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" Every sign of unjust discrimination in their regard should be avoided.
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::: Every Bill which shall have passed the House of Representatives and the Senate, shall, before it become a Law, be presented to the President of the United States ; If he approves he shall sign it, but if not he shall return it, with his Objections to that House in which it shall have originated ...
Every non-negative real number a has a unique non-negative square root, called the principal square root, which is denoted by, where √ is called the radical sign or radix.
Every New Year's Eve, when the two-digit year designation in the Match Game sign was updated, there was a New Year's party with the cast and studio audience.
Every peculiarity of diction, every particle, every sign, is to be considered as of higher importance, as having a wider relation and as being of deeper meaning than it seems to have.
Every person not entitled to enter the house by right of living within upon seeing such a sign shall not enter the house by day or by night, but shall keep as far away as his business will permit.
Every Wake Forest undergraduate student who lives on campus is required to sign up for some form of a meal plan in coordination with Aramark.
Every Polish town was bounded to put up a quantity of soldiers-this was a conspicuous sign of a power of a given town how much soldiers it had to put up.
Every student is required to sign the Code, which reads, " As a member of the Rhodes College community, I pledge my full and steadfast support to the Honor System and agree neither to lie, cheat, nor steal and to report any such violation that I may witness.
Every student matriculating at Hamilton must sign a pledge to observe the Honor Code, and many examinations are not proctored.
Every night, Russell claimed he gave Cosmatos a shot list for the next day, and developed a " secret sign language " on set to exert influence.
Every Belgrade taxi company has to have 2 signs: a company unique sign and a smaller blue sign with 4 white numbers – a unique number of each vehicle of Belgrade taxi.
Every commodity is listed separately, and there is never any sign of equivalence between one unit and another.
Every year on the immediately preceding Sunday of Makar Sankranti ( i. e. the Sunday just before the date when the Sun is about to enter the sign of Capricorn as per Indian Astrological / Sidereal calendar ), Swaadhyaaya Bhavan Ashram ( based at Mahalaxmi Nagar, Maheshwar ) organizes Mahaamrityunjaya Rath Yaatraa in the town of Maheshwar.
Every time a prominent Catalan nationalist dies, in a sign of grievance, his comrades cover with a black cloth the part in the estelada with the four bars of the Catalan flag, leaving the star visible as a sign that they will continue pursuing the same ideals.
Every morning students had assembly and they would bow to the Japanese as a sign of their respect and loyalty to the Japanese Emperor.
Every American should be grateful for their service, and I am honored to sign this bill to finally give them some of the hard-earned recognition they deserve.
Every newly elected king was required sign two documents-the Pacta conventa (" agreed pacts ")-a confirmation of the king's pre-election promises, and Henrican articles ( artykuły henrykowskie, named after the first freely elected king, Henry of Valois ).
Norris noted that " Every man is listening intently at all times, responding sensitively to mutual hints and directions ", and stated " The empathy between Carter, Williams and Hancock, the way they anticipate each other, push each other, support each other, and phrase together-all this without a sign of strain-is really amazing ".
Every thatched building was burnt out, although those with slates were saved from serious damage ; the Durham Ox sign was burnt down.
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While he admits the existence of caste-based discrimination, he writes that " Every social group cannot be regarded as a race simply because we want to protect it against prejudice and discrimination ".
( 1 ) Every individual is equal before and under the law and has the right to the equal protection and equal benefit of the law without discrimination and, in particular, without discrimination based on race, national or ethnic origin, colour, religion, sex, age or mental or physical disability.
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Every morning early, in the summer, we searched the trunks of the trees as high as we could reach for the locust shells, carefully detached their hooked claws from the bark where they hung, and stabled them, a weird faery herd, in an angle between the high roots of the tulip tree, where no grass grew in the dense shade.
Every pitch in the game brought forth a howl from the enraptured audience and every fly ball the visitors dropped ( and because their right fielder was still a little fuzzy from drink, they dropped many ) called forth yelps of derision.
Every actor who has opened in the role of Pseudolus on Broadway ( Zero Mostel, Phil Silvers and Nathan Lane ) won a Best Actor Tony Award for their performance.
Every person should be identified uniquely as resident in one place but where they happen to be on census day, their de facto residence, may not be the best place to count them.
Every able-bodied Muslim is obliged to make the pilgrimage to Mecca at least once in their lifetime.
Every gymnast starts at a different point on the vault runway depending on their height and strength.
Every new piece of information added helps the improvisers to refine their characters and progress the action of the scene.
Every day most Jains bow and say their universal prayer, the Navakar Mantra which is also known variously as Panch Parmesthi Sutra, Panch Namaskar Sutra.
Every party committee and party organizational department, from the all-union level in Moscow to the district and city levels, prepared two lists according to their needs.
Every time a customer finishes paying for their items ( or a person steps off the escalator, or the machine part is removed from the assembly line, etc.
Every family or rental agency has to pay a replacement tax to support these shelters, or alternatively own a personal shelter in their place of residence.
Every automobile owner is familiar with this concept when they take in their car to have the oil changed or brakes checked.
Every resultant is either a sum or a difference of the co-operant forces ; their sum, when their directions are the same -- their difference, when their directions are contrary.
Every Saturday morning it hosts a large outdoor market or " mercadillo ", where many gypsies come and sell their wares of fruits and vegetables, clothes and shoes, and other odds and ends.
Every effort was to be made to induce the British to reinforce their forward positions, where the German artillery could engage them.
* Hardy and Littlewood listed as their Conjecture I: " Every large odd number ( n > 5 ) is the sum of a prime and the double of a prime.
Every year ships would come from London to the Pacific ( via Cape Horn ) to drop off supplies and trade goods in their trading posts in the Pacific Northwest and pick up the accumulated furs used to pay for these supplies.
Pirate luminaries such as William Kidd, Henry Every, John Bowen, and Thomas Tew made Antongil Bay and Nosy Boraha ( St. Mary ’ s Island ) ( a small island 12 miles off the north-east coast of Madagascar ) their bases of operations.
Every evening, about an hour and a quarter, known as Quiet Hour, is set aside during which boys are expected to study or prepare work for their teachers if not otherwise engaged.
Every member of the punk band The Ramones took the pseudonymous " Ramone " surname as part of their collective stage persona.