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It is entirely defensible to tell the story primarily through the lens of the United States Air Force.
If we are content that lower tax rates in Wales are entirely defensible, then consider another potential scenario.
Their premise, which seems entirely defensible from the evidence they produce, is that people who have completely different income levels and therefore live entirely different types of lifestyles, gradually come to experience life quite differently, which eventually results in loss of trust and an inability to empathize with other people's life circumstances.
Scholars of the early modem period are certainly aware that language and communication were at the heart of the Reformations--translations and retranslations of the Bible; preaching; the writing of confessions; and so on--but have tended to focus on certain literary genres, for entirely defensible reasons.
Her lawyer reportedly said last week: "Ms Lohan maintains her innocence, and now I've seen the police reports, I believe the case is entirely defensible.
Loud huzzahs for Tesco's moral fibre and rectitude as it adopts two sound, consistent and entirely defensible stances on diametrically opposed sides of the Zimbabwe sanctions issue within just 48 hours.
A His record is not entirely defensible - that defeat to Wales still brings tears of joy to the eyes of this hardened Scot - but he took the job with good grace when no-one else would touch it.
We are in no doubt that what we are doing is entirely defensible.
Gonzales to go on offense and defend his entirely defensible actions.
Mrs Jowell said the project was entirely defensible because it was providing a lot of money for sports equipment.
Cadbury were one of the major sponsors for the Commonwealth Games so I think it was an entirely defensible position in the context of what we are trying to do in trying to improving the facilities for children to play sport, getting children more active,' said the Culture Secretary.
2002a), which is entirely defensible on the grounds that the majority of methemoglobinemia cases occur in the first 6 months of life.