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GENEVA -- Venezuela's government registered nearly 5,300 killings during security operations last year linked to cases of "resistance to authority," the U.N.
What the record lacks, Kaardal said, is any evidence that resistance to authority harmed the boy.
Ensuing chapters then examine records of Dutch women being prosecuted in a variety of crimes: infanticide, petty theft, violence, sexual promiscuity, resistance to authority, and sexual crimes in which the woman would be seen today as the victim.
However, rather than look at Magna Carta as a document of wisdom and magnanimity, the Durham exhibition will put it in the context of resistance to authority, including the Wars of the Roses, the Great Reform Act, women's suffrage and the recent Occupy movement.
While mentioning the Puerto Rican artisan tradition ofparejeria (self-pride and resistance to authority) as a grassroots source for openness to more specific anarchist ideology (more could have been said on this subject), Shaffer underlines the importance for the Puerto Rican movement of the transnational circulation of militants, publications and ideas between Cuba, Tampa, the New York area and Puerto Rico.
A striking example of Catalan resistance to authority is the case of the Barcelona activist Enric Duran who in 2008 borrowed some 492,000 euros from some 37 financial institutions.
They are accused of complicity in the seizure of a hostage, complicity in organizing the death threats, violence against a representative of authorities, hooliganism and resistance to authority according to the Criminal Code of Kyrgyzstan.
With a far richer haul of contemporary sailors' accounts, Lavery explores a unique culture of arcane rituals, camaraderie, resistance to authority, and the delights of the seedy side of naval dockyard towns, where pubs like the French Maid provided all the entertainment a sailor needed.
The defining feature of their anarchism was their accent on individual independence, refusal of all constraints on liberty, and resistance to authority, especially that of the established state.
He showed little penchant for resistance to authority until the day he resigned from Hotchkiss, a prestigious prep school in Connecticut, to protest hazing of younger students by seniors.
"As for the abuse and resistance to authority by individual citizens, the courts will give assessment of their actions.
This is most strongly expressed toward the end of the book where resistance to authority is raised as a core Lutheran characteristic (and not simply submission to authority).

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