Their religion is not a mere superstitious fear, like that of most savages; they evince abstract notions of morality; a deep reverence for an overruling
spirit, and a respect for the rights of their fellow men.
interest was furnished by those great Asiatic airships that went upon incalculable missions across the sky, the crimson-clad swordsmen who might come fluttering down demanding petrol, or food, or news.
Though Mr Omphile expressed disappointment at the minister's line of argument, he conceded that the minister had the power to overrule them, but he questioned the manner in which the overruling
IT was reported that when the Italians protested at the EU overruling
their choice of Prime Minister, who they had appointed democratically, it was said that Italians were not colonists or slaves of the EU.
Now the Immigration Minister has struck back by overruling
this body, the Herald Sun reports.
But Robertson hit back: "On overruling
MPs, that's very interesting because on the Scotland Bill, 58 of 59 Scottish MPs have voted for that legislation to be strengthened and they have been outvoted by English MPs.
The court overruling
the objection linked it with condition of submitting authority letter within one month.
University of Texas (1) began with a question of Fisher's standing, but after a few brief exchanges, Justice Stephen Breyer changed the subject to the potential overruling
of Grutter v.
The court observed that there was no absolute jurisdictional bar to the court's overruling
its own precedent.
We introduce two accounts of overruling
drawn from the scholarly literature on the subject and, in light of those accounts, we evaluate the approach to overruling
taken by the Court in the recent common law case of Imbree v McNeilly (2008) 236 CLR 510.
It describes how pro-life groups can erode the precedential value of Roe, paving the way for its overruling
, and legally discourage abortion once again.