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This Review contains major "Matters"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.
- Matters are complicated when Wu Da Lang's brother Wu Song (Wu Qing Zhe) returns for revenge, reminding Lotus of a passionate encounter from the past.
- Matters were complicated by the fact that there was no government land left, on which Octavian could settle the disbanding Legions.
- Matters were made worse when Cobain's parent's divorced when he was seven and by his own account Cobain said he never felt loved or secure again.
- Matters were stirred up even further when the three bandmates invited Jello Biafra to "bury the hatchet" in the form of a band reunion.
- Matters are more complicated with oral examinations, especially in the case of academic secondary schools.
- Internet Work At Home - --Do you find your self working too hard, spending time away from what matters most in your life.
- These area committees, as well as relative staff, deal with local matters such as development control and licensing.
- Over time, the Maltese were given a measure of autonomy on local matters and domestic affairs.
- The island has control of local matters through an Island Council, an Executive Council, and a lieutenant governor.
- There are 79 municipalities in Iceland which govern local matters like schools, transport and zoning.
- Iceland is liberal in terms of lesbian, gay bisexual and transgendered (LGBT) matters.
- The series includes seven letters (June 7 and 8, 1918) concerning future employment, financial matters, publishing solicitations and personal matters.
- A specialist who can talk with patients and their families about emotional and personal matters, and can help them make decisions.
- An "attorney-in-fact" is akin to an agent who acts on behalf of another person, typically with respect to business, property, or personal matters.
- This is especially valuable for someone like Fermi who was a rather private individual and not fond of talking about personal matters.
- When talking of economics or matters pertaining to it, we use a Western vocabulary and we think within the conceptual framework of Western economic theory.
- Governor-General's school visit Sir Denis Blundell always liked talking to senior high school pupils about constitutional matters.
- It is the supreme authority, not only in all matters of faith and conduct, but in everything it teaches.
- Control Monger is a Sci-Fi FPS game in which you control a space vehicle, in a world where combat is everything that matters.
- The economic Panic of 1837 undoubtedly directed Spooners interest toward financial matters, if only because it caused him to lose everything.
- Gradually forced to give up secular power, popes have come to focus again almost exclusively on spiritual matters.
- In the early ages of the Church, the popes committed to some residentiary bishops the duty of watching over ecclesiastical matters in a certain region.
- From the earliest Christian times the popes were wont to confer with the Roman presbytery on matters affecting the interests of the Church.
- The Chamberlain of the Sacred College of Cardinals is the secretary-treasurer of that body, and has responsibility for its financial matters.
- The following matters are dealt with in them, and call for the counsel of the cardinals: the creation, i.
- Perhaps none of this matters, some cardinals suggested, returning to the charisma issue.
- All Education matters are under the Ministry of Education, which like all other ministries has its head office in Nairobi.
- Matters such as education and roads were the responsibility of county councils.
- The fact that just like its counterparts across the country, the Kerala government has also curtailed its budget for education, hasn't helped matters.
- According to the matters on the agenda, the Council meets in different compositions: foreign affairs, finance, education, telecommunications, etc.
- The Minister for Finance (Irish: Aire Airgeadais) is the title held by the Irish government minister responsible for all financial and monetary matters.
- In some churches deacons exercise responsibility from practical matters (finance and fabric)- either separately or together with the elders.
- In this video, Lama Ole Nydahl explains ultimate reality: the truth beyond all personal matters, and how this truth can be realized through Buddhist methods.
- In some states, the investigating grand jury is limited in scope to matters brought to its attention by a prosecutor.
- Theodosius, however, was unable to do much about Maximus due to his still lacking military and was forced to keep his attention on local matters.
- The Elder Mahakassapa then turned his attention to Ananda in virtue of his reputable expertise in all matters connected with the Dhamma.
- First, as is well-established in law and parliamentary practice, the principle of necessity must underscore all matters of privilege.
- The principle of Tawhid reserves the authority to determine and dictate in matters pertaining to the world or to human society solely for God.
- In the bull Unam sanctam in 1302 he expounded the principle that Catholic princes are subject to the pope in temporal (moral) and religious matters.
- Every county is served by the court which hears civil and criminal cases, including matters formerly handled by justices of the peace.
- In the year 1140, we find Bernard engaged in other matters which disturbed the peace of the Church.
- In 1573, the Confederation of Warsaw declared that 'we who differ in matters of religion will keep the peace among ourselves'.
- Thus, the monastic order met periodically to reach agreement on matters of doctrine and practice.
