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Meanwhile, the GAA has moved quickly to clarify a potential anomoly in the new disciplinary experiments that has seen the introduction of the 'sin bin'.
The anomoly means a trucker parked on one side of the street of, for example, Pettigo, which borders counties Donegal and Fermanagh, could smoke in his vehicle but would be breaking the law in doing so while parked on the other side of the road.
Tyrone have been a stunning anomoly in recent years; possessing some of the country's finest footballers but one of the barest trophy cabinets to boot.
X 1 257+68-External corrosion between 3:00 in., 0.200 in deep and 10:00 positions 2 Wheel count 391937-Map Station 257+66-1st Girth Weld 3 Wheel count 391945-Map Station 257+57.5-External corrosion 4 Wheel count 391987-Map Station 257+16- 5 Wheel count 392018-Map Station 256+85.6-External corrosion # Smart Pig Results Teletest[R] 1 Wheel Count 391935-Map Station Moderate 257+68-External corrosion between 3:00 Anomaly and 10:00 positions 2 Wheel count 391937-Map Station Weld 257+66-1st Girth Weld 3 Wheel count 391945-Map Station Minor 257+57.5-External corrosion Anomoly 4 Wheel count 391987-Map Station Weld 257+16- 5 Wheel count 392018-Map Station Minor 256+85.6-External corrosion Anomoly
Despite the intemperate ad hominem o f Cobbett and a host of other ideological opponents of Malthus, whose first biographer described him as "the best abused man of his age," they nevertheless had grasped the anomoly of a minister's sounding at least as impersonal and impassive toward human suffering as Swift's Modest Proposer.
Hershkoff's point, an anomoly of the absorption of Puerto Rico is that it is harder to explain in terms of classic economic imperialism than is, say, the rather ruthless takeover of the formally independent monarchy of Hawaii during the same period.
He wrote, "The refusal to consider the distinct situation of Indians is a common affliction of modern American liberal thought." The author then outlined his opinion that the situation of Blacks in America is something of an anomoly. While failing to recognize that some countries such as Guatemala host an Indian majority, Kymlicka concludes his volume by defending its close attention to Aboriginal Affairs in North America.