Reform Act of 1986.
  13. Many other codes were promulgated in limited areas of Europe, but the principle went back to the Roman model.
  14. In the extreme, there were hard-and-fast rules, such as those promulgated by each of the states for its savings banks.
  15. It could not, therefore, have induced that Government, had it been earlier promulgated, to repeal the Orders in Council.
  16. She was upset and the alteration reflected in the bluish vein that was sparkling in her forehead with every word she promulgated.
  17. Military orders had been promulgated concerning the schools, sanitation, the kind of buttons one wore on one’s suit, the sale.
  18. Just when the Doctrine of Indulgences was first promulgated I have not ascertained beyond an entry cited as Code of Canon Law, Can.
  19. At once there was a hurly-burly of disapproval promulgated by those narrow minds unable to decipher the melodious metaphor of my words.
  20. The kingdom of heaven, being a spiritual brotherhood of the spirit-born sons of God, may be promulgated only by the power of the spirit.
  21. Meeting infrequently, usually when a crisis arose, they promulgated their decisions and of necessity, most badgers accepted their rulings.
  22. And I solemnly believe, this doctrine has kept more away from God, and driven them into infidelity, than any other doctrine that was ever promulgated.
  23. On an overall basis, these issues failed four of the seven safety tests promulgated by Graham and Dodd in Security Analysis (4th Edition, McGraw-Hill 1962).
  24. The Muslims are members of the Islamic community, the umma, who possess territories in the Dar al-Islam, the Land of Islam, where the edicts of Islam are fully promulgated.
  25. The Corporate Affairs Commission was established by the Companies and Allied Matters Act, which was promulgated in 1990 to regulate the formation and management of companies in Nigeria.
  26. The key disclosure documents for creditors of, and investors in, public companies are those issued pursuant to rules and regulations promulgated by the Securities and Exchange Commission.
  27. A series of laws was promulgated throughout the century to punish Jews for adhering to their faith…and to take away their children from them in order to educate them in true Christian homes.
  28. In fact, other imperial laws promulgated under the present dynasty had made it harder and harder for foreigners to mix with Chinese, while the liberty of practicing foreign religions was quickly eroding.
  29. OPMIs are additionally protected by rules promulgated by quasi-public bodies, particularly the Financial Institutions Regulatory Authority (FINRA) and the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (PCAOB).
  30. It is admitted that no bank or banks of a capital or of sufficient circulating paper throughout the United States adequate to this object, did exist when the constitution was first formed, promulgated, or adopted.
  31. As well, there are many misconceptions and myths about O’Neil and his organization that we find preposterous, particularly those that are promulgated for the sole purpose of bringing the man and his methods down.
  32. But, sir, war was declared, and the doctrine has since been promulgated, that it is now the duty of every man to support it; that all inquiry must be hushed, and all examination of its expediency and propriety cease.
  33. An edict may be defined to be a law promulgated in such form as the institutions of the country require, or some act of sovereign authority, which has gone through the established forms of office, so as to become obligatory.
  34. The Christian Community has been very fortunate, however, that it was/is able to draw upon a large body of Apostolic Testimonies passed along to the ancient fathers who promulgated the spiritual ―essence‖ of His teachings.
  35. The Jew lived as he lived, that is, made war, put criminals to death, built the Temple, organized his entire existence in one way and not another, because, as he was convinced, he thereby followed the laws which God himself had promulgated.
  36. Editor, that I should continue the subject and point out the best fields for the use of surplus wealth, may be taken as further proof that whether the ideas promulgated are to be received or rejected, they are at least certain to obtain a hearing.
  37. How this understanding is to be interpreted has been largely an open question, with no authoritative attempt to answer it until the early to mid-eighteen hundreds when a doctrine that declared it to be the literal Word of God was first promulgated.
  38. The idea is promulgated that men ought not to walk on their own legs where they want and ought to go, but that a kind of floor under their feet will be moved somehow, so that on it they can reach where they ought to go without moving their own legs.
  39. Though Confucious lived in the sixth century BC, his system of applied thought wasn’t adopted by an Emperor until long after the decline of the Zhou Dynasty when it was promulgated by the Han Dynasty that began around the end of the third century BC.
  40. Bonaparte himself, in a decree, dated the 28th of April, 1811, but not promulgated till a year afterwards, distinctly declares that the Berlin and Milan decrees were not definitively repealed, as relates to the United States, on the 1st of November, 1810.
  41. Slowly, but surely, with frequent reference to the wisdom of those who have gone before, an ever more complicated body of rules, delineating the acceptable limits of individual industry, beyond which the needs of the community must take preference, was promulgated.
  42. One of the most striking phenomena of our times is precisely this advocacy of slavery, which is promulgated among the masses, not by governments, in whom it is inevitable, but by men who, in advocating socialistic theories, regard themselves as the champions of freedom.
