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Elkhadem blends Standard Arabic and Egyptian colloquial, with the latter preponderating.
1925), in which the court described the power as "elastic and, in keeping with the growth of knowledge" and also emphasized prevailing and preponderating sentiment" in favor of enhanced regulation.
The Court held that this rule was "founded in a broad and sound view of the relations of church and state under our system of laws, and supported by a preponderating weight of judicial authority.
In his opinion, Judge Wanger wrote, "Plaintiffs have not come close to preponderating that they receive no benefit from the marketing program.