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Problems arise with proscriptions that start with "thou shalt," which tend to be ethical goals rather than rules.
For example, Cornaeus denied the existence of positive levity, yet, in view of the explicit proscription against such a conclusion, he added, somewhat mischievously, that he had taught such an opinion for many years, but now, "because the authority of my superiors commands something else, I say that it is probable that gravity and levity are two positive qualities .
Seneca's Controversia and Appian's proscription tale of Lepidus end the discussion on how this tumultuous period was addressed in literature.
Although bloodless or transfusion-free surgery was pioneered to serve the Jehovah's Witness community's religious proscription against transfusions, Jabbour (U.
This September, the World Health Organization announced it is reversing its 30-year proscription against the proven, powerful insecticide, DDT.
The proscription against private ownership of edged weapons extends even to collectible science fiction merchandise.
As the setback proscription did not apply to subterranean volumes, extra space is created by embedding an entire storey underground.
Needless to say, the schools may find proscription of gifts and meals difficult to justify if their faculty are heavily involved with industry themselves.
Oblivious to carb counts, I ended up following the main proscription of popular low-carb diets: no refined carbohydrate foods.
Those who think that these Nigerian variants of the hallowed, usually rare, supernatural phenomena are dubious public nuisance are celebrating the proscription of their publicity in the secular electronic media.
CBD offers significant savings on over 12,000 proscription drugs.
The court upheld the conviction of Aaron Sean Holman, 33, who contended that excessive force was used in retrieving the plastic bag from his mouth in violation of the Fourth Amendment proscription against unreasonable search and seizure, and so the drugs should have been kept out of court.
The Bill defined 'terrorist act' and created categories of 'terrorism offences', introduced a means for executive proscription of 'terrorist organizations', and created derivative crimes in relation to membership and other specified connections with such 'terrorist organizations'.
that there has been no substantive change to the proposed provisions on the proscription of organizations, which have been the major cause for concern for many in Hong Kong and elsewhere,'' Rammell said in a statement.