- The Agreement regulated the matters of the Church in Poland.
- However, reaching an agreement on security matters will be crucial to any future agreement, and it seems as if Abbas has just raised the bar.
- But the laity were in the Lutheran circles excluded from the office of church government and hence also from the duty of deciding upon matters of doctrine.
- The council is responsible for matters relating to the coordination and promotion of the apostolate and Christian life of the laity.
- With Gratian he reaffirmed the exemption of the clergy from the jurisdiction of the civil tribunals in religious matters.
- One day Comgall dispatched one of his clergy, Beoc, to Rome to consult Pope Gregory about some matters of order and rule.
- After these and various other matters had been attended to, all who were present, clergy and people, gave thanks to God and agreed to the pope's proposition.
- Debates over these and other matters of law continue to define Judaism more than any particular dogma or creed.
- Also significant is the fact that Islam differs remarkably from Judaism and, to a lesser extent, Christianity in matters dealing with conflict.
- They argued against the Rabbis in mostly legal matters, threatening the very existence of Judaism.
- A publication house had printed a version of the Rambam's son Abraham's work on how it is possible for Rabbis in the Talmud to err in matters of science.
- The only opinion that really matters is the one that endorses gay commitment ceremonies and the ordination of professing homosexuals as rabbis.
- The Council of Imperial Cities was not fully equal to the others; it could not vote on several matters such as the admission of new territories.
- With permission from the king, it could vote on matters related to the fiscal system and the military.
- With the consent of these, adherents who contribute regularly to the support of the church may vote on temporal matters.
- In matters deemed very important, both senat and the sejm debated together in the chamber of the senate.
- They could veto the senate, had the same powers of a consul or dictator, but held a considerable degree of authority over all matters.
- When matters reached a crisis the Senate, at Cicero's urging, turned to Octavian for help.
- Matters came to a head with the leadership when Anderton refused to vote in parliament for the sell-off of the Bank of New Zealand.
- By a custom that prevailed even before the Parliament Acts, the superiority of the House of Commons is ensured insofar as financial matters are concerned.
- The EU Council of Ministers, which represents the member states, consults the Parliament, which is empowered to discuss whatever matters it wishes.
- Queen Victoria believed that the "rough and tumble" of politics was a man's world and she deferred to her husband in most matters of state.
- Its goal is to develop local democracy through "opening up" politics and by making decision making, on political matters, available to the common citizens.
- Judgment, values, and politics are what matters on the Court.
- Collectively through council and academic assistance, our elder members can assist the younger ones with guidance in all matters of collegiate life.
- The alumnae felt that, with their guidance in matters such as finances and housing, a new organization for Catholic women would be quite successful.
- The Church in fact became a powerful institution in the Philippines, being frequently looked to by the people for guidance in political and social matters.
- This committee is prepared to offer counsel and advice in all matters related to the education of Jewish children.
- The Khalifah Umar ibn al-Khattab often sought his advice on important matters of state and described him as "the young man of maturity".
- The result of this was a letter to the pope in which Boniface reported his actions in Bavaria and asked advice in various matters.
- The legal system is based on Islamic law with admixtures of English common law primarily in commercial matters.
- Islamic Law does have separate courts for Muslims for "religious crimes" and contemporary non-religious courts for other criminal and civil matters.
- The Council of Europe defines Islamophobia as "the fear of or prejudiced viewpoint towards Islam, Muslims and matters pertaining to them".
- This dilemma can be understood in the context of the methods with which the early Muslims sought guidance in matters not explicitly covered in the Koran.
- Since the early 1970's, Adi Da has written numerous books on religion and related matters (see below).
- Comments may pertain to posted articles, commercial real estate projects, news of interest to the CRE community, or related matters.
- Defra has issued draft guidance on the role that the Secretary of State expects Natural England to fulfil in regional planning and related matters.
- In 1861, the Zongli Yamen, a kind of ministry of foreign affairs was established to deal with the foreign powers and related matters.
- The next order of business, once matters had been settled in Rome, was to deal with the forces of Brutus and Cassius in the East.
- The Ombudsman does not deal with matters that are currently before a court or that have already been settled by a court.
- There is substantial room for personal opinion on all of these matters, because as I said before, Judaism is more concerned about actions than beliefs.
- This does not mean that all matters on which religious organizations or beliefs may pronounce are outside the sphere of government.
- As a private organization, Girl Scouts of the U.S.A. respects the values and beliefs of each of its members and does not intrude into personal matters.
