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A decision was then made to release Seven Islands Land company of its forest management responsibilities on the College Grant and to once again employ a College forester, Edward Witt.
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Mr. Justice Taney's Dred Scott decision in 1857 was unpopular in the North, and soon became a dead letter.
When the possibility that he had not given reconsideration to so weighty a decision seemed to disconcert his questioners, Mr. Eisenhower was known to make his characteristic statement to the press that he was not going to talk about the matter any more.
The portrait that had developed, fragmentarily but consistently, was the portrait of a man to whom serious thinking is alien enough that the making of a decision inhibits, when it does not forestall, any ability to review the decision in the light of new evidence.
But all the reports of this first embassy show that the two Savoyards were the heads of it, for they were the only ones who were empowered to swear for the king that he would abide by the pope's decision and who were allowed to appoint deputies in the event that one was unavoidably absent.
Alfred, who was a good deal older than Harry, had treated him like a son, and when Harry decided to stay in business with Lew instead of going with Alfred, Alfred looked on the decision as a betrayal.
It was faced immediately with a showdown on the schools, an issue which was met squarely in conjunction with the governor with a decision not to risk abandoning public education.
Thus, a finding of conspiracy to restrain trade or attempt to monopolize was excluded from the Court's decision.
The recommendation of the Department -- as well as the decision of the appeal board -- was based entirely on the local board file, not on an FBI report.
The decision reached in 1938-39 was made after the accumulation of a large amount of data and thorough study thereof.
Since the writer had established this democratic procedure in the beginning he had to go along with their decision -- after, of course, pointing out whether he thought their decision was a wise or an unwise one.
Although the government was probably prepared for elections by mid-1958, the first decision was no doubt made more difficult as party strife multiplied.
Berger's decision to sue for the full amount of the performance bond was questioned by Wagner in the morning press conference.
One of the first moves made after a cabinet decision was to request the United States to establish a full-fledged military assistance group instead of the current civilian body.
The Supreme Court decision in mid-1960 was in the case of a company making sewer pipe from clay which it mined.
It was up to her to save Poor John, dear John, to undo the wrong she had done, but she trembled at the decision as at the brink of a cold stream.
After the surprise was over, Linda was almost as pleased as anyone with John's good luck, though she agreed with Bobbie's decision some months later to move to Funk Furnaces.
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If we have not thought and made a decision entirely in these terms, then we need to submit ourselves to the following `` simple test '': `` Have we decided how we are to kill the other members of our household in the event of our being less injured than they are ''??
Digicel then issued court proceedings against the Regulator, arguing that he had acted improperly by imposing an arbitrary limit of three licenses ( although interestingly no complaint was made about the decision to prefer BVI Cable TV's improbable license over Digicel ).
Disraeli wrote a personal letter to Gladstone, asking him to place the good of the party above personal animosity: " Every man performs his office, and there is a Power, greater than ourselves, that disposes of all this ..." In responding to Disraeli Gladstone denied that personal feelings played any role in his decision then and previously to accept office, while acknowledging that there were differences between him and Derby " broader than you may have supposed.
In addition to de facto renunciation through apostasy, heresy, or schism, the Roman Catholic Church envisaged from 1983 to 2009 the possibility of formal defection from the Church through a decision manifested personally, consciously and freely, and in writing, to the competent church authority, who was then to judge whether it was genuinely a case of " true separation from the constitutive elements of the life of the Church ... ( by ) an act of apostasy, heresy or schism.
Every decision made by German or opposing forces required time to gather information, make a decision, disseminate orders to subordinates, and then implement this decision through action.
However, because of the Reid v. Covert decision, the U. S. adds a reservation to the text of every treaty that says, in effect, that the U. S. intends to abide by the treaty, but if the treaty is found to be in violation of the Constitution, then the U. S. legally can't abide by the treaty since the U. S. signature would be ultra vires.
Katayama was made Vice President of the Nissan North American subsidiary in 1960, and as long as he was involved in decision making, both as North American Vice President from 1960 to 1965, and then President of Nissan Motor Company – USA from 1965 to 1975, the cars were sold as Datsuns.
The experimenters then present the subject rat with a decision between two food options ; the food previously eaten by the demonstrator, and a novel food.
Those considerations that are selected by the agent as having a more than negligible bearing on the decision then figure in a reasoning process, and if the agent is in the main reasonable, those considerations ultimately serve as predictors and explicators of the agent's final decision.
For a decision which generates multiple cash flows in multiple time periods, all the cash flows must be discounted and then summed into a single net present value.
The question whether a given Turing machine halts or not can be formulated as a first-order statement, which would then be susceptible to the decision algorithm.
When the film workprint had been cut to a satisfactory state, it was then used to make an edit decision list ( EDL ).
" Concerning the decision of Zambia, Greenpeace has stated that, " it was obvious to us that if no non-GM aid was being offered then they should absolutely accept GM food aid.
Ministers are then proposed both by the Chief Minister and any other elected member, the final decision being made by the States assembly.
Having found for the plaintiff for a violation of the first law, the court then has the discretion to exercise judicial economy and refuse to make a decision on the remaining two claims, on the grounds that the finding of one violation should be sufficient to satisfy the plaintiff.
A jury trial ( or trial by jury ) is a legal proceeding in which a jury either makes a decision or makes findings of fact which are then applied by a judge.
The decision to award so much of Romania to the Hungarians was Hitler's, as Ribbentrop himself spent most of the Vienna conference loudly attacking the Hungarian delegation for their coolness towards attacking Czechoslovakia in 1938 and then demanding more than their fair share of the spoils.
There is a link between the " decision " and " optimization " problems in that if there exists a polynomial algorithm that solves the " decision " problem, then one can find the maximum value for the optimization problem in polynomial time by applying this algorithm iteratively while increasing the value of k.
On the other hand, if an algorithm finds the optimal value of optimization problem in polynomial time, then the decision problem can be solved in polynomial time by comparing the value of the solution output by this algorithm with the value of k.
The League Council examined the dispute, but then passed on their findings to the Conference of Ambassadors to make the final decision.