He found, for instance, that the business of carrying satchels for railroad passengers was a pre-empted
one--whenever he essayed it, eight or ten men and boys would fall upon him and force him to run for his life.
How did he enjoy having another man following his wife every where and making her name a familiar word in every garlic-exterminating mouth in Italy with his sonnets to her pre-empted
After that they explored the woods, threaded by countless paths, ever opening out in new surprises of green-painted rustic tables and benches in leafy nooks, many of which were already pre-empted
by family parties.
The railroad is asking the Surface Transportation Board to clarify that state and local statutes and regulations are pre-empted
in connection with transloading of liquefied petroleum gas (or propane) from rail cars to trucks.
Mazda asserted that the family's lawsuit was pre-empted
by National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) regulations that required automakers to install lap-shoulder belts on seats next to a vehicle's door or frames, but gave them the choice of installing either lap belts or combination belts in the rear inner seats.
He pledged more efforts to improve government's performance and, enforce auditing tools at ministries and government departments, vowing to pre-empt 'unprogrammed irregularities' to be pre-empted
Summary: Prime focus today will fall on Bernanke's Senate testimony later today, though Bernanke pre-empted
his appearance with a column in the WSJ reiterating.
The media coverage "constituted serious interference in the course of justice and pre-empted
the outcome of the trial.
In doing so, the Vermont court rejected Wyeth's argument that, because Wyeth's drug labeling and warnings were FDA-approved, her claim under state law was pre-empted
by federal law.
Like the 2003 election in the United States of a practising gay Episcopal bishop, where there had been no national, nor international debate and consensus--the unilateral action of the Eastern Synod has made discussion and decision within the ELCIC more difficult and in danger of a politicization of a theological and pastoral dispute which has already pre-empted
the place of reasoned reflection with the threats of exit-strategies.
Councilman Cameron Smyth urged caution in supporting the project in its current form, because locally imposed limitations could be pre-empted
by the federal government, which could back freight passage.
criticism by increasing the price paid to its dedicated milk suppliers by 0.