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Under Iranian interpretation of Sharia law, a court may overrule a male guardian's decision relating to a daughter or wife.
However, even then we independents have no unilateral power to overrule committees.
I said: `How could you overrule a line that far away?
I said `How could you overrule a line that far away?
The duty to overrule erroneous holdings repeatedly materializes in Justice Taylor's decisions--often in response to the dissent's accusations of judicial activism and to justify the possibility of unfair results that may occur from the court's decisions.
If the whole country is convinced that Beckham made an elbow and you cannot overrule it, is that right or not?
S 1175, the Equity Expansion Act of 1993, will, if signed into law, overrule any decision to implement FASB'S Accounting for Stock-Based Compensation exposure draft.
The answer to the question is so obvious that the question of a reversal turns upon the Supreme Court's willingness to reconsider and overrule, directly or in principle, its seminal holding in First Security Bank.
Regis Valley site, saying it would be unfair to the other states to overrule the decision of the review committee.
In addition to attempting to distinguish K-12 education from higher education, the plaintiffs have called on the Court to overrule its recent holding and declare that classroom diversity can never serve as a compelling governmental interest sufficient to justify the use of race.
Musharraf has claimed he does not have the authority to overrule the verdict - but a senior legal officer in Pakistan has said he does.
At the very best, it was too close for Davidson to overrule the initial call.
The all-American duel took top billing in the evening session in New York and lived up to all expectations, with Capriati aided by a controversial overrule call as she fought back from a set down to prevail 2-6 6-4 6-4.
When further informed that university administrators would not overrule the SBA, the pro-life club contacted Freedom for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE), a Philadelphia-based campus freespeech group.
Circuit Court of Appeals later refused to overrule the lower court, although an appeal in the Adler v.