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Toussaint, a literate free creole Black who was treated well by his enslaver and interpellated and embourgeoised by the church and his enslaver, (who taught him to read), did not exclude the Affranchis from the revolution.
Panfilo Lacson, who interpellated Pangilinan, argued that the Senate has no business interpreting the provisions of the Constitution since this is a function of the Supreme Court and found the resolution to be disrespectful to the SC.
Their images literally lifted and transplanted from periphery to center, these spectators were virtually inserted into the action--their behaviors of passively gazing, nervously gesturing, and just plain doing nothing rendered weirdly riveting when projected next to and interpellated by the band's "live performance," as it were.
Slave traders and slave masters were attempting to re-interpellate as slaves the already interpellated subjects of West African social, political, and religious systems - in other words, to transform subjects into slaves.
He personally attended the committee hearings and interpellated resource persons.
Tensions rose Tuesday when Associate Justice Teresita De Castro interpellated Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno, who sits as the respondent in the petition for quo warranto filed by Solicitor General Jose Calida.
Sotto, when interpellated by some of his colleagues, also claimed that some candidates, including him and Senators Grace Poe, Panfilo Lacson, and Juan Miguel Zubiri also received zero votes during the early transmission.
BAGHDAD, Aug 25 (KUNA) -- The Iraqi Council of Representatives on Thursday interpellated Minister of Finance Hoshyar Zebari about claims of financial and administrative irregularities in his ministry.
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Names, according to Louis Althusser, indicate that "ideology has always-already interpellated individuals as subjects, which amounts to making it clear that individuals are always-already interpellated by ideology as subjects, which necessarily leads us to one last proposition: individuals are always-already subjects" (176-77).
After delivering the speech, Trillanes was interpellated by Senate President Aquilino Pimentel III, who asked him for basis in coming up with that conclusion.
interpellated the sponsors of the measure because "the whole law is unconstitutional and Congress should not be tackling this at all!