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Dawkins may not be outright calling for legal discrimination against religious believers, but such implications are present in this kind of strong language, similar to that used by Sam Harris.
In unusually strong language, the bishops said they "disassociate" themselves from the actions of the Church of Nigeria and called upon Anglicans around the world to listen to and respect the human rights of gay people.
TV programmes containing sex, violence or strong language could get a new BBC internet labelling guide to help people decide what to watch online.
We are encouraged by the similarly strong language coming from the federal government.
And you can do it in a program that protects your religious freedom because the Department has issued a faith-based regulation with strong language to protect religious organizations providing supplemental services," she said.
Unless you have a strong language base you can't assume kids that are deaf can acquire the written component of a language they cannot hear," she says.
Books that have been removed from library and school shelves include Alice Walker's Pulitzer-prize winning novel 'The Color Purple' due to strong language and the autobiography of Holocaust survivor Johanna Reiss, 'The Upstairs Room', as the subject was deemed unsuitable for children, reports The Guardian.
Eli: The subject of a lot of the songs on the album are adult oriented and I always liked the vaguely sleazy warning for the late night HBO movies: "Contains: Nudity, Strong Language, Violence, and Adult Situations.
The play, at the People's Theatre in Stephenson Road, Heaton, contains strong language and adult scenes.
This is surprising considering the strong language directed at the king and queen before the Revolution, Lafayette's position as their protector and the family's attempted escape a month before the Massacre.
Some individuals, conclude neurologist Stefan Knecht of the University of Munster in Germany and his colleagues, have strong language capabilities in both halves of their brains.