The former solicitor general Mendoza made a continuing objection
during the trial that the testimonies about the supposed bogus NGOs are 'mere hearsay' because the mayors had no personal knowledge that there are ghost projects, which were certified to them by their municipal agriculturists, budget officer and treasurer.
Richard Palmer has said: "I would like to register my continuing objection
to the proposal.
We have continuing objection
as to the testimony of the witness because it is merely hearsay," Suarez told reporters after the hearing.
A frequent and continuing objection
to the extension is its price tag - $95.
The whole crux of the argument is the continuing objection
of the Football Associations of Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales to their players turning out for a Great Britain XI.
SO the Mayor's response to our continuing objection
to the way we backbenchers are being treated in council (Mayoral Response To Councillors' Boycott, News, 18.
12) Furthermore, counsel relying on a "continuing objection
" should ensure that the continuing objection
covers all possible aspects of the error in the relevant testimony or evidence.
Two examples of this gap are 1) Washington's lingering worry about Turkey's commitment to more energetically guard its border with Syria and 2) Turkey's continuing objections
to America's military cooperation with the Iraqi Kurdish fighters of the People's Protection Units (YPG) to combat ISIS.
In his homily, Ryan said that despite his continuing objections
to the process by which the translations were developed and to certain elements of the text itself, that the time had come to "let go" of those concerns and prepare for what appears an inevitability.
Without that agreement, continuing objections
threatened to hold up the massive project indefinitely, until appeals were decided or the project was redesigned.
De Gucht added that a region-wide deal between the EU and ASEAN was still possible despite continuing objections
to the human rights situation in Myanmar (Burma), which is currently subject to EU sanctions.
The National Institutes of Health's mandate is triggering a sharp uptick in submissions, despite continuing objections
from the publishing lobby.