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Every subject had an obligation to protect the king's peace and assist in the suppression of riots.
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Every vessel in coastal and offshore waters is subject to the International Regulations for Preventing Collisions at Sea ( the COLREGS ).
Every year YCA presents Louder Than A Bomb, the world's largest team-based youth slam and subject of a forthcoming documentary by the same name.
Every member of the community was subject to criticism by committee or the community as a whole, during a general meeting.
Every member of the bands or tribes receiving a land allotment is subject to laws of the state or territory in which they reside.
Every new Lodge must be warranted or chartered by a Grand Lodge, but is subject to its direction only in enforcing the published Constitution of the jurisdiction.
Every pre-abelian category is of course an additive category, and many basic properties of these categories are described under that subject.
§ 1: " Every subject expects from the territorial prince security and protection, so it is the duty of the territorial prince, the rights of subjects to determine clearly and to guide the way of the actions how it is needed by universal and special prosperity.
“ Every machine is constructed for the purpose of performing certain mechanical operations, each of which supposes the existence of two other things besides the machine in question, namely, a moving power, and an object subject to the operation, which may be termed the work to be done.
Every new boy who enters the school is given a two week period of time called " grace " when he is not fully subject to all school rules and is shown the ropes by an assigned boy in the year above called a " Shepherd ".
In his book Nirvana: The Stories Behind Every Song, Chuck Crisafulli writes that the song " stands out in the Cobain canon as a song with a very specific genesis and a very real subject ".
: Every product is subject to a life-cycle including a growth phase followed by a maturity phase and finally an eventual period of decline as sales falls.
: Every law or resolution having the force of law, shall relate to but one subject, and that shall be expressed in the title.
Every governor since Ronald Reagan in 1968 has been subject to a recall effort, but Gray Davis was the first governor whose opponents gathered the necessary signatures to qualify for a special election.
Every feature on every manufactured part is subject to variation, therefore, the limits of allowable variation must be specified.
Durbin signed a contract with MGM in 1935 and made her first film appearance in a short subject, Every Sunday ( 1936 ), with another young contract player, Judy Garland.
Every Java 2D operation is subject to a transform, so that shapes may be translated, rotated, sheared, and scaled as they are drawn.
In a 2004 interview, Kadivar told a journalist, " Every member of society and every member of government is subject to the law.
A universal affirmative proposition, such as, ' Every man is white ' and a universal negative proposition having the same subject and predicate, such as, ' No man is white ,' are called contrary.
He was the subject of the film Every Child is Born a Poet: The Life and Work of Piri Thomas, by Jonathan Robinson, which featured a soundtrack by Kip Hanrahan.
He may have been the subject of a number of Elizabethan satires such as Thomas Nashe's Lenten Stuffe, Ben Jonson's Every Man in his Humour, and may have been the model of Shakespeare's Falstaff, who was originally given the name ' Oldcastle '.
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Every woman has had the experience of saying no when she meant yes, and saying yes when she meant no.
According to medical intuitive and author, Caroline Myss, who described chakras in her work Anatomy of the Spirit ( 1996 ), " Every thought and experience you've ever had in your life gets filtered through these chakra databases.
If the book itself, Animal Farm, had left any doubt of the matter, Orwell dispelled it in his essay Why I Write: ' Every line of serious work that I ’ ve written since 1936 has been written directly or indirectly against Totalitarianism ... dot, dot, dot, dot.
Every time the boy had an injury which caused him internal or external bleeding, the Tsarina called on Rasputin, and the Tsarevich subsequently got better.
Every country of Europe was invited, with the exceptions of Spain ( a World War II neutral that had sympathized with Axis powers ) and the small states of Andorra, San Marino, Monaco, and Liechtenstein.
She had a minor but memorable role as Ma Boggs the mother of Orville Boggs ( Geoffrey Lewis ) in the Clint Eastwood films Every Which Way but Loose and Any Which Way You Can.
Every legion had a large baggage train which included 640 mules ( 1 mule for every 8 legionaries ) only for the soldiers ' equipment.
Every S / 360 ( except for the Model 20, which was not a standard S / 360 ) had a byte-multiplexer channel and 1 or more selector channels.
Though Van Ronk was not gay, he had experienced police violence when he participated in antiwar demonstrations: " As far as I was concerned, anybody who'd stand against the cops was all right with me, and that's why I stayed in .... Every time you turned around the cops were pulling some outrage or another.
Earlier books such as What Every Girl Should Know ( Margaret Sanger, 1920 ) and A Marriage Manual ( Hannah and Abraham Stone, 1939 ) had broken the silence in which many people, women in particular, had grown up in.
Every Baronet of Ruddigore since then had fallen under the curse's influence, and died in agony once he could no longer bring himself to continue a life of crime.
Every temple however had to have two fires of which one was a hearth ( Latin focus ), representative of the fire ( Latin foculus ) of Vesta as the hearth of the city, and the main was the sacrificial ara.
After Gulf Winds ( 1976 ), an album of entirely self-composed songs, and From Every Stage ( 1976 ), a live album that had Baez performing songs " from every stage " of her career, Baez again parted ways with a record label when she moved to CBS Records for Blowin ' Away ( 1977 ) and Honest Lullaby ( 1979 ).