Rather, the impulse of local governments has been to fight efforts to disincorporate
If we have to, we'll try to disincorporate
the city," he said.
Ginsberg is struggling to disincorporate
what has been literally ingested into his body and all that has been figuratively assimilated into his persona as Allen Ginsberg the professional American poet.
3) A municipality can dissolve in order to disincorporate
The memorandum does not disincorporate
PWRDF or integrate General Synod's relationships work into PWRDF.
In 1901, a citizens' group persuaded the state legislature to disincorporate
Dripps' instrumental procedural due process model would disincorporate
the privilege as applied to the states, but would retain (and add) crucial procedural safeguards of modern confession law, including Miranda warnings, the right to refuse to answer questions, and the requirement that a suspect knowingly and voluntarily waive his rights.
New ways forward need to be found to disincorporate
the subject from the false promises of incorporated capital, and to make it responsive to the liberties of civil society and the duties of social commitment that these imply.
If many small businesses opt to disincorporate
, the tax generated for the Revenue could be significant.
It is very easy to incorporate but it is much more difficult to disincorporate
Instead, we see Ashcroft signing the papers to disincorporate
the city of Times Beach, victim of a notorious dioxin scare; urging tourists to avoid his state lest they interfere with an ongoing FBI manhunt for neo-Nazis; petulantly refusing for a time to return a commemorative silver dinner set to its rightful owner, the U.
Through her physicality, then, Imogen will always trouble the masculine political order that worked to disincorporate