Wherefore, guided by the foregoing hornbook
doctrines, the Motion to Discharge Accused SPO4 Roy Villegas as state witness is hereby granted," read the order of Judge Irineo Pangilinan Jr.
It will become the hornbook
citation for cultural preservation in the way Chief Justice Hilario Davide Jr.
Each of the novels in the series--Bedouin Hornbook
(1986), Djbot Baghostus's Run (1993), Atet A.
Helmholz, Wrongful Possession of Chattels: Hornbook
Law and Case Law, 80 Nw.
19) Thomas Dekker provides a vivid image of this in The Gull's Hornbook
, a send-up of the early modern conduct manual, as he advises the loiterers in the cathedral nave to
Carnes added, "It is hornbook
law that 'a principal may be held liable for the acts of its agent that are within the course and scope of the agency.
Owing to its complex relationship to politics and the magnitude of the (often capricious) Supreme Court's role within it, constitutional law has a contingent character that resists hornbook
She has taken part in programs and workshops at Dawson Center, Core Dentistry, Perio Laser Institute, PAC Live, and Hornbook
, researching the newest technology and improvements in the dental industry.
the era of mechanically based technologies for grade school education (late 19th through mid 20th centuries)--such as, blackboards, standardized desks, the hornbook
, "magic lantern" slide projectors, et cetera; technology as classroom support tools;
I can scarcely express what I but dimly perceive-and yet I think I perceive it--that you may judge the more clearly I will put it in the most homely form possible-I will call the world a School instituted for the purpose of teaching little children to read-I will call the human heart the horn Book used in that School-and I will call the Child able to read, the Soul made from that school and its hornbook
Would it serve as a good text or hornbook
for a student of CT Law?
Also, Justice Stephen Breyer said during oral arguments, "I thought it was hornbook
law that agency conduct was judicially reviewable.