(7) If one cumulates those figures over many years and many courts, it is apparent that an immense number of decisions are legalistically
indeterminate; and among them, as I have said, are the decisions that have made the law what it is today.
But we need to realize that, when we invoke this distinction, we are thinking legalistically
. We are distinguishing between two kinds of strategic attitude--the kind that breaks the rules and the kind that doesn't.
detention and interrogation policy itself is, and throughout the misguided war on terror has been, hostage to politically motivated lawyers--military and civilian--behaving badly at the behest of legalistically
minded political tacticians.
The club may not be legalistically
liable to pay the debts or the interest on the debt, but it may do so anyway
Ironically, in response to possession and exorcism, moderate clergy played a significant role, not by challenging the epistemological framework that allowed for the possibility of demonic intervention, but by arguing legalistically
for other possibilities, such as insanity.
Davis criticizes Luebke for approaching the problem from within a legal mindset, with its legalistically
narrow conception of the problem.
(26.) Under common usage, a lapse is what occurs after the policy has "run out of steam." Legalistically
, however, a lapse is defined as "a default in premiums before a policy has a nonforfeiture value." L.
Anything that fails to cause "organ failure" does not meet the standard by which they have legalistically
maneuvered to place their acts above the law by situating them within the law.
While quick to parrot the same tired arguments for why we should legalistically
and with blind faith follow the heavily robed priests of old school academia, the May 10 editorial continues to suppress the very inquisitiveness that helps us evolve into bright people.
Since there's no specific requirement to set forth the core values of a corporation, legalistically
oriented minds no doubt will prevail at some companies and suppress their publication.
As Rich J said in Dalziel, the language of s 51 (xxxi) 'is not restricted to acquisition by particular methods'; 259 Deane and Gaudron JJ too, in Mutual Pools, warned against the term acquisition being 'pedantically or legalistically
But as I think about it, that's just the problem: that legalistically
speaking, an ad like the one for "Chili's baby-back ribs" is not criminal--yet it really ought to be.