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Fourth, all of these potential problems are amplified by the fact that the anti-messiness principle often leads courts to reject a plausible statutory construction anticipatorily, based on ex ante predictions that it will prove difficult, indeterminate, inconsistent, or otherwise problematic to implement.
Patrick's counsel was unable to inform the jury whether Patrick would testify and was anticipatorily unable to disclose Patrick's prior convictions to lessen the prejudicial effect the convictions would have on his credibility.
If Skywalker believes that Vader has anticipatorily repudiated the contact and then terminates his own performance while simultaneously suing Vader for breach of contract, then Skywalker runs the risk that a court may determine Vader's statements and/or actions did not constitute an unequivocal repudiation and that Skywalker's nonperformance was unjustified.
Because of the weight that the Solicitor General's views carry, one might wonder why counsel for petitioners do not anticipatorily request the Solicitor General's support as amicus when first filing their petition rather than wait for the Court's sua sponte invitation of the Solicitor General's views.
And with Him on your side in crusading the supposed defense of His blessed nation--or planet--what is to stop you from anticipatorily striking at any perceived opponent or danger imminent to your survival?
Upon learning that Corbett moonlights as a musician, Locklear responded, ``I never knew you were a rock star, but right on,'' and rubbed her hands together anticipatorily.
Whatever critics finally agree constitutes the parody established by the Mak and Gyll plot included in Secunda Pastorum, Edminster is certainly correct when claiming that that parody is festive (144), and that the festive and Christian elements of the play, like those in Prima Pastorum, are again effectively spliced together near play's end in the action of the blanket toss, which anticipatorily dramatizes the birth and renewal following the winter hardship and ritual festive abuse of Mak (145).
The book had a mirror-world quality, as though the former journalist, waiting for the accrual of his reputation and for a favorable economy, were anticipatorily remaking the world in print (and blueprint).
Rejecting the temporal element of imminence as nonsensical in the era of terrorist attacks launched without warning, Professor Schmitt instead illustrates how interpreting "imminence" in light of its underlying purpose (permitting States to effectively defend themselves against attack) results in a reasonable interpretation "that allows a State to act anticipatorily (preemptively) if it must strike immediately to defend itself in a meaningful way and the potential aggressor is irrevocably committed to attack.
President and the Congress could agree anticipatorily to give away the