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- His objections were overruled, and Groves resigned himself to leading a project he thought had little chance of success.
- Objections were also raised to Zermelo's use of the axiom of choice, although this axiom quickly found broad acceptance among mathematicians.
- Objections are a legal and proper part of the trial process.
- Objections were lodged by five Anglicans from the Nkhotakota region.
- The objections were particularly voiced when the Linux kernel was awarded the Golden Nica in the "net" category of Ars Electronica 1999.
- Anderson, being a firm believer in the doctrines and teachings of the Mormon Church, made no objections.
- The apostle Paul, for instance, anticipated objections which arise from misunderstanding of his doctrine.
- The video report was titled, "Objections to Dalai Lama visit," and was filed from Beijing by CNN's Emily Chang.
- The sultan rejected the treaty, however, partly because of the objections of the British and French ambassadors in Istanbul.
- However, there have been a few objections to this interpretation.
- The judge may agree or disagree with such objections.
- Attorneys may make objections during the trial in an effort to limit the testimony being presented.
- He also failed to uphold objections that the scheme would damage the area's breeding grounds for rare birds or its protected peatlands.
- Poland tried to introduce a formal Numerus Clausus law in 1923, but faced objections from the League of Nations.
- The present Commission, the Barroso Commission, took office in late 2004 after being delayed by objections from the Parliament which forced a reshuffle.
- Please follow the style used by the article's existing citations and do not change the format without checking for objections on the talk page.
- Michael Dummett here expands upon his interpretation of Frege, and answers criticisms and objections that have been raised.
- Objections to the provisional recommendations led to a public inquiry which was held in Bridgend on 28 June and in Pontypridd on 30 June 2004.
- If the examining attorney assigned to an application raises no objections to registration.
- As late as yesterday, many people had still not listed all their specific objections to the text, or were talking vaguely about "examples" etc.
- Over the strenuous objections of his doctors, Tupac appeared in court shortly before sentence was passed.
- However, objections from Orthodox rabbis torpedoed this effort at cooperation, and the proposed joint effort faltered.
- Opponents made several objections to the Friedman and Schwartz thesis that are worth highlighting here.
- After two years (1860-62) with the army in Algeria, he went to Paris, over parental objections, to study painting.
- As with the official-language controversy, objections to the use of Taiwanese came not only from Mainlander groups, but also Hakka and aborigines.
- Certain objections arise to the theory that the spirits of the dead communicate.
- There were four main objections made to communist-anarchism by the individualists.
- Almost 12 years after losing the Falkland Islands War to Britain, Argentina has won a diplomatic battle to rearm its military over British objections.
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- At the time, we had nothing against Cyber Patrol, Microsystems, or Mattel beyond our general objections to censorware.
- The fallacy of trivial objections, is also referred to as nothing but objections, barrage of objections and banal objections.
- Trivial objections often appear when an argument is difficult to oppose.
- Jewish objections to Messianic Judaism are numerous and often begin with objections to the term "Messianic Judaism" itself.
- The examination of evidence from a search is intended to fully report all "material objections" to the title.
- A respondent who does not wish to submit to the jurisdiction of the Court may raise Preliminary Objections.
- Over strong objections from Beijing, Governor Chris Patten introduced democratic reforms to the election process for the Legislative Council of Hong Kong.
- However, France agreed in June 1939 to transfer Hatay Province to Turkish sovereignty, despite the strong objections of Syria's political leaders.
- Those plans have prompted strong objections from Moscow, but Obering said they were not aimed at Russia.
- The measure had to be enforced, however, over the objections of the colons, who made little distinction between Muslims and Jews.
- The objections which this paper raises are not directed against any lack of logic in the presentations cited.
- Hilbert submitted a paper on the subject, and despite objections from Gordan, the world expert on invariant theory, it was accepted.
- These objections were published in a document called The Remonstrance of 1610, and his proponents were therefore also known as Remonstrants.
- In the next section we discuss the objections that most anarchists have towards the Platform.
- There are, however, still traditionalists within the fencing community who have fundamental objections to the practice (discussed later on in this section).
- The transfer, however, triggered objections from military counter-intelligence who suspected he was a hidden Communist and regarded him as a security risk.
- If the applicant's response does not overcome all objections, the examining attorney will issue a final refusal.
- Egypt has not voiced major objections on the issue of Nile water diversion, which Sudan's hydroelectric project would entail.
- But serious objections to the policy came from the London Borough of Bromley, an area of London which has no Underground stations.
- Labour OTOH might grumble, but they have no fundamental objections, and it basically matches their policy of leaving the seats' fate in the hands of Maori.
- In July 1990, Kohl asked Soviet leader Gorbachev to drop his objections in exchange for financial aid from (West) Germany.
- Application may be amended in order to meet the objections.
- Labour's original plans to place the foreshore and seabed in Crown ownership were scuttled after the vehement objections of its influential Maori MPs.
- Princess Victoria's uncle, King William IV, disapproved of the match, but his objections failed to dissuade the couple.
- A couple has religious objections to fertilization taking place outside the body.
- Objections to debtor's exemption claims must be filed within 30 days of the date a creditors meeting is completed.
- The statement shall be served on the appellee, who may serve objections or propose amendments thereto within 10 days after service.
- If the Houses differ as to the objections, the bill cannot be reintroduced in the legislative session of that year.
- If he disapproves of the bill, he must return it to the House in which it originated together with his objections.
- The letter stated her objections to Muslims in France ritually slaughtering sheep by slitting their throats without stunning them first.
- Your suggestions are very helpful in my opinion and I would have no objections to implementing the naming of Scouting articles as you suggest.
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