expression of opinion

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Whether Michel Ardan's antagonist hazarded any further arguments or not it is impossible to say, for the uproarious shouts of the crowd would not allow any expression of opinion to gain a hearing.
The barrister was keen enough to divine that the banker would not have gone so far in his expression of opinion on any less solid ground than moral certainty.
In this expression of opinion every man present agreed--the lawyer even included.
"In putting the case before him, we are sure to have it presented to us from a new point of view." Acting on this favorable expression of opinion, Lady Lydiard wrote to her nephew.
This expression of opinion seemed, on the whole, to be favourably received; indeed, among the Kukuanas my utterances met with a respect which has never been accorded to them before or since.
Relieved by this expression of opinion, albeit it was vented upon empty air, Miss La Creevy trotted on to Madame Mantalini's; and being informed that the governing power was not yet out of bed, requested an interview with the second in command; whereupon Miss Knag appeared.
Lady Lundie stood her ground, plainly determined to force a serious expression of opinion from her brother-in-law.
Nothing but crash-bang, varied now and then by bang-crash; all the women dressed within an inch of their lives; smothering heat, blazing gas, and no room for anybody -- yes, yes, Thomas; grand's the word for it, and comfortable isn't." With that expression of opinion, Mr.
The indirect though emphatic expression of opinion to which Mr.
While emphasizing the need for dialogue and respect for peaceful assembly and expression of opinion, the statement slammed practices by a group of protesters who launched fireworks and hurled stones at police patrols, in addition to closing roads with burning tires and attacking public property.
The court found that the term 'patent troll' is a non-actionable expression of opinion and that 'ABA clearly and comprehensively laid out the facts upon which it based its opinion.'
"To actively encourage the prior restraint or the subsequent punishment of a person's expression of opinion will lead to a shrinking democratic space," Andres said.