Is it to be imagined that a legislative assembly, consisting of a hundred or two hundred members, eagerly bent on some favorite object, and breaking through the restraints of the Constitution in pursuit of it, would be arrested in their career, by considerations drawn from a censorial revision of their conduct at the future distance of ten, fifteen, or twenty years?
This censorial body, therefore, proves at the same time, by its researches, the existence of the disease, and by its example, the inefficacy of the remedy.
culture began long before the rule of the Pahlavi dynasty, but under Reza Shah, and then later under his son, Mohammad Reza Shah, the Iranian government sought to control newspapers and writers, particularly those with leftist or Marxist tendencies.
This burgeoning commercial world of theater, the increasing censorial
power of Revels office and the popularity of cheap print all converged to ascribe an increasing value to the published script.
Arguing that "opinions are not the objects of legislation," Madison reminded his colleagues that in a republic, "the censorial
power is in the people over the Government and not in the Government over the people.
The six ministries, the Court of Judicial Review, the Censorate, the Embroidered-Uniform Guard, the Five Chief Military Commissions, the Office of Transmission, the Court of the Imperial Clan, the censorial
departments, and many prefectures each opened their own jingli si offices.
39) Behan's commentary here on the repression of stories of illicit clerical sexual behaviour condemns the censorial
culture that facilitated the Republic of Ireland's hidden history of clerical abuse; that O'Connor casts Gilchrist and Mulleady as 'caricatures of English and not Irish prototypes', or claims Littlewood had 'succeeded in subduing the local element' through the additional characters seems to miss this very strikingly Irish context, which would, needless to say, not have been facilitated at An Darner.
The information has emerged, and no force -- however censorial
-- can undo what has been done.
My example exhibiting ten nine-letter words: STERCOLIN RELATIONS CONTRAILS CONSERTAL CREATIONS SECTORIAL LARCENIST SECTIONAL CROTALINE CENSORIAL
Specifically, deference is a malleable concept they can invoke, regardless of the name of the standard of review they purport to apply, to help ease the burden of sustaining a law's constitutionality or, in the case of Morse, a government official's censorial
208) In denying corporations the freedom to have this type of participation in political discourse, Michigan was restricting the corporation's speech based on content, which is "the essence of censorial
restrictions on councillors' ability to communicate with their constituents through the media seems unlikely - even if too often public information from local authorities, and especially government departments, are overly controlled by communications teams.