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Prisoners-of-war must be treated in carefully defined ways which definitively ban summary execution, as the Second Additional Protocol of the Geneva Conventions ( 1977 ) states:
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If she, Pamela, were being held responsible for his crimes, then hers must be the final act of expiation.
she must be poised and proud and unafraid in order to prove to the mountain that she was in earnest.
Over the rapidly-diminishing outline of a jump seat piled high with luggage Herry's black brushcut was just discernible, near, or enviably near that spot where -- hidden -- more delicately-textured, most beautifully tinted hair must still be streaming back in cool, oh cool wind sweetly perfumed with sagebrush and yucca flowers and engine fumes.
`` At 200, 300, 400 feet under the water, when he must be paying very much attention, he will be thinking about what you are telling him.
His assumption seems to be that any such friends, being tolerable humans, must be more liberal than most Southerners and therefore at least partly in sympathy with his views.
Today the Negro must discover his role in an industrialized South, which indicates that the racial aspect of the Southern dilemma hasn't changed radically, but rather has gradually come to be reflected in this new context, this new coat of paint.
If the Union conceded this to them, the same right must be conceded to each remaining state whenever it saw fit to secede: This would destroy the federal balance between it and the states, and in the end sacrifice to the sovereignty of the states all the liberty the citizens had gained by their Union.
But Aristotle kept the principle of levels and even augmented it by describing in the Poetics what kinds of character and action must be imitated if the play is to be a vehicle of serious and important human truths.
It may, however, be noted that his gift for color and imagery must have been greatly stimulated by his stay in Paris.
He catches criminals not merely because he is paid to do so ( frequently he does not receive a fee at all ), but because he enjoys his work, because he firmly believes that murder must be punished.
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If a litigant chooses to enforce a Federal right in a State court, he cannot be heard to object if he is treated exactly as are plaintiffs who press like claims arising under State law with regard to the form in which the claim must be stated -- the particularity, for instance, with which a cause of action must be described.
What they should recognize is that children who have been placed in one of these groups on a narrow academic basis still differ widely in attributes that influence success, and that they still must be treated as individuals.
The secretary's greatest achievement is perhaps the rekindling of NATO realization that East-West friction, wherever it take place around the globe, is in essence the general conflict between two entirely different societies, and must be treated as such without regard to geographical distance or lack of apparent connection.
Employers can use medical entrance examinations for applicants, after making the job offer, only if all applicants ( regardless of disability ) must take it and it is treated as a confidential medical record.
However, a particularly powerful piece of equipment — for example, a cloak that renders its wearer invisible for a brief period — may be treated as a Power that the hero must spend their initial element points on.
" To reach reasonable solutions of the problems global warming, all opinions must be heard and all participants must be treated with respect.
Drinking and cooking water must be drawn from local water sources ( Lake Superior and inland lakes ) and filtered, treated, or boiled to avoid parasites.
So analysing and clarifying the way the world is must be treated as a strictly separate question to normative and evaluative ought questions.
Light which is randomly polarized, partially polarized, or incoherent must be treated using Mueller calculus.
Oxford University geographer Nicholas Howarth believes that ' Evans ’ s hypothesis that the palace of Knossos is also the Labyrinth must be treated skeptically.
On October 27, the governor of Missouri ordered that that the Mormons " must be treated as enemies " and be exterminated or driven from the state.
If one adds two whole parts the result is one whole and if one whole is subtracted from another whole the result is another whole-it means there is one whole universe and it is all prevaded by " Him ". Since the universe has come forth from the Divine, all things and beings are sacred and must be treated so in human thought and action.
A statement made on oath by a witness outside the United Kingdom and given in evidence through a live television link by virtue of section 32 of the Criminal Justice Act 1988 must be treated for the purposes of section 1 as having been made in the proceedings in which it is given in evidence.
This theory must be treated with caution, some scholars hold, as it generally neglects several other factors such as the impact of white encroachment, slave trading and expansion in that area of Southern Africa around the same time.
" Singer argued that, although there may be differences between animals and humans, they share the capacity to suffer, and we must give equal consideration to that suffering ; any position that allows similar cases to be treated in a dissimilar fashion fails to qualify as an acceptable moral theory.
Under the UK Employment Equality ( Sexual Orientation ) Regulations 2003, as explained by Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service, " workers or job applicants must not be treated less favourably because of their sexual orientation, their perceived sexual orientation or because they associate with someone of a particular sexual orientation.
The prehistory of the Neolithic, the Bronze Age and the Dark Age ( the Early Iron Age ) at this moment must be treated apart from the stream of Dorian Spartan history.
Some researchers and people with Asperger's have advocated a shift in attitudes toward the view that it is a difference, rather than a disability that must be treated or cured.
The first part of the name, which identifies the genus, must be a word which can be treated as a Latin singular noun in the nominative case.