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More, relying on legal precedent and the maxim " qui tacet consentire videtur " ( literally, who ( is ) silent is seen to consent ), understood that he could not be convicted as long as he did not explicitly deny that the King was Supreme Head of the Church, and he therefore refused to answer all questions regarding his opinions on the subject.
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More recent research has eroded this confidence, questioning many of the assumptions used with the Sothic Cycle, and as a result experts have moved away from relying on this Cycle.
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More of an agricultural nation, they have relied on their warriors only for defense and for survival in the endless wars of the plains.
More important is the simple human point that all men suffer, and that it is a kind of anthropological-religious pride on the part of the Jew to believe that his suffering is more poignant than mine or anyone else's.
More unitized lumber is being shipped on flat cars, and NLRDA studies show that flat cars loaded with the new Type 6-B floating-load method can be unloaded for as little as $.054/mbf.
More than anything, it is the therapist's intuitive sensing of these latent meanings in the stereotype which helps these meanings to become revealed, something like a spread-out deck of cards, on sporadic occasions over the passage of the patient's and his months of work together.
Some who have written on Utopia have treated it as `` a learned diversion of a learned world '', `` a phantasy with which More amused himself '', `` a holiday work, a spontaneous overflow of intellectual high spirits, a revel of debate, paradox, comedy and invention ''.
More often, though, he is so accustomed to submitting to authority on the job without argument that he lives by the same rule at home.
More than 11 thousand business establishments in the United States were based on cereals and oilseeds in 1954.
More than 500 juniors and seniors are taking part in the program and 100 firms offer jobs on an educational rather than a need basis.
More than 20 million people live on farms and they own a fourth of the nation's trucks, buy more gasoline than any other industry and provide a major market for home appliances, chemicals and other products.
More than a beautiful visualization of the illustrious adventures and escapades of the tragi-comic knight-errant and his squire, Sancho Panza, in seventeenth-century Spain, this inevitably abbreviated rendering of the classic satire on chivalry is an affectingly warm and human exposition of character.
More and more boats move overland on wheels ( 1.8 million trailers are now in use ) and Midwesterners taking long weekends can travel south with their craft.
More and more, these days, she'd been driving that pretty little mare that looked like her, over to Tillie's and Nick's -- his own old square frame box on posts, chickens and cats and pups under the house, everybody friendly inside, making a to-do over the babies dressed like dollies.
More recently, it has extended those efforts to controls on conflict diamonds, the primary source of revenue for UNITA.
More advanced methods of locating objects in the sky include telescope mounts with setting circles, which assist with pointing telescopes to positions in the sky that are known to contain objects of interest, and GOTO telescopes, which are fully automated telescopes that are capable of locating objects on demand ( having first been calibrated ).
Parsons released titles under his name ( Try Anything Once, On Air, The Time Machine, and A Valid Path ), while Woolfson made concept albums named Freudiana ( about Sigmund Freud's work on psychology ) and Poe: More Tales of Mystery and Imagination ( continuing from the Alan Parsons Project's first album about Edgar Allan Poe's literature ).
More broadly, scholars in the field define aesthetics as " critical reflection on art, culture and nature.
More recent classifications are based on similarity of the carbon skeleton ( e. g., indole -, isoquinoline -, and pyridine-like ) or biogenetic precursor ( ornithine, lysine, tyrosine, tryptophan, etc .).
More recently, " Twilight Zone " by 2 Unlimited was sung a cappella to the instrumentation on the comedy television series Tompkins Square.
More controversially, officials of the Federal Reserve assisted in the negotiations that led to this bail-out, on the grounds that so many companies and deals were intertwined with LTCM that if LTCM actually failed, they would as well, causing a collapse in confidence in the economic system.
More recently, the horn section of Antibalas have been guest musicians on TV On The Radio's highly acclaimed 2008 album Dear Science, as well as on British band Foals ' 2008 album, Antidotes.
A footpath continues on to the hamlet of Culnacraig, then along the coast past Ben More Coigach to Strathcanaird.
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More specifically, it involves study of the different legal systems in existence in the world, including the common law, the civil law, socialist law, Islamic law, Hindu law, and Chinese law.
More than 50 international offices called " legal attachés " exist in U. S. embassies and consulates general worldwide.
According to his friend, the theologian Desiderius Erasmus of Rotterdam, More once seriously contemplated abandoning his legal career to become a monk.
More was an affectionate father who wrote letters to his children whenever he was away on legal or government business, and encouraged them to write to him often.
More recent studies have demonstrated that most of the magistrates ' legal work was in civil disputes, and that there was an elaborate system of civil law which used the criminal code to establish torts.
More serious departures from social norms carry labels such as misbehavior and labels from the legal system, such as misdemeanor and crime.
More importantly, in aboriginal professional legal education, the work of Aboriginal people to define and create contemporary aboriginal education is a thing of its own kind having sui generis admissions and sui generis curriculum.
More limited are legalizations of some forms of assisted suicide ( legal in Japan, the Netherlands, Belgium, Switzerland, Albania, Oregon and Washington ) and cannabis use ( see legality of cannabis by country ).
Declining wharfage trade, light industry and factories have given way to residential development, shops, restaurants, galleries, bars and most notably major office developments housing international headquarters of accountancy, legal and other professional services consultances, most notably along London Bridge City and More London between Tooley Street and the riverside.
More specific functions include " legislative drafting ", " legal aid ", " the prerogative of mercy " ( advising the President ), " liquor licensing " and " film censorship ".
More than half of EPA human resources are engineers, scientists, and environmental protection specialists ; other groups include legal, public affairs, financial, and information technologists.
More importantly, when these assumptions are correct, truth is no longer the goal, justice is denied to the parties involved, and the overall integrity of the legal system called into question.
More printers and publishers followed, mainly supplying the legal trade in the four Law Inns around the area.
More about the difficulty in turning an offence into a legal act can be found in Felstiner & Sarat ’ s ( 1981 ) study, which describes three steps a victim ( of any dispute ) must go through before turning to the justice system: naming – giving the assault a definition, blaming – understanding who is responsible for the violation of rights and facing them, and finally, claiming – turning to the authorities.
More treaties were then made with other powers, further undermining national revenue and legal rights.
More specifically, when marriage rights are exclusive to opposite-sex couples, all same-sex couples, be they gay, lesbian, straight or mixed, are prevented from enjoying marriage ’ s corresponding legal privileges, especially those regarding property rights, health benefits, and child custody.
More importantly, kinship and descent enters the legal system by virtue of intestacy, the laws that at common law determine who inherits the estates of the dead in the absence of a will.
More than 36 million syringes were distributed annually, mostly through large, legal urban programs operating a stationary site.
More importantly, the new dynasty proceeded to create a legal and political system whose basic features would continue under the Konbaung dynasty well into the 19th century.
More than 10, 000 same-sex couples married in Massachusetts in the first four years after such marriages became legal on May 17, 2004.