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Finally, it is indeed a breach of military rules and possible a dismissible offence for a US soldier to insult his commanding officer (President Obama).
Per Israeli calculations, Arab peoples are dismissible.
The atrocity stories in those books were dismissible by the Ostrich Left as regrettable but understandable security excesses, like the American prison camps in Guantanamo Bay: After all, they must have done something to be locked up, right?
These small, dismissible and seemingly naive gestures retain efficiency in their lack of ambition and may even be more noticeable, thus more meaningful, than the usual grand gestures found in a lot of public art.
As costly as it has been, one thing is for sure, the old Middle East paradigm, of powerful elites backed by formidable allies, oppressing weak, dismissible peoples, is unlikely to be resurrected.
Budgetary issues such as the affordability of having committee members testify in court and the costs associated with prolonging otherwise dismissible petitions, should be considered when making changes to the statute.
Nowhere near the cavalier finesse of a Great Houdini, his comportment is quite comprehensively naturalized in the dismissible demotic terms of the stereotypical negative male ethos: self-absorption, pretense, dilettantism, vanity, vagueness, idle curiosity, reticence, forgetfulness, indolence, carelessness, lack of imagination, and general ineffectuality.
This is and always has been a dismissible offence in my business and there are reminder notices in every one of my staff rooms reminding employees of this policy as well as the employee handbook.
While most of these are easily dismissible, some of them hold great promise.
Considered accordingly, an invasion of Oahu was easily dismissible from a resource perspective.
The Court found that half of GEM's claims were dismissible on their face and that discovery was required with respect to the remaining claims, but in so ruling, the Court expressed skepticism as to some of GEM's positions.
Gray said in his review of the novel, "The church, so dismissible in Housekeeping, is central to Gilead" (38).
As a diagnostician, medication is imperfect, but neither is it simply dismissible.
Authorized" biographies, in my view, are dismissible by their very nature, being effectively ghostwritten autobiographies.
The sum of Davies' argument is that some of the romantic qualities that made The Pilgrim's Progress universally popular became dismissible for Bunyan in his later, and theologically more successful, fictions.