Former Pakistan all-rounder Abdul Razzaq said the bowlers would have been able to defend
a total of 140 or more if the batsmen had done their job.
While people who peddle fake news should be hold accountable, De Lima said Filipinos should defend
'anyone and everyone who is in the rightful, responsible and accountable exercise of their rights.
Attorneys general who have declined to defend
Is the duty to indemnify without a corresponding duty to defend
an anomaly, or at least a bit illogical?
If I can defend
it, great; if I don't I'm not going to let it affect me too much.
There's all sorts of different ways the law is unclear," Rottinghaus said, adding that the state constitution allows the attorney general to choose how "effectively" to defend
In Washington, if coverage is not clear from the face of the complaint but may exist, the insurer must investigate the claim and give the insured the benefit of the doubt in determining whether the insurer has an obligation to defend
and the Storm also look to defend
their boys title at 1:50.
But I know I wouldn't be where I am today if I couldn't defend
It's not only the defence that defends
- it's also the strikers.
It does not appear decent of Kazmi, a trustee of a Shiite mosque in downtown Bhendi Bazar, to defend
a terrorist," the organization said.
is used for a danger or an attack that is actual or threatening.
Israel Vazquez will defend
his World Boxing Council super bantamweight belt against the vicious Rafael Marquez on March3 at Home Depot Center in Carson.
According to the editor, only religious leaders "should be permitted to publicly defend
their religion's tenets [in criticizing homosexuality].
But when John Hood, president of the John Locke Foundation, a free market think tank in North Carolina, set out to defend
the social value of product promotion, he found himself up against an unexpected group of critics: advertisers themselves.