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1 In 2002, he received a call regarding just such a part.
2 From the beginning IHTSDO was open regarding such (also academic) criticism.
3 You were the bottom of the heap – and regarded as such by everyone .
4 Normanton (1971, p. 325) regards such 'security measures as realistic in the circumstances'.
5 How do you regard such far reaching powers, and were you subsequently disappointed by Government's later day performance?
6 Sexual jokes and innuendo are not considered appropriate in the workplace , and the conference rules had specific rules regarding such .
7 You don't own the subject of coming off of psych drugs just because you host a different site regarding such .
8 Nevertheless, the Board saw no reason to refer any questions regarding such to the Enlarged Board of Appeal to seek clarification.
9 These are a few of the many actual duties, or at least what we regard as such , which obviously fall into two classes on the one principle that we have laid down.
10 In the documents of Vatican II, one definitely senses an ambiguity about how to deal with Protestants (indeed, even atheists are now admitted into eternal life); nevertheless, there is an attempt to square with modern realities the historic Roman doctrine of the church, which admits no separation from the Roman See and regards such as an act of apostasy.
11 Yet under the freedom allowed by our liberal Church organization the lay speaker is prone to indulge in unguarded criticism, and the undis- criminating hearer is apt to regard such as the teachings of the Digitized by Google THE METHODS AND MOTIVES OF SCIENCE. 259 Church.
12 And like soup cans, postage stamps, and Coca-Cola bottles, the interview to him was regarded just as such -- more a scripted song-and-dance conducted by the interviewer than an explorative analysis of the interviewee.
13 They are not an accurate measure of pupils' performance and they are not an indication of their future potential, although – despite the government's protestations – they will be regarded as such by many.
14 It should be evident, however, to those who affirm the absolute authority of the whole Bible as our rule of faith and life that our own conclusion regarding such "implications" must not be allowed to set aside the clear teaching of the Scripture when it addresses such a question as the qualifications for special offices in the church, but rather our fallible and unauthoritative conclusions must be judged and revised in the light of Scripture.
15 True, it is incredible that men should treat as chattels those whom they truly regard as human beings , but that they should treat as chattels and working animals those whom they regard as such , is no marvel.
16 The first is "transactional love or worldly love," which is "calculated, calculating, and exact." Most forms of love in ordinary life, he contends, are transactional in this sense, even those we do not customarily regard as such .
17 The conduct will not be regarded as such if some new act or event intervened, between the accused's conduct and the consequence in question, to alter the natural and probable course of events in such a way that the accused's conduct, even though it may have been the original (and thus the factual) cause of the consequence, can no longer be regarded as its direct or proximate–that is, its closest–cause.
18 Morgan alleges with great boldness, that his religion of reason alone is divine, that the Christian is a mere invention and device of man, and through all ages since its introduction, has been regarded as such by a small but oppressed party: that the character of Judaism, which is not only human, but altogether devilish, cleaves still to the followers of a blind faith': that the apostle Paul was the chief of the freethinkers who wished to have no connexion with Judaism, and alone preached Christianity in its purity, whilst the other apostles were merely the chiefs of a political party who in the spirit of Judaism had attached themselves to it.
19 In many cultures urine was once regarded as a mystical fluid, and in some cultures it is still regarded as such to this day.
20 St. John Chrysostom in the 4th century regarded such as worse than murder in his fourth homily on while Paul the Apostle in the "Epistle to the Romans" referred to same sex relations as "shameful lust" and which acts were contrary to nature, with men suffering a "due penalty" in their bodies.
21 Jehovah's Witnesses are taught to welcome changes to their religion's doctrine, regarding such "adjustments" as "new light" or "new understanding" from God and proving that they are on the "path of the righteous".
22 The press largely reported the story as fact, which served as the kernel of a persistent collective delusion regarding such "steam tunnel incidents.
23 From the provisions of the penal code, magistrates could either derive principles of civil law either directly, if a matter was in stated in the penal code such as matters regarding such as that regarding debt and usury, dealings with land, the borrowing and pledging of property, and the sale of goods in markets, or indirectly reading into a criminal statute a basis for a private civil suit.
24 A Spanish concept called "La Canción del Verano" ("The Summer Song"), under which a particular song or two define the mood for the season and are regarded unofficially as such by Spanish media, served as the basis for the appearance popularity of reggaeton songs such as Panamanian rapper Lorna's "Papi Chulo (Te Traigo el Mmm)" in 2003, "Baila Morena" by Héctor & Tito and Daddy Yankee's "Gasolina" in 2005.
25 It was an unconventional marriage: their intimate relationships were with people of their own sex, but they maintained close ties with each other, and despite being frequently anthologised as a gay writer Bowles always regarded such typecasting as both absurd and irrelevant.
26 The Worldwide Church of God taught seven 'Festivals of God' (Passover, Days of Unleavened Bread, Pentecost, Feast of Trumpets, Day of Atonement, Feast of Tabernacles, Last Great Day) and regarded such to be 'worship' days including Sukkot or "Feast of Tabernacles.
27 The first six issues contained stories by well-known authors, including some that became highly regarded such as Fritz Leiber's "Coming Attraction", Damon Knight's "To Serve Man", and Ray Bradbury's "The Fireman", later expanded as "Fahrenheit 451".
28 Nevertheless a small, very puristic "school" exists within the BDSM community, which regards such "topping from the bottom" as rude or even incompatible with the standards of BDSM relations.
29 Thus, mental disorders are spiritual emergencies, spiritual crises, and need to be regarded as such to aid the healer in being born.
30 In 1966, the Court ruled that a publication which is not obscene might be regarded as such if distributed in a lascivious manner, and in 1968, that the law's jurisdiction did not 'reach into the privacy of one's home... [whereas] public distribution... might intrude upon the sensibilities or privacy of the general public...'.
31 The tournament was made officially one of the tennis 'Majors' from 1924 by the ILTF (though regarded unofficially as such before that time)
32 We note, moreover, that it is mainly the province of Brittany, which can more than anything else to complain that violated to it the principle of the Bill of Rights that no law can be regarded as such if it is an expression of general will, it has been convened or represented regularly at the General Meeting in 1789, and it has nonetheless lost its ancient constitution and its rights, franchises and liberties, against the wishes of its three formal orders, and even the specific provisions of the vast majority of books of the Assemblies of sénéchaussées, trained to avoid and then replace the Constitution of the third convocation as political and indivisible ...
33 It is and always has been regarded as such by our governments and the international cabal of private banks ( the "central banks" ) who are allowed to control/operate our monetary systems.
34 (a) the information was (i) known by a Rider, GAGAN, as a result of acting as a Rider and (ii) not information in the public domain or regarded as such under the Rules of Racing (and hence 'Inside Information' within the Rules) and would provide a bettor with an unfair advantage in the betting market
35 I want, therefore, to make it emphatically clear that Objectivism is not an organized movement and is not to be regarded as such by anyone. [*]