It is well settled by now that Article 204 is to be construed
in conjunction with Article 19 and Article 66 thereof in a manner which should deter the commission of contempt of court, but at the same time it should preserve and protect the freedom of speech and expression, it adds.
Accordingly, the judge construed
the term "inert" such that it would not preclude coatings that had a trivial amount of reactivity with the other components.
The judge added that having examined plaintiffs' song and the three accused songs, the Court found that the songs could be reasonably construed
as being substantially similar although the accused songs have some elements in common with plaintiffs' song, their mood, tone, and subject matter differ significantly.
Surprisingly Pettit acknowledges this, contending instead that his noumenalism, like Kant's, can be construed
ontologically or epistemically.
The [MFA] provides that 'Congress hereby declares that the continued regulation and taxation by the several States of the business of insurance is in the public interest, and that silence on the part of the Congress shall not be construed
to impose any barrier to the regulation or taxation of such business by the several States.
Sources--who didn't want to speak on the record while making what could be construed
as disparaging remarks about the site--said that such a design concept might be costly and technically difficult to execute and could make the building more vulnerable to the kind of car or truck bomb attack that spurred a redesign and repositioning of the Freedom Tower.
The trade association believes no state regulated authority should allow advertisements that may be construed
as supported by the state government.
Assignment to a general officer position should not be construed
as the Senate's consent of promotion nomination, and there will be no action to frock or promote until Senate confirmation.
The Constitution, which says nothing specific on the subject, should be strictly construed
and not left open to interpretation by liberal judges who would allow gay marriage.
6229(a) should be construed
in favor of or against the government.
The 9th and 10th Amendments ("The enumeration in the Constitution, of certain rights, shall not be construed
to deny or disparage others retained by the people" and "The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people") get the same silent treatment in the federal curriculum.
The closing letter to the parties also pointed out that the FTC's closing of the probe should not be "construed
as a determination that a violation may not have occurred, just as the pendency of an investigation should not be construed
as a determination that a violation has occurred.
Personal services might be construed
narrowly, as in the context of a specialized service performed by an individual for the personal benefit of another, such as the services of a doctor or a lawyer, or in the context of professional services, such as those listed in Sec.
In other words, the government's thinking--with which we agree--is that for purposes of Circular 230 "employer" is to be construed
broadly to include entities beyond the employee's W-2 employer and even beyond the affiliated group of corporations of which the employee's W-2 employer is a part.
In some parts of the country, that might be construed
as violating the separation of church and state.