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at 445 (emphasis added), with the historic practice of "relegat[ing] racial minorities to separate and assertedly equivalent public facilities and institutions," id.
strongly protected, assertedly fundamental individual rights, provides a
First, Luttig pointed out how Harvey's asserted right of access is "wholly unlike the claims in Heck for an assertedly illegal investigation and arrest.
an assertedly commonplace fact pattern in which a downstream user (or
Assertedly, by recognizing virtual property rights, Linden would distinguish itself from other virtual worlds available on the Internet and thus increase participation in Second Life (ibid.
It assertedly stands as a token for the recognition of the need to institutionalize the participation of diffuse groups in the political process, or of the increasing role of functional representation in the post-industrial western societal milieu.
views, but he assertedly sought "to resolve the issue by
In applying the three-part test, a court considers whether "the 'function, way, or result' of the assertedly substitute structure is substantially different from that described by the claim limiation.
The President's supporters would treat Congress' use of conditions, not cutoffs, as a reversion to what they would deem President-doubting, congressional-micromanaging syndromes after the Vietnam War and Iran-Contra, assertedly (23) out of place (24) in the post-9/ll world.
criminal trial but rather on the state interests assertedly supporting
Motz may have given too little credit to the majority by declaring that the panel pointed to "only a single, justification for its unprecedented decision" that "Hamdi's capture in a 'zone of active combat' was assertedly 'undisputed.
It frustrates the will of the majority of the people who elected to provide an alternative, assertedly more democratic system of campaign financing for Massachusetts electoral offices than the current private financing scheme.
73) In support of this conclusion Judge Kozinski offers two arguments, one based on the additional time that judges (and their staffs) assertedly would need to produce opinions worthy of citation, the other stressing the extra time that judges and lawyers assertedly would need to research and process those opinions once produced.
Further, a mechanism that I have called "the unseen seer" in studying medieval European visions appears to have been at work in the Americas as well: an assertedly one-on-one conversation between the visionary and his spirit is in fact observed by a person who is present allegedly without the visionary being aware of him.
requests required production of assertedly privileged material.