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Cedric the Saxon, if offended, and he is noway slack in taking offence, is a man who, without respect to your knighthood, my high office, or the sanctity of either, would clear his house of us, and send us to lodge with the larks, though the hour were midnight.
It has been well established fact that Turkey is providing weapons, political and economic support to Libya Dawn militias mostly from the city of Misurata, 200 kms east of Tripoli, without respect to the internationally recognized government which was democratically elected in June 2014.
Whatever FERC's policy objectives, the FPA does not permit it to establish a tax socializing the cost of transmission development without respect to commercial relationships the Commission is not permitted to forge, but upon which its regulatory authority is premised," the brief said.
Should the ECB engage in purchasing all sovereign European credits, without respect to credit quality (say for the next 12 months) and state so publicly, it would put an immediate end to bond hooligan activity.
It contradicts the generally accepted views about good taste and represents something extemporary and done without respect to both material and theme whatsoever.
He said that people all around the world were asking how Israel was able to act in such a manner without respect to anyone, considering that the act took place in international waters.
who praised Bernanke's performance as Fed chairman, Bernanke said that if lawmakers approved amendments allowing Congress to audit the Fed's decisions on monetary policy it would negatively impact the public's and market's confidence in his agency's ability to make decisions without respect to short-term political pressures.
Meanwhile, the combined appeal case in the United States Supreme Court against the companies Boeing, Ford, and Air India, awaits a judge who will provide due process of law and who will in fact live up to his or her oath to "administer justice without respect to persons and do equal right to the poor and to the rich"; a judge who will "faithfully and impartially discharge the duties incumbent upon them under the Constitution and laws of the United States".
That's an excellent quality, although it should be balanced by the federal judicial oath that requires judges to "administer justice without respect to persons and do equal right to the poor and to the rich.
God made all of us, loves us equally and expects us to love each other equally, without respect to gender, race, sexual orientation or other religions," be said.
Our law and propaganda are not really based on the wish to stop accidents, but are solely concerned with revenge on the driver, without respect to whether he is guilty.
Warts and tumors share the property of growing without respect to normal controls.