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Older taxes would have been (and still are) dismissible through bankruptcy court.
In fact, the Davos incident is significant not because it demonstrates that Israel can be criticized, but rather because it was TurkeyAuand not any other easily dismissible partyAuthat dared to voice such criticism.
In fact, the Davos incident is significant not because it demonstrates that Israel can be criticized, but rather because it was Turkey -- and not any other easily dismissible party -- that dared to voice such criticism.
They reject the belief that the American Constitution can be relegated to dismissible hypocrisy.
The four dissenting judges opined that Nicholson did not fit within the "office holder dismissible for cause" category, and moreover, that the regulations provided Nicholson with no right to a hearing.
NBES's proposed reauthorization language goes further, making the NCES commissioner an appointee of the IES director, though dismissible only for cause.
A dismissible fact about the people in Ashraf is that the members of the Mujahideen in that camp are protected persons under the Fourth Geneva Conventions.
When it focuses on the ideal, it becomes dismissible by you and me, living our own less-than-ideal lives.
The much-ballyhooed bottleneck between underwriting and life sales through banks is rightly dismissible as urban legend.
Most embarrassingly dismissible is Hirst's The Unbearable Lightness of Being (2003), a triptych imitating a Gothic stained glass window made from thousands of butterfly wings.
These canards were dismissible by facts, and those who were open and listening were not pushed away.
Unfortunately, the false-positive CAD marks are not as easily dismissible as they are in the case of lung nodule CAD.