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When protesting players told Gase waiting in the tunnel was interfering with their game preparation, he relaxed the rule and allowed them to resume their sideline kneeling.
325, the Council of Nicaea, which is responsible for the Nicene Creed recited at Mass, actually forbade kneeling during the Easter season, which is a time for rejoicing, not penance.
Many teams have interlocked arms in unity during the anthem with some players kneeling at games across the league, using the very freedoms the US flag represents.
On Tuesday, Trump called on the NFL to ban players from kneeling in protest at games during the anthem.
We don't tolerate disruptive activity (during those times) but standing or sitting or kneeling silently is a choice that students can make.
Standing with locked arms is good, kneeling is not acceptable.
I shifted my gaze and saw three kneeling cheerleaders.
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An official of the Catholic Bishops' Conference of the Philippines (CBCP) has called on the faithful to make an act of mercy by kneeling down before the poor people.
Before the ceremony he told ITV News that he would not be kneeling.
The videos, published on social media sites over the weekend, show ISF members beating a handful of handcuffed and kneeling prisoners with a baton, and groping them and kicking them in the face.
Exceptions include Canoe Marathon (in both European and American competitive forms) and sprint (high kneeling position).