"As to her name or whereabouts you are not at liberty to disclose
And this is the cause why many times men as well as women, and men of the greatest and best qualities other ways, yet have found themselves weak in this part, and have not been able to bear the weight of a secret joy or of a secret sorrow, but have been obliged to disclose it, even for the mere giving vent to themselves, and to unbend the mind oppressed with the load and weights which attended it.
As the publishing this account of my life is for the sake of the just moral of very part of it, and for instruction, caution, warning, and improvement to every reader, so this will not pass, I hope, for an unnecessary digression concerning some people being obliged to disclose the greatest secrets either of their own or other people's affairs.
I should not disclose
my place of refuge even to her, in order that she and my uncle might be able, with truth, to deny all knowledge concerning it; but any communications addressed to me under cover to my brother would be certain to reach me.
The other side discloses
a broad doorway (closed by a canvas screen), which serves as a means of communication with an inner apartment, devoted to the superior officers.
Unless authorized by law, we cannot disclose
, without your consent, your tax return information to third parties for purposes other than the preparation and filing of your tax return.
While this practice is not inherently wrong, some companies failed to disclose
their actions to investors, who, as a result, did not have a correct picture of corporate expenses and executive incomes.
FIANNA Fail will make more than e120,000 from a fundraising dinner and will not have to disclose
the cash to the Dail ethics watchdog, it has emerged.
If CPAs anticipate that their external service provider will disclose
confidential client information to persons or entities outside the U.S., will the fact of anticipated disclosure require specific informed written consent of the client?
But a group of activists has garnered agreements from at least three major corporations to disclose
and have their directors oversee "soft money" political contributions made with corporate funds.
6694 imposes a $250 penalty on a return preparer for filing a return or refund claim that results in an understatement of liability due to a position for which the preparer knew, or should have known, that there was not a realistic possibility of being sustained on the merits, and did not disclose
the position in accordance with Sec.
Responding in his typically confrontational style, Cheney told a group at a Chicago Republican fund-raising luncheon: "What I find most disturbing about these stories is the fact that some of the news media take it upon themselves to disclose
vital national security programs, thereby making it more difficult for us to prevent future attacks against the American people.
In particular, it describes how an adviser may commit fraud by failing to disclose
adequately potential conflicts of interests with clients, as opposed to affirmative misrepresentations to clients.
A HEADTEACHER has been banned from the country's classrooms after she failed to disclose
her relationship with a sex offender.
Tester is sponsoring the Democracy Is Strengthened by Casting Light on Spending in Elections (DISCLOSE
) Act to require organizations who participate in political activity, including Super PACs, to promptly disclose
their donors who give more than $10,000 during an election cycle.