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The propriety of a licensee receiving financing from or providing financing to an individual, entity or establishment that sells, cultivates, or distributes marijuana; and
Including these sources leads me to wonder whether and how Stoic tenets enter British thought through periodicals like The Spectator--a significant text in the history of thinking about propriety and the like given how frequently it is cited by Kames and others compared to, say, anonymous early writers.
examines the connection between law and reputation and between law and propriety in the US, and how these have changed roughly since the 19th century.
McKenna's book began life as his dissertation: chapter 1 states the problem, "Smith and the Problem of Propriety"; chapter 2 presents the deep background, "Smith and Propriety in the Classical Tradition"; chapter 3 presents the immediate background, "Rhetorical Propriety in Eighteenth-Century Theories of Discourse"; chapter 4 analyzes the earlier work, "Propriety in Smith's Rhetoric Lectures"; chapter 5 analyzes the later text, "Propriety in The Theory of Moral Sentiments," and chapter 6, "Conclusions, Provocations," draws out the implications of the foregoing chapters.
Even so, in a nation where propriety, openness and reason held sway, Mr Macdonald would be debarred from the job for one simple reason -he is a close chum and business partner of the Prime Minister's wife, Cherie Blair.
has asked the General Accounting Office to investigate the propriety of Burns's actions.
Without an acquaintance with the rules of propriety, it is impossible for the character to be established.
Garfield said her ad ``was raised with the intention and expectation of a full public scrutiny - and I stand by its accuracy and propriety.
Critics who think Americans are at risk of losing the manners and morals that traditionally acted as controls on their desires and impulses, in Stearns's view, rely on a simplistic and misleading differentiation between imagined Victorian propriety and current-day license.
Microsoft also raised questions concerning the propriety of media interviews given by Judge Thomas Penfield Jackson, the trial judge.
The propriety of the regulations was the subject of a October 16 hearing by the General Assembly's Joint Committee on Administrative, Executive, and Legislative Review.
With even more disregard for the proprieties than he had shown in his 1876 destruction of his narrator's conscience (in "The Facts Concerning the Recent Carnival of Crime in Connecticut") and in the 1877 "Whittier Birthday Speech," Twain had tried to pull black speech into the drawing room, had tried to substitute slave-quarter break dancing for white formality and propriety.