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This situation can be analogized to the queer communities' efforts not to assimilate within the mainstream but to maintain their lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender people's history, culture, sisterhood/brotherhood, bonding and solidarity.
Katherine Schipper, a FASB member, recently pointed out that the infamous EITF 90-15 interpretation was originally designed for the very specific instance of a synthetic lease with a nonsubstantive lessor and that interpretation was not to be analogized.
As did the Founding Fathers, 19th century legal commentators routinely analogized the Second Amendment to other individual rights including the freedoms of speech, press and/or religion.
In November, for example, the National Federation of the Blind sued America Online for moving too slowly to make its services available to sightless users; everyone expects that other suits will follow, and not just against online providers that (like AOL) themselves provide a direct connection to the Web and thus can be analogized to telecommunications providers.
A resident camp can be analogized to a large ship; an entire floating city complete with lodging, food service, self-contained utilities, and extensive facilities.
The hospital analogized it, rather infelicitously, to a tumor taken from a patient.
A direct loss for insurance purposes has been analogized with proximate cause (Sorrentino v.
The Dalai Lama's Tibetan Government-in-Exile has, probably for international audiences unaware of the role of the Dalai, analogized his function and authority to that of the Roman Catholic pope.
The agents' brief removal and compression of Lovell's bags cannot be analogized to a seizure of Lovell himself.
The Court felt sufficiently strongly about the strength of the state interest in equitable distribution of marital assets that it analogized the California community property interest to a state's interest in enforcing a "slayer statute," a frequently found law forbidding persons to receive insurance proceeds or distribution of an estate where that person has murdered the insured person or testator.
Even past incentive systems' experiences could not be easily analogized to current regulatory and industry conditions.
Dong argued for the precedence of the judgment implicit in Confucius's account of events when they could be analogized to the events at issue, and usually arrived at a more lenient decision.