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The Act was first successfully used in March 2001, when Republicans in both houses of Congress passed a Joint Resolution of Disapproval to invalidate OSHA regulation regarding musculoskeletal disorders.
Disapproval was reserved for the doctrinal aspects of " The Dream of Gerontius " repugnant to Anglicans, such as Purgatory.
Disapproval of Ord's initial plans seemed to have evaporated by the time Government House was completed in 1869, as attested to in a report in The Straits Times on 24 April of that year, " Far better to have a handsome memorial of extravagance to stare us in the face, than a memory of folly, in a half finished, or even badly finished work.
Disapproval was expressed by some local residents at the demolition of a Drive-In movie area on the site.
The 2011 college production was A Chorus of Disapproval by Alan Ayckbourn.

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The films Little Voice, Possession, and A Chorus of Disapproval were filmed on location in Scarborough and the surrounding area.

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Alternatively, a play might be about the production of a play, and include the performance of all or part of the play, as in Noises Off, A Chorus of Disapproval, Les feluettes or The Producers.

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Disapproval of feminine " forwardness ", however, kept many out of print in the early part of the period, and even as the century progressed women authors still felt the need to justify their incursions into the public sphere by claiming economic necessity or the pressure of friends.
* In 1984 in the play ( and later film ) A Chorus of Disapproval by Alan Ayckbourn, an amateur production of The Beggar's Opera is a major plot driver and excerpts are performed.
Disapproval of Linggadjati terms within the KNIP led Sukarno to issue a decree doubling KNIP membership by including many pro-agreement appointed members.
Disapproval of what he viewed as specifically Romanian traits had been present in his works (" In any maxim, in any proverb, in any reflection, our people expresses the same shyness in front of life, the same hesitation and resignation ... [...] Everyday Romanian are dumbfounding.
Disapproval voting is any voting system that allows many voters to express formal disapproval simultaneously, in a system where they all share some power.
His directing credits include Soulpepper's productions of Death of a Salesman, Twelfth Night, As you Like It, Oh What a Lovely War, The Caretaker, Waiting for Godot, No Man's Land, A Chorus of Disapproval, The Time of Your Life, and Susan Coyne's Kingfisher Days for the Tarragon Theatre.
He directed adaptations of the Alan Ayckbourn musical play A Chorus of Disapproval with Anthony Hopkins and the Agatha Christie novel Appointment with Death in 1988.
Disapproval of the remaining depressed highway by Baltimore citizens, as well as environmental groups, has earned it the common nicknames of " The Highway to Nowhere " and " The Ditch "; in addition, other names include the " Westside Freeway " and the " Franklin – Mulberry Expressway ", both referring to its location in the city.
*" Evidence of Political Manipulation at the Justice Department: How Tom DeLay's Redistricting Plan Avoided Voting Rights Act Disapproval ", by Mark Posner, FindLaw. com Legal News, December 6, 2005.

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Less respect for the legal conventions was displayed by Castro's right hand man, Che Guevara, who edified the Inter-American Economic and Social council meeting in Montevideo by reading two secret American documents purloined from the United States embassy at Caracas, Venezuela.
The Twenty-second Soviet Communist Party Congress opens in Moscow today in a situation contrasting sharply with the script prepared many months ago when this meeting was first announced.
At a recent meeting of the Women's Association of the Trumbull Ave. United Presbyterian Church, considerable use was made of material from The Detroit News on the King James version of the New Testament versus the New English Bible.
It was often re-enacted in less wild form at the Wednesday night prayer meeting.
The next morning, as the clock struck nine, he appeared at the Council meeting in the Town Hall and insisted that the couple would have to be punished if the Church was to be respected.
An exhibit, `` Macropathology -- An Ancient Art, A New Science '', was presented at the annual meeting of the American Medical Association.
At the recent horse show convention in New York it was stated that this Intermediate Judging Class is meeting with great success and will be a great help to future judges in the horse world.
This meeting was called to determine how these groups might cooperate to launch what is known as the Outdoor Education Project.
A little later the district attorney woke up, emerged from under the couch, looked at his watch, and realized he had an engagement that very hour to address a meeting of the Culture Forum on `` The Civic Spirit of the Southland '', in the Byzantine room of the hotel where his wife, as president of the forum, was to preside.
Under the circumstances, I had difficulty keeping up with the conversation on the phone, but when I hung up I was reasonably certain that Francesca had wanted to remind me of our town meeting the next evening, and how important it was that Hank and I be there.
In his famous meeting with Nixon a couple of years ago he seemed to believe that he was as funny as Ed Wynn.
The final step was a vote for a $230,000 bond issue for the construction of a sewage system by the 1959 town meeting, later confirmed by a two-thirds vote at a special town meeting June 21, 1960.
The Providence Daily Post's editor wrote that he could not believe that a meeting honoring Brown was to be held in Providence.
The first speaker was Amos C. Barstow who had been unanimously chosen president of the meeting.
On the morning following the Pratt Hall meeting the editor of the Providence Daily Journal wrote that although the meeting was milder and less extreme than those held in other areas for similar purposes, it could have been avoided completely.
Just about the most enthralling real-life example of meeting cute is the Charles MacArthur-Helen Hayes saga: reputedly all he did was give her a handful of peanuts, but he said simultaneously, `` I wish they were emeralds ''.
But as November 1924 drew close the Democratic hierarchy was sorely troubled by grapevine reports that O'Banion was being wooed by the opposition, and was meeting and conferring with important Republicans.
What was called an `` accidental meeting '' with Miss Packard in Washington turned her attention to Spelman.
The size of Saud's family was still being debated when the King appeared for his first meeting with Eisenhower.
In the Blue Ridge meeting, the audience was warned that entering a candidate for governor would force it to take petitions out into voting precincts to obtain the signatures of registered voters.

