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dissenting opinion

n. (See: dissent)

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Nationalist Movement Party (MHP) parliamentary group Deputy Chairman Oktay Vural told Today's Zaman that opposition member of the commission were asked to pen their dissenting opinions in a short time.
Commentators have emphasized that a dissenting opinion may not need to wait to become "tomorrow's majority" but may in fact have its glory today.
In a dissenting opinion, Chief Judge Jacobs agreed with the majority when it held that the FBI agent's "affidavit failed to establish a substantial basis for probable cause.
As a rule, a dissenting opinion has no value as precedent.
Often there are purely pragmatic reasons for authoring a dissenting opinion.
Referenced in the dissenting opinion in Sanchez-Llamas, supra note 20, 2695-2696 (U.
Maybe even throw in a dissenting opinion, for kicks.
In a dissenting opinion, three of the court's seven judges claimed that the policy should be considered discriminatory because only women will be forced to use the policy for pregnancy-related conditions, thus limiting the amount of medical leave available to women.
In all of this, Chernus argues persuasively that nonviolence, while nearly always a dissenting opinion, remains a vibrant and necessary idea in the American imagination.
It's a bad omen for the future when a person can't voice a dissenting opinion without being set upon and then questioned by police under the Terrorism Act.
Chief Justice Rehnquist wrote a dissenting opinion.
Arnold filed a dissenting opinion arguing that the Plattsmouth display could be distinguished from the one in Van Orden.