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Denouncing and is
Denouncing an " accelerated policy of Islamisation " and a " breach of the constitutional principle of secularism ", she claimed that Quick had been owned by the French state since October 2006 and that the UMP state is the owner of Quick through the Caisse des dépôts et consignations ( Qualium Investissement subsidiary ), which holds 99. 63 % of its capital.
Denouncing a " double standards diplomacy ", she claimed that the Economic Community of West African States ( ECOWAS ) is not legitimate to decide a military intervention in Côte d ' Ivoire since it had not intervened in Niger after the coup d ' état led by Salou Djibo on 18 February 2010.

Denouncing and itself
Denouncing the Jacobin dictatorship, Jean Varlet wrote in 1794 that " government and revolution are incompatible, unless the people wishes to set its constituted authorities in permanent insurrection against itself.

Denouncing and declared
Denouncing the official results as fraudulent, Mba Abessole declared himself President and appointed RNB First Secretary Pierre-André Kombila as Prime Minister.

Denouncing and be
" Denouncing the undue burden standard of Casey as illegitimate, Scalia called for Casey to be overruled.

Denouncing and .
Denouncing Telemann as an " opera musician ", Kuhnau petitioned the city council several times against the younger composer.
Cicero Denouncing Catiline by Cesare Maccari. One of several political conflicts in the Roman Republic during this century
Denouncing her as a whore, he makes her swear on the Bible never to see Surtees again and to lock herself in her room.
* Anti-Copperhead Broadside Denouncing Former Pres.
Soane acquired three works by his friend J. M. W. Turner: St Hugues Denouncing Vegeance on the Shepherd of Cormayer Val D ’ Aoust ( an oil painting ), Kirkstall Abbey ( watercolour ) & Admiral Van Tromp ’ s Barge entering the Texel ( an oil painting ).
Denouncing the name Ben Carter and calling it his " slave name ," Ben Ammi says that in 1966 he had a " vision ," in which the Archangel Gabriel called him to take his people, African Americans, back to the Holy Land of Israel.
Denouncing her perceived betrayal, Cobra Commander abandoned his wife and took Billy with him.
Denouncing the project since its outset, some indigenous communities, NGOs, and human rights organizations have objected to the HGDP's goals based on perceived issues of scientific racism, colonialism, biocolonialism ( patenting ), informed consent and the prospect of biological warfare.
Denouncing Deng Xiaoping concerns 800 million people.
" Bruckner agrees that the history of the twentieth century attests to the fanaticism of modernity, but argues that the modern thought that issued from the Enlightenment proved capable of criticizing its own errors, and that " Denouncing the excesses of the Enlightenment in the concepts that it forged means being true to its spirit.
Denouncing the agreement to the Belém press, the journalist has to escape.
Denouncing the mill owners, sympathizing with the toil of textile workers, Ettor called for an even larger walkout.
Denouncing the secretary asas glorious and as malicious a harlot as any that I know ’, Bonner also accused Mason of treasonous contact with Cardinal Pole and described him as a papist.
Denouncing the idolatry and ritualistic worship prevalent in Hinduism at the time, he worked towards reviving Vedic ideologies.

view and sexual
* Scullard: A critical view of Agrippina, suggesting she was ambitious and unscrupulous and a depraved sexual psychopath.
The view was most widely promoted in a book published by Dr. William Crook that hypothesized a variety of common symptoms such as fatigue, PMS, sexual dysfunction, asthma, psoriasis, digestive and urinary problems, multiple sclerosis, and muscle pain could be caused by subclinical infections of C. albicans.
They cite these issues when arguing for a change in theological views on sexual relationships to what they say is an earlier view.
A stricter view is held by the Shakers, who prohibit marriage ( and sexual intercourse under any circumstances ) as a violation of chastity.
Most view sexual relations as appropriate only within a marriage.
Heteronormativity denotes or relates to a world view that promotes heterosexuality as the normal or preferred sexual orientation for people to have.
On the other hand, some people adopt the view that pleasure is its own justification for sexual activity.
The Harmonites tended to view unmarried celibate life as morally superior to marriage, based on Rapp's belief that God had originally created Adam as a dual being, having male and female sexual organs.
Conservative Judaism's Committee on Jewish Law and Standards, which until December 2006 held the same position as Orthodoxy, recently issued multiple opinions under its philosophy of pluralism, with one opinion continuing to follow the Orthodox position and another opinion substantially liberalizing its view of homosexual sex and relationships while continuing to regard certain sexual acts as prohibited.
However, Sheldon's view of sexual politics could be ambiguous, as in the ending of " Houston, Houston, Do You Read ?," where a society of female clones must deal with three time-traveling male astronauts.
The conventional view in biology is that there are two major drives in love: sexual attraction and attachment.
However, lesbians who held a more essentialist view that they had been born homosexual and used the descriptor " lesbian " to define sexual attraction, often considered the separatist, angry opinions of lesbian-feminists to be detrimental to the cause of gay rights.
According to scholar James Butrica, lesbianism " challenged not only the Roman male's view of himself as the exclusive giver of sexual pleasure but also the most basic foundations of Rome's male-dominated culture ".
Up to this study, only physicians and psychiatrists studied sexual behavior, and almost always the results were interpreted with a moral view.
A Wiccan altar belonging to Doreen Valiente, displaying the Wiccan view of sexual duality in divinity.
" Among radical feminists, the view became widely held that, thus far, the sexual freedoms gained in the sexual revolution of the 1960s — in particular, the decreasing emphasis on monogamy — had been largely gained by men at women's expense.
However within many religions there are also people who view the two sexual orientations positively, and many religious denominations may bless same-sex marriages and support LGBT rights, and the amount of those that do are continuously increasing around the world as much of the developed world enacts laws supporting LGBT rights.
He expressed the view that this was " an accepted political act, nothing sexual about it ; ... a bit like a modern-day photo opportunity ".
In his view, a gay man who was confused about his sexual identity and felt himself to be “ a woman with the wish to be loved by a man ” was not a promising candidate for cure.
In Haldeman's view, those participants in the study who reported change were bisexual at the outset, and its authors wrongly interpreted capacity for heterosexual sex as change of sexual orientation.
In that view, many human artefacts could be considered subject to sexual selection as part of the extended phenotype, for instance clothing that enhances sexually selected traits.
Modern Judaism and Islam view sexual intercourse between husband and wife as a spiritual and edifying action.
One approach to sex education is to view it as necessary to reduce risk behaviors such as unprotected sex, and equip individuals to make informed decisions about their personal sexual activity.

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