In addition, those willing to equivocate
about identifiers consider that an email address domain authorization provides an indirect method to identify the message source.
But Armenians hailed the move, saying that, by voting 35-11 for Schiff's bill and 40-7 for Radanovich's, the panel sent a strong message that Congress should not equivocate
on recognizing crimes against humanity.
Although Edmonds and Eidinow equivocate
, conventional philosophers side with Popper, unconventional ones with Wittgenstein.
Instead, some clergy have abandoned marriage outright, while others equivocate
These writers were not afraid to make big statements about a big country, whereas contemporary American writers equivocate
due to a dire need for objectivity.
They may wonder about the effectiveness of outreach efforts that omit or equivocate
about so important a topic and, thus, forgo the opportunity to educate people about the ongoing, cumulative damage to abortion rights.
Louis Post-Dispatch, The New York Times, the Washington Post and the Wall Street Journal equivocate
, nibble around the edges, parse the details, but none of them is saying straight out: "Whoa, this is a bad idea.
However, Cooper did not equivocate
in how important creating the double-knockout gene could be.
Chomsky and Herman did equivocate
, however: "We do not pretend to know where the truth lies amidst these sharply conflicting assessments," they wrote.
And it certainly gives Democrats an issue on which they don't have to equivocate
and with which they can reach out to Republicans such as Debi Martin of Cincinnati.
Although Waldseemuller would equivocate
on this matter in a subsequent edition, in 1507 he presented his readers with a planisphere on which he baptized the newly-found continent "America" after Amerigo Vespucci's suggestion that Columbus had found not the Indies but a mundus novus - a New World.
Gaidar, the reformist who just resigned), by contrast, would equivocate
," Muladjanov said.