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Instead, it more sweepingly assumes that if a law in any way prohibits the free exercise of religion, Congress cannot make it in the first place.
WOW FACTOR J Its sweepingly handsome looks will help this model stand the test of time
Despite Tony Smith's notorious reflection that the New Jersey Turnpike was "the end of art" because "most painting looks pretty pictorial after that"--"pictorial," in Smith's statement, functioning mainly as a synonym for "puny"--the experience of the road has fed the imagery of painting at least since Allan D'Arcangelo's sweepingly perspectival Pop highways and Vija Celmins's photorealist views through the windshield.
Having criticised Truman, the authors then sweepingly assert, "The end result of following [his] order would have meant that the United States (and by proxy Great Britain and France) would have either been delayed by decades [sic] in developing supersonic aircraft, nuclear-powered submarines and surface ships, stealth aircraft design (such as it was then), rocket and missile technology, submarine and ground-launched intercontinental ballistic missiles, high-altitude pressure and g-force data [sic], and the delay (if not failure) in creating the Redstone, Gemini and Apollo space programs.
b) Contract Law Is Implemented Sweepingly (c) Civil Remedies Should Not Be Granted Unless All Barriers to the Remarriage Are Removed: The "Get Law" 4.
The minister previously voiced his disappointment with the report in October, saying it failed to be objective, ignored the expansion of rights for religious minorities and had criticised the judiciary too sweepingly.
More sweepingly, the last essay discusses "the theories of communication of Judaism and Catholicism" (p.
Amnesty is wrong in sweepingly paint anyone detained as a human rights defender.
Turkey's EU Minister Egemen Bagis said the report had failed to be objective, ignored the expansion of rights for religious minorities and had criticised the judiciary too sweepingly.
It is a view that is both sweepingly broad and achingly intimate.
Outspoken indeed, and sweepingly splenetic to boot.
Comstock, which posed the question of whether the Necessary and Proper Clause allowed federal officials to order the indefinite civil commitment of "sexually dangerous" persons who had already finished serving their prison sentences, Roberts sided with the Court's liberals, endorsing a sweepingly broad understanding of congressional power.