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However, it has become blatantly clear in the past year, that scheduled Japanese data hardly registers when compared to the influence risk appetite and aversion has on the carry sensitive currency.
That means either that Congress rarely passes laws that are blatantly unconstitutional--or that the government's lawyers can almost always find a "viable argument" to save them.
Both have been blatantly under-funded for about a decade.
Clinical practice stems from this research, which is blatantly questionable.
The late Flip Wilson--one of the most visible (and blatantly nonpolitical) celebrities at the Movement's height--is revealed to be a closet revolutionary of sorts; Wilson owned his own self-titled show and left the spotlight on his terms.
Whereas Cindy Sherman's elaborate theatrics propose at least a notional split between real artist and depicted persona, in Sieverding's case the two are blatantly fused.
What about those who have left because their own denomination blatantly rejected Scripture?
In emerging and lower-profit recycling markets, the "bad-actor" label can extend beyond the blatantly illegal.
For many months the International Red Cross Committee, Amnesty International, and several other Human Rights organizations have warned the Bush administration and military heads that the Geneva Conventions were being blatantly ignored in Guantanamo, Afghanistan, and Iraq prisons.
Instead, they blatantly assume their word is law, their authority unchallenged.
Simpson asks quite blatantly and crudely, "Do you believe and follow the God of the Old Testament, or the God of the New Testament?
But when white officers kill a black boy, and Evie's father is a witness to this blatantly racist act (he doesn't believe the boy would have been shot so quickly if he were white), Evie's father feels he must end this kind of police corruption by convicting the guilty officers .