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Testifying before the United States Congress in 2010, Neil Armstrong opposed an administrative scrap of Constellation, stating " a return to the Moon would be a most productive path to expanding the human presence in the Solar System.
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Testifying before Congress, Greyhound Bus Lines stated that the Act had the potential to " deprive millions of people of affordable intercity public transportation and thousands of rural communities of their only link to the outside world ".
Testifying before the House of Commons Ethics Committee on December 13, 2007, Mulroney said the cash payments were for lobbying foreign leaders to buy armored vehicles from Thyssen industries, a company Schreiber represented.
Testifying before the HSCA, Witt said " I think if the Guinness Book of World Records had a category for people who were at the wrong place at the wrong time, doing the wrong thing, I would be No. 1 in that position, without even a close runner-up.
Testifying before the same committee two days later, Director of CSIS Jim Judd said that O ' Brian " may have been confused " and " venturing into a hypothetical ", and would send the committee a clarifying letter.
Testifying before the Truth and Reconciliation Commission on August 28, 2008, Sekou Conneh said that, during the war, Sierra Leone and Guinea had allowed the LURD rebels free passage " through their borders with our arms without any questions from them ".
Testifying before the British-appointed education commission, Sir Syed controversially exclaimed that " Urdu was the language of gentry and Hindi that of the vulgar.
Testifying before the state Senate Judiciary committee, Nigel Payne, CEO of Sportingbet and owner of Paradise Poker, pledged to relocate to the state if the bill became law.
Testifying before the Interstate Commerce Commission in Chicago, President Reidy claimed, " The simple fact is that there is just too much transportation available between the principal cities we serve.
Testifying before a U. S. House committee on March 6, 1942, Olson, a longtime supporter of nearly every Roosevelt position on economics, politics and foreign policy, supported the move wholeheartedly.
Testifying again before HUAC in 1950, Lee Pressman named Witt as a member of the CPUSA and the " Ware group.
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Testifying in court was also difficult ; George Fox, Quakers ' founder, famously challenged a judge who had asked him to swear, saying that he would do so once the judge could point to any Bible passage where Jesus or his apostles took oaths.
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Testifying about the gunfight itself, he said he saw " the marshal go up and speak to this other party.
Testifying to his importance, a character named " Henry James " appears in at least a half-dozen novels, as noted above, the best-known of which is The Master by Colm Toibin.
In 1511, Titian painted three scenes of Miracles from the life of Saint Anthony: The Miracle of the Jealous Husband, which depicts the murder of a young woman by her husband ; A Child Testifying to Its Mother's Innocence ; and The Saint Healing the Young Man with a Broken Limb.
Testifying in self-defense, Bülow denied any such act but remarked that he had heard unsavory rumors about Eulenburg.
The New York Times published Miller's first-person account, " My Four Hours Testifying in the Federal Grand Jury Room ", on October 16, 2005.
Testifying to his growing political influence, the South Carolina legislature asked Butler to represent the state at the Constitutional Convention that met in Philadelphia in 1787.
Testifying against Moltke were his former wife of nine years, Lili von Elbe, a soldier named Bollhardt, and Dr. Magnus Hirschfeld.
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However, at eighty-five, he had still been busy writing articles, reviewing and speaking, and I had never before known an Englishman who had visited and lectured in three quarters of the United States.
The Connally amendment says that the United States, rather than the court, shall determine whether a matter is essentially within the domestic jurisdiction of the United States in a case before the World Court to which the United States is a party.
of heavy arms expenditures and constant danger of another world war had to ensue before the United States could bring itself to accept the two chief results of World War 2, -- Communist control of East Europe and China -- a new balance of power.
It is an issue which may well reach the Supreme Court of the United States before judicial finality is achieved.
Sydney Larson, a staff representative for the United Steel Workers, which the firm's 25 workers joined before striking, said the state Labor Relations Board has been asked to set up an election to pick a bargaining agent.
His reputation grew, and he appeared before the Supreme Court of the United States, arguing a case involving a canal boat that sank after hitting a bridge.
Relations between the United States of America and the Republic of Angola ( formerly the People's Republic of Angola ) have warmed since Angola's ideological renunciation of Marxism before the 1992 elections.
In most United States jurisdictions a defendant is allowed the opportunity to allocute — that is, explain himself — before sentence is passed.
" On July 27, 1868, the day before the Fourteenth Amendment was adopted, U. S. Congress declared in the preamble of the Expatriation Act that " the right of expatriation is a natural and inherent right of all people, indispensable to the enjoyment of the rights of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness ," and ( Section I ) one of " the fundamental principles of this government " ( United States Revised Statutes, sec.
Constructed well before 1492 CE, these Ancestral Pueblo towns and villages in the Southwestern United States were located in various defensive positions, for example, on high steep mesas such as at Mesa Verde or present-day Acoma Pueblo, called the " Sky City ", in New Mexico.
He practiced as a surveyor and civil engineer for two years before entering the United States Military Academy in 1838.
There has been a trade in diving to catch abalone off parts of the United States coast from before 1939.
Alcott spoke, as opportunity arose, before the " lyceums " then common in various parts of the United States, or addressed groups of hearers as they invited him.
* 1967 – After refusing induction into the United States Army the day before ( citing religious reasons ), Muhammad Ali is stripped of his boxing title.
The Alabama, Coosa, and Tallapoosa rivers were central to the homeland of the Creek Indians before their removal by United States forces to the Indian Territory in the 1830s. In 1712 the Alabama River was descovered.
He alerted mission control to the problem before setting up the television camera and planting the flag of the United States with Duke.
the inclusion of the term " indivisible " in the Pledge of Allegiance to the United States flag ); before this, the construction " the United States are " was more common.
In the 2006 case before the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, Ballard v. Burton, Judge Carl E. Stewart writing for the Court held that an Alford guilty plea is a " variation of an ordinary guilty plea ".
Louisiana Creole ( also called French Créole ) refers to native born people of the New Orleans area who are descended from the Colonial French and / or Spanish settlers of Colonial French Louisiana, before it became part of the United States in 1803 with the Louisiana Purchase.
The evacuation of Aon's offices, ordered by Eric Eisenberg, was carried out quickly as 925 of the 1, 100 Aon employees present at the time managed to evacuate the building before United Airlines Flight 175 struck it twenty stories below them.
were members of the Football League between 1921 and 1927 before being replaced by Torquay United after finishing bottom.