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The vision was coupled with the "Monroe Doctrine," which designated the US as the only rightful power in the Americas.
'It was purely commercial analysis and assessment we don't have rightful power to look into the bank accounts of the companies,' he said.
With riveting stories and little-known evidence, they demystify how we got here, exposing the well-orchestrated effort that has robbed Americans of their rightful power. But at the heart of this unique study are solutions.
Flelping women to become empowered agents of their own sexuality is critical to women taking back our rightful power in the world at large.
The remaining idealists of Edsa I and those who want to see more Filipinos break through the poverty ceiling can help organize the OFW leadership to give them their rightful power base.
According to Webster's Dictionary, authority is defined as a "legal or rightful power; a right to command or act; power exercised by a person by virtue of his office or trust." In the acquisition world, authority is the formal power bestowed on the PM based on his or her position and charter.
On the other hand, Hamas is not willing to relinquish what it considers its rightful power over the Gaza Strip and is egged on by Islamic powers such as Iran.
If only Liverpool had won, Benitez could have been given his rightful power to put his own men at the core of operations at the pounds 3ma-year Academy, instead of having to build an alternative under-18 team.
Of course, the promotion of sympathy for others is less likely to be pursued than is the prohibition against metaphysical questions, in particular questions concerning the source of rightful power and authority.
Wrote Jefferson in reply, "I join you, fellow citizens, in rendering the tribute of thankfulness to the Almighty ruler, who, in the order of his providence, hath willed that the human mind shall be free in this portion of the globe; that society shall here know that the limit of it's [sic] rightful power is the enforcement of social conduct; while the right to question the religious principles producing that conduct is beyond their cognisance."
Amy shows her alternately arrogant and subservient husband how mouths can be sources of rightful power. Although Ned uses language to demand authority in his family and to defer to other authorities outside his cabin, Amy provides a model for how speech may reflect a liberating sense of the self as an author.
but also as an affront to this Court's undeniable and necessary authority to establish governi constitutional jurisprudence and the Congress's rightful power to regulate commerce," TEI said.