This is a somewhat perverse
decision and does not seem to give any recognition to the practice followed by this same council in the immediate past in its dealings with the rationalisation of schools in the county.
In Why the Law Is So Perverse
, University of Pennsylvania Law School Professor Leo Katz uses social-choice theory to analyze anomalies he attributes to the common law.
It seems to me perverse
that this is deemed acceptable.
It is perverse
that a section of the route through Greater London, clearly affecting large numbers of people, has been subject to so little environmental mitigation," he said.
The boy, whose story I am about to tell, was named Jack Perverse
, and his nature was answerable to his name.
The trip in effect becomes a perverse
pilgrimage," he added.
I accept its flaws despite the perverse
situation it has inflicted on Cardiff.
All these perverse
incentives drive the price up," Rawlins said.
Beyond that, he calls attention to the author's exposure of "the perverse
infrastructure upon which our breakfast, lunch and dinner are built.
Dare I say that it is a cunning perverse
Wellman's sexual scenarios were quite perverse
, so be prepared.
Further, not applying the rule creates perverse
incentives by encouraging insureds to stop work immediately after an accident and to overstate the injury for fear that honest efforts to work will destroy eligibility for benefits.
Lionel gives Arbus entry into the netherworld of dwarves and misfits, all of whom, as seen by Shainberg, are a bit too apple-pie for the perverse
world we associate with the photographer.
Santa Cruz incident as a further example of this hostile political climate is simply perverse
Despite early faith in these allowances, a new generation of researchers soon drew attention to various shortcomings that arose from continued concern with perverse
incentives and an emphasis on indirect support through tax credits that favored the middle classes.