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Alexander's favorite rhetorical technique targets the inconsistency and inexpediency of Darius' threats.
The 9 February 1808 vote, 51 to 35 against inexpediency, showed voting patterns that would surface again in 1814.
Considerations on the Inexpediency of the Law of Entail.
There are many reasons which suggest the inexpediency and the impolicy of creating a class of vessels for which no one is in any way responsible.
Implicit in the Court's reasoning was a recognition that although an arrest warrant provided less privacy protection than a search warrant, the Court would not require more because of the inexpediency of requiring police to obtain a search warrant prior to arresting a suspect inside her home.
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logistical difficulty or practical inexpediency, but out of deep
not bound with other elements, calcium oxide forms in the final slag in case of presence in the charge of more than 80 % CaO (provided content of silicon is not more than 20 %), that's why the calculations show inexpediency of high amount of its additives.
Sometimes this idea of inexpediency will result from the fear of the vastness of the consequences that a decision on the merits might entail.
Following the 1825 Red River meeting, messengers met in October at Mount Gilead Church, Todd County, Kentucky, "to deliberate on the expediency or inexpediency of constituting a new Association.
Despite political inexpediency and international condemnation, Paraguay-South Africa military relations were rooted in the inherent weakness of their respective political systems and in the lack of industrial infrastructure in Paraguay.