- She takes an active interest in matters of belief and, like King Carl Gustaf, is a member of the Church of Sweden.
- It should be observed that taqlid pertains only to the realm of the shari'ah; there can be no taqlid in the matters of belief (usulu 'd-din).
- Ambrose was known to be Catholic in belief, but also acceptable to Arians due to the charity shown in theological matters in this regard.
- Under 5 U.S.C. 500(e), the Office is empowered to determine who may practice before it with respect to patent matters.
- With respect to the effect of a demurrer, it is a rule that a demurrer admits all such matters of fact as are sufficiently pleaded.
- In Luther's time, parents had a right and a duty to direct their children's marriage choices in respect to matters of faith.
- As such, law is moral, authoritative, communal and, therefore, fundamentally concerned with matters of equity and justice.
- Anarcho-capitalists wish to keep the government out of matters of justice and protection, preferring to delegate these issues to private groups.
- He introduced a general civil code, abolished torture, and established the principle that the crown would not interfere in matters of justice.
- In 1999 the Woolf Reforms unified most of the procedure of the Supreme Court and the County Court in civil matters.
- Certain matters, such as defamation and malicious prosecution, regardless of the amount being claimed, must go to the Supreme Court for adjudication.
- Subpoenas mailed across state lines for matters of litigation quasi in rem or in rem were allowed by the Supreme Court in Pennoyer.
- Circumcision is nothing and uncircumcision is nothing, but keeping the commandments of God is what matters.
- To some of us, the wresting of beauty out of language is the only thing in the world that matters."'' — Anthony Burgess.
- To say that gardening, especially the planting of seeds, can be like an act of faith is not the same thing as leaving such matters to chance.
- The only thing that matters is that there is a charged field, and that it has a VEV. Everything else is details.
- In matters of faith, compromise is in contradiction with God who is Truth.
- They were written by holy men of God inspired by the Holy Spirit and have supreme authority in all matters of faith and conduct.
- It encompasses matters of belief (e.g., about the nature of God, what actually happened at Mt.
- However this term has taken a significant technical usage in Muslim history and theology, denoting those matters over which Muslims hold conviction.
- John Wimber depended upon Jack Deere for advice on matters of theology.
- Although the logical positivists held a wide range of beliefs on many matters, they were all interested in science and skeptical of theology and metaphysics.
- There was now no magister militum living in Rome, so the control even of military matters fell to the pope.
- As matters turned out, events at Rome were to offer Octavian a new basis for claiming legitimate leadership of the Roman people, albeit a non-legal one.
- The see of Rome was accorded prominence in the early Church in issues related to matters of the universal church.
- The title search of the public records will reveal matters which affect the title, both beneficial and burdensome.
- In matters of precedence, membership in the college outranks any title conferred by an office, other than the see of Rome.
- If there are serious problems found in the chain of title the title insurer will report those matters and also exclude them from coverage.
- The district court refused to vacate the judgment, but stayed its enforcement pending final determination of all matters in the case.
- In this case, it is the placing of the two highest priority substituents with respect to the double bond which matters.
- He is to obtain the approval of the sacred college once and for all for matters of lesser moment but in each case for business of greater moment.
- The fact that the Allies continued to blockade Germany until after the Treaty of Versailles did not help matters, either.
- The fact that it had rained hard the morning before the race didn't help matters, and Skinner lost control of his car in the wet grass.
- Complicating matters is the fact that only a tiny percentage of the historically known Avesta has survived.
- Sometimes when there are numerous parties and cross-complaints, parties may be adverse to each other on some issues and in agreement on other matters.
- In uncontested divorces, the parties agree to all matters, and present an executed separation agreement to the court for approval.
- A trial seeks to ascertain the truth of the matters in issue between the parties and to apply the law to those matters.
- Despite these important differences, however, the Qur'an repeatedly counsels Muslims not to dispute with other monotheists over matters of doctrine.
- In civil cases, District Courts' jurisdiction extends to matters in which more than one million shekels (approximately U.S. $300,000) are in dispute.
- So if two schools shared a vinaya, but were in dispute over doctrinal matters, it was likely that they would continue to practice together.
- Scripture must be our sole authority in matters of doctrine and life.
- Protestants therefore see Scripture as the sole authority in matters of faith and practice.
- Moreover, section 1-108 of the Code provides that the practice at common law applies to all matters not already regulated by statute or rule of court.
- One obvious reason is that Christians are not students of the word of God, the source of all truth for matters of faith and practice.
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