Tweep @anuragdhanda wrote: "'Polling was never vitiated
' I mean, seriously?
An allegation of vitiated
consent must be proven by preponderance of evidence.
It accounts for the fact that only the critical zone--a zone that requires the highest fraction of ventilation air in its supply air--will produce fully vitiated
air (where fully vitiated
air is air from zones that receive exactly the minimum ventilation rate required by the standard, and ventilation air is a combination of outdoor air and recirculated return air that is not fully vitiated
Autocratic, anti-democratic and -socialist Protestant Prussia's unification of Germany vitiated
the German ideal for American embodiment.
Now, a vitiated
, secularized Europe prepares to open the gates and welcome the invasion.
The claim of Julius's bar on West 10th Street to be the city's oldest gay bar is vitiated
by the fact that during the purge one could only gain entry to Julius's if one was accompanied be a member of the opposite sex!
When Swiss emigre Robert Frank set out to document America for his laconic if pathos-laden photographic series "The Americans" in 1955, he encountered a society in the grip of postwar consumption, vitiated
by racial inequalities and rampant class division.
But the bill was vitiated
by allowing some forms of cloning.
"The ongoing debate [on conversion] and the atmosphere has been vitiated
as a result of the court ruling," said Bishop Frank Marcus Fernando, president of the Roman Catholic bishops' national commission on catechetics.
Out then the ideological innovation of a quite different and contradictory ideal, that of sustainability, formed the basis, he notes, for 'a new self-confidence amongst western urban planners,' which in Britain, at least, was vitiated
by the way Thatcherism had established a pattern of chronic under-investment in all public services.
This case is before the Court, however, because the court below vitiated
that remedy, finding first that the overpayment statute was inapposite and further that Minnesota law provided a constitutionally sufficient predeprivation remedy, to wit: the assessment protest statute, which had never before been extended to cover the non-discretionary act of calculating tax bills.