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And should any one in any case be content that his oath shall go unkept on a merely unsubstantial controversy as to HOW it shall be kept?
Milton, rising to the occasion, defended the act in a pamphlet, thereby beginning a paper controversy, chiefly with the Dutch scholar Salmasius, which lasted for several years.
Then 'it came into his head, "How if the steeple itself should fall?"' and with that he fled alike from the controversy and the danger.
Can we wonder that men who felt their happiness here and their hopes of hereafter, their worldly welfare and the kingdom of heaven at stake, should sometimes attach an importance beyond their intrinsic weight to collateral points of controversy, connected with the all- involving object of the Reformation?
Those who had an opportunity of seeing the inside of the transactions which attended the progress of the controversy between this State and the district of Vermont, can vouch the opposition we experienced, as well from States not interested as from those which were interested in the claim; and can attest the danger to which the peace of the Confederacy might have been exposed, had this State attempted to assert its rights by force.
Begbie, too eager for the controversy to wait any longer at the gate.
Many hundred large volumes have been published upon this controversy: but the books of the Big-endians have been long forbidden, and the whole party rendered incapable by law of holding employments.
The controversy is untenable,' Sotto said in a text message on Wednesday when sought for comment on Faeldon's sacking as BuCor chief.
We devoutly wish the controversy over moon-sighting on Eid to be resolved.
Rather than specify a dollar amount, state court plaintiffs may plead damages "in an amount to be determined at trial" or "in excess of the jurisdictional limits of all lower courts." These statements do not establish an amount in controversy. If the defendants wish to remove to federal court under a statute imposing an amount-in-controversy requirement most commonly the diversity jurisdiction statute, which requires an amount in controversy exceeding $75,000, "exclusive of interest and costs," 28 U.S.C.
This controversy was known as the Satanic Verses controversy.
Adding to the controversy over the entry of women to the Sabarimala and tarnishing the sanctum sanctorums of the temple premises cannot be taken lightly.
Summary: New Delhi [India], Jan 3 (ANI): Dismissing the controversy surrounding the Rafale fighter jet deal, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj on Thursday said that it is present "only in the minds" of the Congress, even as several MPs from the party staged a walkout from the Upper House.
RAWALPINDI -- To end the controversy of jurisdiction, the Rawalpindi police have started erecting signboards indicating the start and end of the limits of each police station.
Among their topics are Chinese voices in the rites controversy: from China to Rome, revisiting the Malabar rites controversy: a paradigm of ritual dynamics in the early modern Catholic missions of South India, Jesuit and Oriental rites in the documents of the Roman Inquisition, secularizing the Andes: the effects of transcultural processes on colonial Andean rituals, and A Cross Concealed Among Flowers: interpreting a secret ritual in 17th-century Chinese Christian communities.