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to aid the cause of by approving or favoring

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The advocation of Composite Resins have opened up new vistas in the arena of Restorative Dentistry.
This analysis is followed by a reexamination of their conceptual framework -- particularly the "mismatch and segregation" hypotheses -- and a return to an advocation of operationalizing the culture of poverty concept.
4a, 5 Repair 1a, and 1 Advocation 3, all in the OED (Oxford: Oxford
6) Although from the picture Bromwich draws it is already possible to gain sight of the strategy of resolution Wordsworth will employ in his greatest encounter poem, "Resolution and Independence," I wish to argue that in later poems, such as" Beggars" and "Resolution and Independence" where Wordsworth seems more troubled by his encounters with vagrant poor, he revisits the scene of sympathy to investigate the poetic opportunism implicit in his earlier and direct advocation of almsgiving in "The Old Cumberland Beggar.
Alison Prentice refers to nineteenth-century school promoters as "fathers," whose constant extension of government control over schooling, and advocation of a system of education where the public, perceived in the mid nineteenth-century as being inherently "susceptible and weak," was a "family" that "required the parental interference of the state," to be achieved through free and compulsory schooling.
Though such a concern puts me out of step with a dominant, and perhaps overly playful, advocation to call into question the idea Fanon as author and the irrelevance of authorial intention, it does provide a useful structure.
185) Here, commentators point specifically to the position of women in the Koran, polygamy,(186) parts of the punishment system in the Koran, the lack of freedom of faith, and the lack of tolerance, or advocation of violence, toward others.
In either case this advocation of individual well-being must be either exposed or transformed into a less self-serving ideology.
Unfortunately, this advocation of self-reflection in law seems at best to be sloppily ignored and at worst blatantly, arrogantly and cynically disregarded.
In spite of provoking outrage from her male sage peers, especially when she advocated population control, Martineau succeeded in becoming one of the country's most prominent intellectuals--in part because she appeared committed to selfless advocation of the public good.
Currie's advocation of lexforism in what are known as true conflicts has lead critics to attribute to him a consequentialist jurisprudence of state policy advancement.
The lessons learned in Wave Two added to or reinforced those articulated in Wave One, and were largely bundled around four key areas: communication, collaboration, advocation and "getting started.
But since complete control of the club for Ashley appears to be looming ever closer, why don't we indulge in wee bit of devil's advocation here – would he be SO bad for Rangers?