These nominees were unfairly rejected and the political animosity consumed them but that has come to pass and we have to form a government, he said.He said a mismatch by the governor of the nominees academic qualifications and the respective departments was not a determinant when approving or rejecting
Google Play also started rejecting
apps with 'Flappy' on the title.
In this research we demonstrate that rejecting
alternatives makes consumers more likely to select preference-inconsistent options.
For decades Catholics in Canada have put up with Catholic politicians mocking and rejecting
the gravest moral principles without a public reproach from their local bishops.
If there are multiple contracts, a receiver can "cherry-pick"-affirming the most profitable contracts and rejecting
the less profitable ones--whereas a single contract presents the receiver with an all-or nothing situation.
Recent legal cases have proved that timing can be critical to a customer successfully rejecting
a product or a service from a business.
Anti-spam filters run the risk of rejecting
or delaying legitimate e-mail, if they mistakenly identify a valid business message as spam.
Bishop Taama said that ECUSA "should not be at a loss" as to whether African provinces were rejecting
money or not.
They held to a Calvinist soteriology while rejecting
both all forms of hyper-Calvinism on one hand and Arminianism on the other.
The Service will work closely with taxpayers to perfect incomplete or inadequate offers before returning or rejecting
Moreover, the legislative history is clear that Congress--after considering and rejecting
alternative definitions--chose to leave the SEC's definitions in place.