  43. Additionally, although European markets lack new mandates for corporate board conduct such as those recently promulgated in the United States under Sarbanes-Oxley, the reality is that their principles-based systems of corporate governance provide every bit as much protection as our country’s rules-based structure.
  44. The people are fully apprised of the causes of the war, from the documents that have been promulgated; they are satisfied that it is a just and necessary war: that it has been forced upon us by the injustice and oppression of our enemy, occasioned in a great measure by the violent opposition of a party to the Administration.
  45. According to the opinion of Britain, promulgated not only to this Government but to the world according to the demonstration made by the British Government, you will undertake a measure of active hostility against France; for what? For any great boon that this Government has received from the hands of Great Britain? No, sir.
  46. The primary problem with socialist ideas being promulgated in economics classes is, of course that, barring intervention from those who have studied and absorbed the ideas of the classical economists or, a bit later, the Chicago School of Economics under Milton Friedman, such a slant tends to get handed down from generation to generation.
  47. In previous chapters we discussed the characteristics and limitations of the recommended approach of value investing, the characteristics and limitations inherent in the efficient market hypothesis (EMH) and all other academic approaches, and the characteristics and limitations of fundamental analysis as promulgated in the works of Benjamin Graham and David Dodd and their predecessors.
  48. Nor is it enough to declare that a lack of assent to the theory promulgated is due to the absence of illuminating grace, since it is not the office of the Holy Spirit to quench the moral understanding of man; and large numbers of persons who afford decisive evidence of enjoying the teaching of that Holy Spirit experience as much difficulty in the reception of that theory as the artisan, the philosopher, or the subtle Hindu.
  49. Graham and Dodd made four very important contributions to value investing: (1) they clearly articulated a usable definition of investing as opposed to speculation; (2) they distinguished between market price and intrinsic value (a concept that still seems alien to MCT); (3) they pioneered the concept of investing with a margin of safety, and (4) they promulgated the belief that investment decisions ought to be based on ascertainable facts.
  50. A fortnight or more later, when Barrios, declared Generalissimo, was gone in pursuit of Pedrito away south, when the Provisional Junta, with Don Juste Lopez at its head, had promulgated the new Constitution, and our Don Carlos Gould was packing up his trunks bound on a mission to San Francisco and Washington (the United States, sir, were the first great power to recognize the Occidental Republic)—a fortnight later, I say, when we were beginning to feel that our heads were safe on our shoulders, if I may express myself so, a prominent man, a large shipper by our line, came to see me on business, and, says he, the first thing: 'I say, Captain Mitchell, is that fellow' (meaning Nostromo) 'still the Capataz of your Cargadores or not?' 'What's the matter?' says I.
  51. If these principles and facts are admitted, does it not demonstrate, beyond the possibility of doubt, this unquestionable result, to wit: that as Congress is to levy and collect revenue; that as the agency of banks affords the most certain, speedy, and convenient means by which a revenue can be collected; that as neither, at the period when the constitution was made, promulgated, or adopted, banks of sufficient capital, or with paper of sufficient circulation, existed for the collection of the revenue, and its transmission to your Treasury; that as there was no positive clause prohibiting a National Bank in the constitution; that as Congress was to have all power necessary to carry its enumerated powers into execution; that as the convention who framed, and the people who adopted the constitution, must have had in view our then existing institutions, and the then general state of society, it was the intention of the convention who formed the constitution, and the people who adopted it, to give to Congress the power of establishing a National Bank.
  52. Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America, in Congress assembled, That in case it shall be deemed necessary, in order to vindicate the just rights, or to secure the safety of the United States, to invade the provinces of Upper and Lower Canada, Nova Scotia, and New Brunswick, or either of them, the President of the United States be, and he hereby is authorized and empowered to issue a proclamation, addressed to the inhabitants of said provinces, assuring them, in the name of the people of these States, that in case the said provinces, or any of them, shall come into the possession of this Government, the inhabitants of such province or provinces shall be secured and protected in the full enjoyment of their lives, liberty, property, and religion, in as full and ample manner as the same are secured to the people of the United States by their constitutions; and that the said proclamation be promulgated and circulated, in the manner which, in the opinion of the President, shall be best calculated to give it general publicity.
  1. Add to that more teachers in the journalism schools who are dedicated to accurate newsgathering and reporting as opposed to the present drive to disseminate a collectivist prejudice that emphasizes, endorses, and promulgates the information that coincides with their partiality.
  2. The misconception of those who judge the Christian doctrine by the standard of the state or civil doctrine is this,—that they imagine that the perfection of which Christ speaks may be attained in this life, and ask themselves just as they would ask concerning some law of the State, what will happen when all this shall be fulfilled? This hypothesis is fallacious, because the perfection indicated by Christianity is infinite and can never be attained; and Christ promulgates his doctrine, knowing that although absolute perfection will never be attained, yet the aspiration toward it will ever contribute to the welfare of mankind, that this welfare may by this means be everlastingly increased.

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