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They say no when they mean yes, and drive a man out of his wits just for the fun of it," returned Laurie, entrenching himself behind an undeniable fact.
They had not the strength to address their thanks to the king, who himself cut short their solemn reverences by entrenching himself suddenly behind the
Ms Brewer argued that not allowing fathers good rights presented an inconvenient truth, entrenching the assumption that women will look after children while fathers work.
THE ENTRENCHING TOOL, NS 5120-00-878-5932, IS A COLLAPSIBLE, FOLDING TOOL USED AS A SHOVEL FOR DIGGING.
We have encountered the view that entrenching statutes cannot possibly have any policy value, and therefore they either should be unconstitutional for that reason or should not be a topic of academic debate, for no reasonable legislature would want to enact them.
While we are seeking to have the Board's actions invalidated in the Delaware courts, we need your support to send the Board a message to stop wasting your money by entrenching themselves and raising roadblocks to our offer.
Under a staggered board scheme only one third of a board would stand for election each year, thus entrenching the remaining two thirds.
Pure World filed its own lawsuit against the trust and its trust managers accusing them of illegally entrenching themselves and wasting the trust's assets.
We expect to open more than one new Boston Chicken every business day in 1995, further entrenching us as the leader in the home meal replacement category.
We believe the directors should be focused on improving value for shareholders - and not on entrenching themselves at the expense of your rights as shareholders.
amp;uot;Lance's superb leadership skills and his knowledge and relationships with the Hollywood community will prove critical to entrenching Microcast as the leader in enabling content owners to migrate to the burgeoning realm of Internet broadcasting.