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DIT

Abbreviation for diiodotyrosine.

DIT

Abbreviation for diiodotyrosine.
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"Twenty-five of the 31 leagues, including the Birmingham and District Football League (AFA), saw an overall reduction in dissent," Shoemake explains.
Players who show dissent to an official in adult football will be shown a yellow card and sent to the sin bin for 10 minutes.
If a player receives a yellow card for a foul as well as spending one period in the sinbin for dissent, they will be allowed to play on.
Dissent is of the needs to "Dissent is a key part of the game that and our has proved bins work FA chief Mark needs to be tackled, and our pilot phase has proved that sinbins work well.
Yet, the case proved historic because of the dissent penned by Oliver Wendell Holmes which laid out an immortal metaphor for free speech: Holmes believed that the best test of truth was for it to get itself accepted in what he called the 'marketplace of ideas'.
Towards the end, the top court judge stated that dissent may not hold legal footing but writing a dissenting note is an appeal to the brooding spirit of the law in anticipation that 'today's dissent may become a law tomorrow'.
suppresses dissent within the public sphere and views failure to conform
Even in the climes where mayors were burnt and killed, some were taken to court, which is an expression of decent dissent. In 2004 alone, seven mayors in the Philippines were taken to court.
Filipino voters must be allowed to choose freely during the elections and their right to dissent be respected, President Duterte said last Thursday.
She emphasized that dissent under Duterte administration is the 'highest form of patriotism' and urged Filipinos to amplify the voice of dissent and reason in defending democracy.
One area where a clear pattern emerged from Judge Fahey's dissent was criminal cases, where he tended to favor the defendant and sought to protect defendants' rights.
For many people, perhaps most people, the value of dissent lies almost totally in the outside possibility that the minority opinion might be correct.