In addition, section 7 of the Act purports
to require the Secretary of State to make certain legislative recommendations.
So, basically they are self appointed and purport
to represent us with no consultation.Maybe I''m missing something but this does not sound very representative to me.
Virginia Delegate David Albo (R-Springfield), one of the bill's sponsors, denies this is the case, saying the law voids only contracts that purport
to form marriages.
Thus, how environmental health researchers respond to community concerns has a direct influence on the development of long-term relationships between scientists and the communities they purport
to serve through their research.
He said most Kikuyus and Mt Kenya residents do not share his opinion and should therefore not speak or purport
to speak for them.
Sections 101 and 201 purport
to require the President to deny certain aliens entry into the United States, without a sufficient exception for the exercise of the Presidents responsibility to receive ambassadors under Article II, section 3 of the Constitution.
419A(f)(5): Transactions purport
to meet the exception under Sec.
His clothes were unlaced and unbuttoned, and he had 'a look so piteous in purport
/ As if he had been loosed out of hell / To speak of horrors' .
He does tell us, with no evident slyness, that "ecphrastic poems purport
to speak up for the silent picture, to make it speak out in some way." What if I rewrote that as "Strong poems purport
to speak up for the too reticent precursor painting, to make it speak out in some way?" I don't believe Hollander would sanction my rewriting, because he certainly does not see the relations between poems and pictures as primarily anxious or defensive.
It could help explain, for example, a peculiar feature of left-wing publications like the Village Voice--the way their self-absorbed politics of libido embrace the raw Id of the commercial culture they purport
'In the past, it used to be that some of these individuals have used the names of these groups and platforms to purport
to represent their people and as such enjoyed huge government patronage.
Sections 206(b), 208(a)(1), and 216 of the Act purport
to dictate the position of the United States in external foreign affairs, and section 208(a)(2) of the Act purports
to require an update to certain congressional committees on the progress of international negotiations.