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The refusal of the opinion to temporize or compromise will make it a political lightning rod.
However, the procedure "may help temporize situations, certainly in reoperative cases," she said.
What success these projects enjoyed was frequently determined "from below" as state officials needed to temporize, negotiate with, and even incorporate the values of their clients in extending their authority.
But when it comes to the Stoics, there is no need to temporize, as they were explicit, full-fledged natural law theorists.
Members seem to feel that "if I temporize long enough, he will go away," he said.
Although Congress still is expected to enact repeal, TKS cannot temporize in the hope such legislation will sink the suit.