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" Every dynasty that self-consciously adopted this administrative practice powerfully reinforced this Sinocentric concept throughout the history of imperial China.
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Every natural-born citizen of a foreign state who is also an American citizen and every natural-born American citizen who is a citizen of a foreign land owes a double allegiance, one to the United States, and one to his homeland ( in the event of an immigrant becoming a citizen of the US ), or to his adopted land ( in the event of an emigrant natural born citizen of the US becoming a citizen of another nation ).
Every adult and wise woman without husband although reserves the right to accept concubinage for her employer / master without any coercion or force, but Islamic scholars have consensus that for sex relations options of Nikkah and Muta should be adopted instead of concubinage in this era.
Every Indian who receives a land allotment " and has adopted the habits of civilized life " ( lived separate and apart from the tribe ) is bestowed with United States citizenship " without in any manner impairing or otherwise affecting the right of any such Indian to tribal or other property "
The Body of Liberties adopted in 1641 by the Massachusetts Bay colonists states, “ Every married woman shall be free from bodily correction or stripes by her husband, unless it be in his own defense from her assault .” In the United States, legal decisions in Mississippi ( 1824 ) and North Carolina ( 1868 and 1874 ) make reference to — and reject — an unnamed " old doctrine " or " ancient law " by which a man was allowed to beat his wife with a stick no wider than his thumb.
In 1928 he again ran for governor, campaigning with the slogan, " Every man a king, but no one wears a crown ," a phrase adopted from Democratic presidential candidate William Jennings Bryan.
When SSB discovered that semen made a good invisible ink his agents adopted the motto " Every man his own stylo ".
Every one of the stewards and officials wore on their lapel a small silken bow the center of which was white, while on one side was green and on the other side orange and had long been recognized as the colors which the Irish Republican Brotherhood had adopted as the Irish national banner.
Some laws in past centuries have however specifically prohibited punitive wife-beating: " The Body of Liberties adopted in 1641 by the Massachusetts Bay colonists states, ' Every married woman shall be free from bodily correction or stripes by her husband, unless it be in his own defense from her assault.
Every political position adopted by NEA was brought by one of its members to the annual Representative Assembly, where it was considered on the floor, debated, and voted on by elected delegates.
The team adopted a motto – " Every Man a Tiger " – and went on to score 174 points while allowing its opponents just 29 points.
Article 21 ( 1 ) of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union states that Every citizen of the Union shall have the right to move and reside freely within the territory of the Member States, subject to the limitations and conditions laid down in this Treaty and by the measures adopted to give it effect.
The team adopted a motto-" Every Man a Tiger "-and went on to score 174 points while allowing its opponents just 29 points.
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Every Gau ( administrative region of Germany ) was also expected to hold a small remembrance ceremony.
Every citizen who is thirty-five or older is eligible to be nominated for the presidency ; and must be nominated by either twenty or more representatives from Houses of the Oireachtas ( similar to America ’ s House of Representatives ) or four administrative counties.
Every province has a Communist Party of China provincial committee, headed by a secretary beside the two special administrative regions.
Every faculty, school and department has its own administrative body, the members of which are democratically elected on the basis of collective processes.
* Every Company is required to have sound administrative and accounting procedures and adequate internal control mechanisms.
* Chapel Talks: Every final year student must give a speech on a moral or spiritual topic before the entire student body, faculty and administrative staff during a daily chapel service.
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Every night when he wanted a drink of water, didn't he practice being fearless by not turning on the bathroom light??
Every Shintaido practice begins with warming-up exercises designed to soften and extend the body until it can move naturally, without the tensions of everyday life.
Every practice of the infant's movement intended to advance the integration of behavior favourable to development in the experimental framework appeared to be selected from an excess of movement in the trial of imitation.
Every castle she lived in was equipped with a gymnasium, the Knights ' Hall of the Hofburg was converted into one, mats and balance beams were installed in her bedchamber so that she could practice on them each morning, and the imperial villa at Ischl was fitted with gigantic mirrors so that she could correct every movement and position.
Every adult Swiss citizen is eligible, but in practice, only Members of Parliament or more rarely, members of Cantonal governments are nominated by the political parties and receive a substantial amount of votes.
Every large town had its own area of responsibility and went about the maintenance of its own defence arrangements, which in practice however meant that they were badly prepared for a siege.
Every church is required to celebrate the Eucharist at least once a week, and to practice open communion, meaning that recipients need not be a member of the MCC or any other church to receive the Eucharist.
#" Every boy should be trained to practice absolute Brahmacharya and then, and then alone faith and Shraddha will come.
" Every person has the right, either individually or in community with others, and both in public and in private, to manifest religion or belief in worship, observance, practice or teaching.
Every succeeding sovereign has renewed the arrangement made between George III and parliament and the practice has, since the nineteenth century, been recognised as " an integral part of the Constitution would be difficult to abandon ", especially as resuming control of the income from the Crown Estate would cause the monarch to be liable for the cost of the civil government, civil and diplomatic services.
" Every man is free to pursue the religious belief that best suits him, and to practice its ceremonies, devotions or cults, as long as they do not constitute a crime.
Every art is concerned with bringing something into being, and the practice of an art is the study of how to bring into being something that is capable either of being or of not being.
Every Wednesday congregational practice takes place, in which the whole school sings, and practices hymns, psalms, prayers and chapel routine.
In 1977, British playwright Tom Stoppard wrote the play Every Good Boy Deserves Favour that criticized the Soviet practice of treating political dissidence as a form of mental illness.
" “ Every reasonable person believes in animal rights ,” he says, continuing that " we might conclude that certain practices cannot be defended and should not be allowed to continue, if, in practice, mere regulation will inevitably be insufficient — and if, in practice, mere regulation will ensure that the level of animal suffering will remain very high.
Every year, students from Shimizu High School practice singing the symphony, for an end of the year concert.
Every high school is expected to practice wrestling at two levels: varsity and junior varsity, although wrestling at the freshmen ( ninth grade ) level is becoming more widespread.
Chumbley considered the practice of willed dreaming essential as a means of interacting directly and consciously with the spiritual dimensions he called ' the High Sabbat '; according to him " Every word, deed and thought can empower, magnetise, and establish points of receptivity for a magical dream, likewise any of these means can do the opposite-fixating perception in a manner that is not receptive-that seals the soul in the body instead of enabling it to go forth at will.