reviewing interpretations of law emanating from
Proportionality is, for Barak, ultimately a legal question for judges to decide, and on his account it is to be judged strictly rather than deferentially
4) This distinction is critical because the scope of appellate review over factual determinations occurs under the more deferential substantial evidence standard, (5) whereas courts can review mixed questions of law and fact less deferentially
Reformed vampires deferentially
affirm that entitlement; by feeding on the same animals that humans eat, they acknowledge human priority.
Smiling and graceful, these girls circulate among groups of elegant gentlemen to deferentially
offer trays laden with champagne flutes, small dainty cakes, or canapes.
He treated his black customers as deferentially
as his white--when the latter were not there--and like the parliamentary candidate's wife, he never neglected the babies.
Francis's retirement from actively governing the Order, however, does not signal the end of his influence: At the Chapter of 1221, for example, he is deferentially
referred to simply as "the Brother," and all of Francis's successors are called "Vicars" as long as Francis is alive, the title "Minister General" coming into use only after his death.
Sharing vocals, they tread deferentially
around the source material - not always Everly-owned, such as the John Denver-penned Poems, Prayers And Promises, which is a highlight here.
It is possible that you can also make your own proposals," he said deferentially
Low approval ratings for presidents who have proceeded too deferentially
toward the legislature are not just a modern phenomenon.
However, Marvin Epstein of Montclair, New Jersey points out that there exist a number of phrases (many relating to the Middle Ages) "in which the adjective deferentially
follows the noun:
In chapter 46 of the Tiers byre, Pantagruel refers deferentially
to Triboullet as "nostre morosophe.