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His choice of title might have been partly influenced by the fact that in 1794 the conservative political philosopher and parliamentarian Edmund Burke, whom Disraeli admired, had turned down King George III's offer to raise him to the peerage as Lord Beaconsfield.
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choice and title
Lost in translation, a Taiwanese newspaper claimed that Mitchell's first choice of a title for the book was, " Tote Your Heavy Bag ".
In an aside, he cited the single mother title character in the television program Murphy Brown as an example of how popular culture contributes to this " poverty of values ", saying, " It doesn't help matters when primetime TV has Murphy Brown — a character who supposedly epitomizes today's intelligent, highly paid, professional woman — mocking the importance of fathers, by bearing a child alone, and calling it just another ' lifestyle choice.
# it counts the factors that connect or link the legal issues to the laws of potentially relevant states and applies the laws that have the greatest connection, e. g. the law of nationality ( lex patriae ) or domicile ( lex domicilii ) will define legal status and capacity, the law of the state in which land is situated ( lex situs ) will be applied to determine all questions of title, the law of the place where a transaction physically takes place or of the occurrence that gave rise to the litigation ( lex loci actus ) will often be the controlling law selected when the matter is substantive, but the proper law has become a more common choice.
The elder Jaggard has seemed an odd choice to many commentators, given his problematical relationship with the Shakespeare canon: Jaggard issued the suspect collection The Passionate Pilgrim in 1599 and 1612, and in 1619 printed the so-called False Folio, ten pirated or spurious Shakespearean plays, some with false dates and title pages.
Crawford wanted to play the title role in Mildred Pierce ( 1945 ), but Bette Davis was the studio's first choice.
In MacCormick v. Lord Advocate, the Scottish Court of Session ruled against the plaintiffs, finding that the Queen's title was a matter of her own choice and prerogative.
The Ehrlichs regret the choice of title, which they admit was a perfect choice from a marketing perspective, but think that " it led Paul to be miscategorized as solely focused on human numbers, despite our interest in all the factors affecting the human trajectory.
According to Thomas Erskine Holland writing in the Dictionary of National Biography, Jeremy Bentham's coinage " international law " derives from the phrase jus inter gentes implied by Zouch's 1650 choice of title.
By the war ’ s end, there were numerous competitors like George Munro and Robert DeWitt crowding the field, distinguishing their product only by title and the color choice of the paper wrappers.
Stig Björkman sees some similarity to Ingmar Bergman's simple and consistent title design, although Allen says that his own choice is a cost-saving device.
In his choice of the title for this book, Dawkins refers to the watchmaker analogy made famous by William Paley in his book Natural Theology.
The producer was unable to come up with a title and accepted the studio's choice, They Come from Another World that was assigned in summer 1955.
After being seen in Bergman's Academy Award – winning films and having been first choice for the title role of Dr. No, von Sydow finally went to America after agreeing to star in the film which led to much greater recognition, in the role of Jesus in George Stevens'all-star epic The Greatest Story Ever Told ( 1965 ).
The film has become a number one critic's choice over the years ; many of them title the film the best Christmas film ever.
Faced with hundreds of thousands of dollars in construction costs to wind down a project that could not garner funding, McGill was left with little choice but to trade Bull for title to the Highwater equipment.
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His choice of title reflected the fact that he was the great-great-great-grandson of Reverend the Hon.
Farley was the original choice to voice the title character of the DreamWorks animated film Shrek, but died before recording began.
In 2007, Downey was cast as the title character in the film Iron Man, with director Jon Favreau explaining the choice by stating: " Downey wasn't the most obvious choice, but he understood what makes the character tick.
The title comes from Linné's expeditions in the northern Nordic regions during the 18th century, and his choice of name was influenced by the history of the region.
choice and might
The disadvantages to this method are that you may not have as great a choice of models readily available or you may have to wait a few days or, during the busy tourist season, when cars are in great demand, you might find it fairly difficult to get a car at all.
These results might be weaker than, equivalent to, or stronger than the axiom of choice, depending on the strength of the technical foundations.
The 13th-century Moroccan biographer Ibn al-Zayyat al-Tadili and Qadi Ayyad before him in the 12th-century, note that Waggag's learning center was called Dar al-Murabitin ( The house of the Almoravids ), and that might have inspired Ibn Yasin's choice of name for the movement.
Like Case, many cyberpunk protagonists are manipulated, placed in situations where they have little or no choice, and although they might see things through, they do not necessarily come out any further ahead than they previously were.
The casuist might conclude that a person is wrong to lie in legal testimony under oath, but might argue that lying actually is the best moral choice if the lie saves a life.
However, if none of the larger parties can receive enough votes to form their preferred coalition, a grand coalition might be their only choice for forming a government.
A medium burning powder might actually be a better choice, as it could split the difference in powder weights while delivering more power and accuracy than the fastest powder.
Fromm also described Love as a conscious choice that in its early stages might originate as an involuntary feeling, but which then later no longer depends on those feelings, but rather depends only on conscious commitment.
Without the axiom of choice, there might exist cardinalities incomparable to ( namely, the cardinalities of Dedekind-finite infinite sets ).
For example, voters for a very left-wing candidate might select a moderately left-wing candidate as their second choice, thus minimizing the chances that their vote will result in the election of a right-wing candidate.
Harriet O ' Brien theorises that the choice of location might simply reflect the political affiliation of the area, the area of Westminster and nearby London being a powerbases for Harold.
He was then offered a choice: he might abdicate in favour of his son ; or he might resist, and relinquish the throne to one not of royal blood, but experienced in government — this, presumably, being Roger Mortimer.
To summarise, there may be insufficient trials to suppress the effects of the initial choice, and especially for large ( but finite ) systems the convergence might be very slow.
Hitler remarked privately in later years that his choice of Rosenberg, whom he regarded as weak and lazy, was strategic ; Hitler did not want the temporary leader of the Nazis to become overly popular or hungry for power, because a person with either of those two qualities might not want to cede the party leadership after Hitler's release.
" This choice led one reviewer to question if Fringes plot might be a homage to the Star Trek episode " Mirror, Mirror ", which featured an alternate reality " Mirror Universe " concept and an evil version of Spock distinguished by a goatee.
While the choice of north over south as prime direction reflects quite arbitrary historical factors, east and west are not nearly as natural alternatives as first glance might suggest.
Adeline Loyau and her colleagues responded to Takahashi ’ s study by voicing concern that alternative explanations for these results had been overlooked and that these might be essential for the understanding of the complexity of mate choice.
His explanation was that Villeneuve " was looking as though he might be a bit expensive " and that Patrick Tambay, the team's eventual choice for 1978, was showing similar promise.
The choice of the location of the settlements, for instance, was influenced not only by considerations of economic viability but also and even chiefly by the needs of local defence, overall settlement strategy, and by the role such blocks of settlements might play in some future, perhaps decisive all out struggle.
This article identifies the differences between those terms, the countries or backgrounds that show a preference for one or the other, and the implications the choice of words might have for a native Spanish speaker.
For example, the late W. R. Rearick gave him Il Tramonte ( see Gallery ) and he is an alternative choice for a number of drawings that might be by Titian or Giorgione, and both are sometimes credited with the design of some of his engravings.