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The Supreme Court of Canada struck down last year a ban on physician-assisted death for the "grievously and irremediably ill" as unconstitutional, notes the report, entitled In Sure and Certain Hope: Resources to Assist Pastoral and Theological Approaches to Physician Assisted Dying, released June 9.
They are common because we are neighbors, and because, like it or not, the world around us is irremediably global.
They are common because we are neighbours, and because, like it or not, the world around us is irremediably global.
At the same time, Myerism is growing, forcing the movement to come to grips with a non-believing world that followers had grown accustomed to viewing as irremediably corrupted and hostile.
In this study, Gang Zhao proves that such a picture is irremediably flawed and ultimately undoes the tired idea that every Chinese late imperial regime was, without exception, antimaritime.
The accomplishments of figures like Douglass in turn encouraged abolitionists and refuted images of free people of color as irremediably degraded.
Be that as it may, the entire group of Republican presidential contenders has been irremediably diminished to a sickly and unworthy flock of possible standard bearers for the GOP.
Although the liberal tradition in France is usually described as weak, Chabal UII overstates its weakness when he says that it "appeared irremediably lost in a French political landscape already overpopulated with grand ideologies." Liberals such as Thierry de Montbrial promoted the teaching of market-friendly neoclassical economics in key republican institutions such as the Ecole Polytechnique.
However, if there is no progress in the talks along with some hope of relief from economic sanctions and hardships, and if the threatening language toward Iran continues, their ability to pursue the route of reconciliation and negotiation could be irremediably undermined.
One of the questions back then was, have I done something that is going to irremediably change the kids?
"I am certain that the truth will shine, plots will be revealed, slander will collapse and the cowardly and ruthless schemers will irremediably remain exposed," the announcement said.
[USPRwire, Tue Nov 18 2014] In line with trends observed towards the end of the review period, a boom in smartphones and tablets in Mexico is irremediably having a negative effect on the dynamism of imaging devices in general, which is seeing a retail volume sales decline of 2% in 2014 (1% decline in 2013), after a review period positive CAGR of 4%.
In other words, a shared desire for community is irremediably thwarted by a lack of community.
The unaided senses were irremediably flawed; instruments and experimentation had their limits; observation and measurement inevitably produced discrepant data; literary sources and oral testimony were the worst of all.
Uppermost in the minds of cultural commentators will be the duty to remember those who died, along with all those whose lives were irremediably affected by the world's first mechanised war.