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Though unyielding in his opinions, he continued to be employed in the service, all the while predicting a fatal end to a government which persisted in upholding religion.
Here am I upholding the good fame of the learned Duns Scotus against the foolish quibblings and poor silly reasonings of Willie Ockham.
Marilla Cuthbert, you don't mean to say that you are upholding her in such a terrible display of temper as we've just seen?
In front of it the son of Iapetus (22) stands immovably upholding the wide heaven upon his head and unwearying hands, where Night and Day draw near and greet one another as they pass the great threshold of bronze: and while the one is about to go down into the house, the other comes out at the door.
Availing himself of the first opportunity of being alone with Mr Charles Cheeryble at the close of next day, he accordingly related Smike's little history, and modestly but firmly expressed his hope that the good old gentleman would, under such circumstances as he described, hold him justified in adopting the extreme course of interfering between parent and child, and upholding the latter in his disobedience; even though his horror and dread of his father might seem, and would doubtless be represented as, a thing so repulsive and unnatural, as to render those who countenanced him in it, fit objects of general detestation and abhorrence.
We're looking to you, Councillor, and to the other leading citizens, to help us in upholding law and order in this township.
The court was hearing a petition by the Gujarat government challenging a state high court verdict upholding Justice Mehta's appointment.
Mirs sacrifices and struggle for the restoration of democracy, for upholding the supremacy of the parliament, for strengthening democratic institutions and for upholding the cause of press freedom.
Superior Court Commissioner Jeffrey Harkavy accepted the officer's testimony that Coyle illegally entered the crosswalk after the ``don't walk'' sign started blinking, upholding her citation.
Where I really take issue with Root is his assertion that it was the nonactivist judges who set the stage for upholding the constitutionality of Progressive and New Deal era liberalism.
Upholding a lower court, a three-judge panel of Florida's 5th District Court of Appeal concluded that Freeman had failed to prove that the state law regarding driver's licenses substantially burdened her free exercise of religion.
Instead of upholding the law, Abella and Charron arbitrarily changed it to conform to their personal ideological, preferences.