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She has referenced this independence from major labels in song more than once, including " The Million You Never Made " ( Not A Pretty Girl ), which discusses the act of turning down a lucrative contract, " The Next Big Thing " ( Not So Soft ), which describes an imagined meeting with a label head-hunter who evaluates the singer based on her looks, and " Napoleon " ( Dilate ), which sympathizes sarcastically with an unnamed friend who did sign with a label.
In 1804, at the annual meeting of the North West Company in Kaministiquia, Thompson was made a full partner of the company and spent the next few seasons based there managing the fur trading operations but still finding time to expand his surveys of the waterways around Lake Superior.
As part of their struggle against Hellenistic civilization, the Pharisees established what may have been the world's first national male ( religious ) education and literacy program, based around meeting houses.
This Act was created to promote employment of older persons based on their ability rather than age ; to prohibit arbitrary age discrimination in employment ; to help employers and workers find ways of meeting problems arising from the impact of age on employment because in the face of rising productivity and affluence, older workers find themselves disadvantaged in their efforts to retain employment, and especially to regain employment when displaced from jobs ; the setting of arbitrary age limits regardless of potential for job performance has become a common practice, and certain otherwise desirable practices may work to the disadvantage of older persons ; the incidence of unemployment, especially long-term unemployment with resultant deterioration of skill, morale, and employer acceptability is, relative to the younger ages, high among older workers ; their numbers are great and growing ; and their employment problems grave ; and the existence in industries affecting commerce, of arbitrary discrimination in employment because of age, burdens commerce and the free flow of goods in commerce.
In early 1927, Mao returned to Hunan where, in an urgent meeting held by the Communist Party, he made a report based on his investigations of the peasant uprisings in the wake of the Northern Expedition.
Dr. Kingsley Ridgway offered himself as a Melbourne based " field representative " for a possible Australian branch of the Wesleyan Methodist Church of America, after meeting an American serviceman who was a member of that denomination.
Legend has it that the mountain is based on a doodle made by W. W. Hodkinson during a meeting with Adolph Zukor.
After that, it served as the home of Parliament, which had been meeting there since the thirteenth century, and the seat of the Royal Courts of Justice, based in and around Westminster Hall.
In a second five year plan, which came out of a consultative meeting held in March 2007 with partners, the programme will additionally, work with a number of Partner Universities to develop full fledged Master's degree programmes to be based at African Universities.
Revivalists ' techniques were based on the camp meeting, with its Scottish Presbyterian roots.
This is based on minutes of a meeting held in 1907 ( found at the local library in 1982 ), which was noted to be the fourth AGM of the club, as well as a time capsule from 1931 ( unearthed during renovations of the club house ) in which documents record then President and Gen. Secretary of Surf Lifesaving Australia unanimously declaring Bronte to be the first club.
At the 2007 meeting of the American Society for Surgery of the Hand, a former advocate of endoscopic carpal tunnel release, Thomas J. Fischer, MD, retracted his advocacy of the technique, based on his own personal assessment that the benefit of the procedure ( slightly faster recovery ) did not outweigh the risk of injury to the median nerve.
Although loosely based on the Andersen story, it was also said to have been inspired by the real-life meeting of Sergei Diaghilev with the British ballerina Diana Gould.
The matter was finally resolved in a June 2012 meeting of the Maryland Racing Commission, which unanimously ruled to change Secretariat's final time to 1: 53 based on testimony and analysis of the race replays.
Muller, referring to the date of a recent extinction at 11 million years before the present day, posits that Nemesis has a semi-major axis of about and suggests it is located ( supported by Yarris, 1987 ) near Hydra, based on a hypothetical orbit derived from original apogees of a number of atypical long-period comets that describe an orbital arc meeting the specifications of Muller's hypothesis.
The midweek meeting, typically held in the evening, includes a question-and-answer " Congregation Bible Study " ( 25 minutes ) based on a Watch Tower Society publication ,; the " Theocratic Ministry School " ( 30 minutes ), designed to train Witnesses in public speaking and proselytizing using talks and rehearsals of doorstop sermons ; and the " Service Meeting " ( 35 minutes ), following an agenda set in the Society's monthly newsletter Our Kingdom Ministry to train Witnesses to participate in the public ministry.
The township was renamed Carneys Point Township based on the results of a Township meeting held on November 10, 1976, after voters approved a referendum held eight days earlier.
Morrow created the character of Raymond after meeting Kim Peek, a real-life savant ; his characterization was based on both Peek and Bill Sackter, a good friend of Morrow who was the subject of Bill, an earlier film that Morrow wrote.
Claiming that his remarks were based on " intelligence ," Chen also said Soong promised during the meeting to oppose a proposed constitutional amendment that would allow for popular referendums on future constitutional amendments, in exchange for Beijing's approval for Soong to visit China.
The 1999 made-for-television movie Pirates of Silicon Valley ( and the book on which it is based, Fire in the Valley: The Making of the Personal Computer ) describes the role the Homebrew Computer Club played in creating the first personal computers, although the movie erroneously placed the meeting in Berkeley and misrepresented the meeting process.
The representations made by Lord Chelmsford and yourself last autumn as to the urgent need of strengthening Her Majesty's forces in South Africa were based upon the imminent danger of an invasion of Natal by the Zulus, and the inadequate means at that time at your disposal for meeting it.
However, since the Hebrew calendar was based on witnesses ' testimony, that had become far too dangerous to collect, Hillel II recommended change to a mathematically based calendar that was adopted at a clandestine, and maybe final, meeting in 358.

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