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His emphasis that those in power govern and decide cases by standing laws only, not on "extemporary decrees"--and the latter referring to decrees which appear to be laws, but come suddenly and without due process or notice to the community--guards against illegitimate laws appealing to powerful interests in the commonwealth of citizens.
Like his extemporary style in poetry simplicity governs almost in all portraits but his figures seem dramatic in conception.
He proceeded to rouse the audience with a perfectly paced display of extemporary speechmaking, full of ironical quips and yet austerely dignified in its central message.
With monocracy and the use of armed forces to punish partners, revoke agreements, accuse adversaries of sectarianism and terrorism, ignore the militias that assault and roam without being accountable and accuse certain states of supporting public moves; all this is a deviation of the political process the executive body is responsible for." Nijaifi added that there is kind of domination and extemporary at the Council of Ministers, where the Prime Minister behaves with autocratic authority that affected the provinces' works through giving wide authorities to operations' commanders to hinder the governors' works in executing projects.
In an extemporary farewell speech, the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques said that he is sorry he could not hug and shake hands warmly with everybody present, wishing them every success.
The sharers often paid for the company's extemporary needs such as when the apparel and/or travelling properties had to be newly purchased or replaced.
In a extemporary comment, the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques said "God blesses you and creates many like you as you are strugglers.
Little did they realise it was more likely to provide extemporary fodder for the next lecture given by those newer staff members.
He wanted more personal extemporary prayers than formulaic chants.
Laws, then, must be distinguished from measures, which are always concrete, particular and extemporary. (34) For the legal positivists, the conceptualization of law as abstract and neutral is due to the differentiation of the legal sphere from other spheres such as ethics, morality, society, religion, etc.
It contradicts the generally accepted views about good taste and represents something extemporary and done without respect to both material and theme whatsoever.