"We concur fully," reply others, "in the objection to this part of the plan, but we can never agree
that a reference of impeachments to the judiciary authority would be an amendment of the error.
to keep our own secret, and to work together in furtherance of our own schemes.'
At length some of his favourites whom he most confided in, knowing his cruelty and our inability to pay what he demanded, and apprehending that, if he should put us to the death he threatened, they should soon see the fleets of Portugal in the Red Sea, laying their towns in ashes to revenge it, endeavoured to soften his passion and preserve our lives, offering to advance the sum we should agree
for, without any other security than our words.
I wish, he said, that you would hear me as well as him, and then I shall see whether you and I agree
. For Thrasymachus seems to me, like a snake, to have been charmed by your voice sooner than he ought to have been; but to my mind the nature of justice and injustice have not yet been made clear.
6 : to be fitting or healthful <The climate agrees
Notwithstanding the filing of this charge, the government agrees
to "defer" its prosecution of the charge through pre-trial and trial proceedings if the defendant adheres to various obligations outlined in the DPA.
VNU has agreed to reimburse IMS $15 million of costs related to the failed purchase and an additional $45 million to IMS if VNU agrees
to be acquired over the next 12 months.
* If a diocese agrees
to permit the blessing of same-sex relationships, the synod should allow for a conscience clause and should consider shared episcopal ministry.
It is now well-settled that when an individual employee agrees
to submit all employment-related disputes to arbitration, the Federal Arbitration Act mandates that the agreement stands "on the same footing as other contracts" and is enforceable with respect to statutory discrimination claims.
For example, one of the three items measuring interest in mathematics stated, "mathematics is boring." If the respondent totally agrees
(a value of 4) with this item, it means that they do not have a high interest in mathematics.
No way would Bush have anything to do with him." Einhorn agrees
. In the Bush administration, as he delicately puts it, "The default mode was skepticism about anything involving Clinton."
Harrison, who has been to North Korea seven times, agrees
. "The North Korean perception, which is really a reality, is that we weren't carrying it out, so the hawks in North Korea, who had opposed this in the beginning, were vindicated," says Harrison.