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Papa, I should emphasize, had been an invalid the last several years of his life ; ;
If his circumspection in regard to Philip's sensibilities went so far that he even refused to grant a dispensation for the marriage of Amadee's daughter, Agnes, to the son of the dauphin of Vienne -- a truly peacemaking move according to thirteenth-century ideas, for Savoy and Dauphine were as usual fighting on opposite sides -- for fear that he might seem to be favoring the anti-French coalition, he would certainly never take the far more drastic step of ordering the return of Gascony to Edward, even though, as he admitted to the English ambassadors, he had been advised that the original cession was invalid.
The woman had the glassy look of an invalid, as if she had not slept at all.
Control of temperature and humidity is a godsend to the aged and the invalid.
Approaching this problem on a statistical basis is invalid, because the opponent has the same sources available and will be encountered not under average conditions, but under the conditions most advantageous to him.
New schools were rising, but with this went a harsh proclamation: any academic degree earned during Batista's regime was invalid.
In some cases, an appellant may successfully argue that the law under which the lower decision was rendered was unconstitutional or otherwise invalid, or may convince the higher court to order a new trial on the basis that evidence earlier sought was concealed or only recently discovered.
An argument of this form is invalid, i. e., the conclusion can be false even when statements 1 and 2 are true.
In chapter 21 of The Murder of Roger Ackroyd, for example, Poirot talks about a mentally disabled nephew: this proves to be a ruse so that he can find out about homes for the mentally unfit, and in Dumb Witness, Poirot tells of an elderly invalid mother as a pretence to investigate the local nurses.
Abbreviations can also be used to give a different context to the word itself, such as " PIN Number " ( wherein if the abbreviation were removed the context would be invalid ).
The case was legally resolved on October 19, 1973 when U. S. District Judge Earl R. Larson held the ENIAC patent invalid, ruling that the ENIAC derived many basic ideas from the Atanasoff – Berry Computer.
The crusaders believed their oaths were made invalid when the Byzantine contingent under Tatikios failed to help them during the siege of Antioch ; Bohemund, who had set himself up as Prince of Antioch, briefly went to war with Alexios in the Balkans, but was blockaded by the Byzantine forces and agreed to become Alexios ' vassal by the Treaty of Devol in 1108.
* 1215 – Pope Innocent III declares Magna Carta invalid.
NANPA's utilised codes report will indicate ' UA ' ( unassignable ) for valid test prefixes ; if a formerly ' UA ' code newly appears on the available list or becomes an active exchange, any former test numbers from its time as a reserved prefix are presumable as invalid and deprecated.
The Court went on to note that even if the defendant could have shown that he would not have entered a guilty plea " but for " the rationale of receiving a lesser sentence, the plea itself would not have been ruled invalid.
The Catholic and Orthodox Churches consider invalid as a sacrament the administration of Anointing of the Sick by such chaplains, who in the eyes of those Churches are not validly ordained priests.
However, invalid formulas ( those that are not entailed by a given theory ), cannot always be recognized.
Since Pope Leo XIII issued the bull Apostolicae Curae in 1896, the Catholic Church has insisted that Anglican orders are invalid because of changes in the Anglican ordination rites of the 16th century and divergence in understanding of the theology of priesthood, episcopacy and Eucharist.
* They hold that the practice within Independent groups of ordaining women demonstrates an understanding of Priesthood that they vindicate is totally unacceptable to the Catholic and Orthodox churches as they believe that the Universal Church does not possess such authority ; thus, they uphold that any ceremonies performed by these women should be considered being sacramentally invalid.
* The theology of male clergy within the Independent movement is also suspect according to the Roman Catholics, as they presumably approve of the ordination of females, and may have even undergone an ( invalid ) ordination ceremony conducted by a woman.
Conservative Judaism views the process by which Reform and Reconstructionist Judaism make changes to Jewish tradition as potentially invalid.
In 1533 their marriage was declared invalid and Henry married Anne on the judgment of clergy in England, without reference to the Pope.
In one case, the Provincial Judges Reference ( 1997 ), it was found a law can be held invalid for contradicting unwritten principles, in this case judicial independence.
The goal of a good checksum algorithm is to spread the valid corners as far from each other as possible, so as to increase the likelihood that " typical " transmission errors will end up in an invalid corner.
The Church declared the first sessions of the Council of Constance an invalid and illicit assembly of Bishops, gathered under the authority of John XXIII.

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