simply because some disapprove of it not only disserves
the educational interests of students, but also raises serious constitutional concerns," the (http://www.
In the end, however, I remain convinced that a prosecutor disserves
the public when she allows --or, to be more accurate, requires--grand jurors to continue deliberations after the prosecutor has decided she does not want to indict.
That court rejected the settlement agreement, describing it as "a selfish deal between class counsel and the defendant [that] disserves
165) However, failing to stay a preliminary injunction granting same-sex couples the right to marry disserves
the public interest, which should weigh against granting an injunction.
and likely creating complexity that disserves
the government's and
He indicates that the "one-size-fits-all approach" mandated by the Federal government disserves
the local schools which endeavor to create healthy meals with affordable ingredients but meals that the kids actually will eat.
The "two sides" framing is disingenuous, normalizes injustice, neutralizes potential activists and disserves
students who are typically captive audiences receiving academic credits and entitled to truthful information and contexts.
Yet it disserves
Coover's real contributions to a wide tradition of multiple fictions to ignore what might be called his multivalent writing, likely a term Bob himself would never use.
In the script, the two pathetic old women are an important part of the ballast of wretchedness, and trivializing them disserves
It also described the hostile statements as reflecting Iranian leaders and officials insistence on interfering blatantly in Bahrain's internal affairs in particularly, which disserves
Medicine's reductionistic habit emphasizes components and episodes, which disserves
the reality that most clinical events do not occur de novo but merely represent the moment of recognition in which an attenuated distributed process has become apparent.
However, victim blaming disserves
its message and import.