dissenter


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a person who dissents from the doctrine of an established church

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I would understand if the Arab dissenter does not know Ellen Bork and her policies, but it is his duty to know the Israelis lurking at the borders with his country, and to not let his ignorance push him towards colluding with them.
White believes that if presidents could be convinced to listen more carefully to dissenters, they would be less likely to make such costly errors as George W.
more detailed information about the identity of the dissenter and the
Written as if by a foaming High Anglican zealot of the most bigoted stamp, and drawing extensively on high church sermons, the pamphlet argued that the best way of dealing with the dissenters was to banish them abroad and send their preachers to the hangman.
Looking like a dissenter is riskier in times of uncertainty, he says.
You see, it wasn't until I came out as a dissenter against certain policies of the left-wing political establishment that I learned what it is like to be on the "wrong side" of an issue.
Justice Stephen Breyer, another dissenter, wrote: "Above all, in this highly politicized matter, the appearance of a split decision runs the risk of undermining the public's confidence in the Court itself.
Nowhere in Culture and Anarchy does one discover what a Dissenter looks like, while in Dickens, one might argue, one finds little else.
The dissenter suggest that a bankruptcy judge, with the benefit of hindsight, has the facts and expertise necessary to decide whether the sale is valid, an expertise which they say the U.
The Puritans, themselves Dissenters, did not care much for Morton, a dissenter from Puritan views, and drove him out of his settlement at Merry Mount.
For example, John Sharp, the moderately High Church Archbishop of York, spoke and voted in favour of the occasional conformity bill each time it appeared in the House of Lords, yet he had permitted the Dissenter Richard Baxter to come to communion at St Giles-in-the-Fields while he was rector there.
Justice Janice Rogers Brown, Sole dissenter in the California Supreme Court's 6-1 ruling that Catholic Charities must include contraceptives in its employee drug coverage (Los Angeles Times, March 3)
Although the supermajority vote would probably not have prevented the statement of cash flows from being required, a compromise satisfactory to at least one dissenter would have changed the nature of the statement.
The lone dissenter was Assemblyman Ray Haynes, R-Temecula, who said in an interview he believes the bill would encourage the concept of ``smart growth'' planning - for example, planning high-density housing near transit centers.
It is perfectly legitimate for someone to say that clerical celibacy ought to be abolished for the diocesan priesthood and not be a dissenter.