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In spite of the recent arrests, however, the ISF continues to urge caution, especially in the wake of the summer season, when scores of tourists are expected to flock to the busy bar and restaurant area.
Dianna Ortiz focused mainly on the teach-in's call for activism and leadership, urging the young crowd to speak truth to power in spite of the costs.
And for rich people, who in spite of all defences, still live in fear of break-ins.
In spite of repeated warnings from the naval ship, the trigger-happy pirates not only disobeyed but also opened fire.
DEMAND for used cars is holding up in spite of the economic uncertainty, according to a survey of 100 UK franchised dealers.
DEMAND for used cars is holding up in spite of the general economic uncertainty, according to a survey of 100 UK franchised dealers.
What we discovered,'' says Cutler, ``and what one sees in the film, is that this is a woefully misunderstood disease that is primarily a mental illness in spite of the fact that it is primarily treated as a behavioral disorder.
While I'd owned this pistol awhile and put several rounds through it, it surprised me by turning in 4 1/4-inch groups in spite of its long, heavy trigger.
In spite of an overwhelming show of force from the police, financed in part by a special $8.
In spite of all the publicity in recent years on the "nanny tax" (which includes Social Security, Medicare and Federal unemployment tax), many household employers still pay cash to babysitters, housekeepers, health aides and lawn-care workers without withholding taxes or filing the appropriate returns.
In spite of years of concerted efforts by standards organizations, proprietary systems are the major impediments to electronic data sharing.