WORDS RELATING TO «A LAW UNTO ITSELF»
a law unto itself
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «A LAW UNTO ITSELF»
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in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to a law unto itself
and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
A law unto itself
: the untold story of the law
firm Sullivan ...
Traces the history of the influential American law firm, whose senior partners have included John Foster and Allen Dulles, and looks at the firm's role in corporate takeovers
Nancy Lisagor, Frank Lipsius, 1989
A Law Unto Itself
: Power, Politics, and the IRS
Investigative reporter David Burnham provides the first book on the IRS that reveals the appalling excesses its power creates, from political manipulation to internal corruption.
David Burnham, 1989
A Law Unto Itself
: How the Ontario Municipal Board Has ...
Illuminates OMB practices of overturning municipal land-use planning decisions to impose its own policies, which are generally protective of private interests, and of applying provincial planning policies within the context of its own ...
John George Chipman, 2002
A Law Unto Itself
?: Essays in the New Louisiana Legal History
The ten essays in this volume -- which address law in the state through the nineteenth century -- mark the coming of age of the New Louisiana Legal History.
Warren M. Billings, Mark F. Fernandez, 2001
Partners: Love Is a Law Unto Itself
Ten highly intelligent, erotically charged short stories set in a top New York law firm, Partners explores the intrigue, sexual politics, romance and misbehaviour that absorb alpha male and alpha female practitioners as much as winning the ...
Harrison Young, 2013
Begat: The King James Bible and the English Language
We regularly read that, in such-and-such a country, the police force has become
a law unto itself. Militias and pirates are laws unto themselves. The negative tone
even survives a pun: an article on the failings of a social care department began
David Crystal, 2010
The Latter-Day Saints' Millennial Star
And ' again, verily I say unto you, that ' which is governed by law, is also
preserved by law, and perfected and sanctified by the same : that which breaketh
a law, and abideth Hot by law, but secketh to become a law unto itself, and willeth
Suffering Witness: The Quandary of Responsibility after the ...
The node of this resistance is found in the claim that each human being
possesses a will that is free, which is to say, is a law unto itself. Being a law unto
itself, the will is incapable of belonging to another, its very structure transcending
James Hatley, 2000
and Religion: Essays on the Place of the Law
in Israel ...
... certain sections of the scroll were composed previously, and that some of the
traditions embedded in it originated in an earlier period'.4 Yadin has argued
consistently that the scroll belongs happily within The Temple Scroll: a law unto
Barnabas Lindars, 1988
The Individual Subject and Scientific Psychology
10) that each personality is a law unto itself The course of each life is a lawful
event, even though it is unlike all others of its class Lawfulness does not depend
upon frequency nor upon uniformity, but upon necessity There is a necessary ...
Jaan Valsiner, 1986
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «A LAW UNTO ITSELF»
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Reign of terror grips Lesotho
Lesotho is lurching towards a military dictatorship as the army unleashes a reign of terror on its citizens, acting as a law unto itself and arresting, ... «Times LIVE, Jul 15»
EDITORIAL: Public has right to know
... operate as though it is a law unto itself – that it can speak when it wishes to, to which issues it chooses, and when it cares not to it stays silent. «Nation News, Jul 15»
The Mystery of the Sopore Killings
... the counter-insurgency group Ikhwan-ul-Muslimoon became a law unto itself. Ambiguous statements by militants have aggravated such fears ... «Economic and Political Weekly, Jul 15»
Two new alcohol laws take effect
Both laws include other provisions. One includes a ban on the sale of powdered alcohol that might otherwise have been a law unto itself. «Statesboro Herald, Jun 15»
Cops cost TT million$
Ratiram said the judge's award was a lesson that even during a State of Emergency, the police cannot act as a law unto itself. 3 men tasered by ... «Trinidad News, Jun 15»
Shock pre-election surge in house prices
Experts say the housing market is now "a law unto itself" with prices rising despite the uncertain outcome of the forthcoming General Election ... «Introducer Today, Jun 15»
Warned Malwani cops of hooch racket, no action taken: MNS
"The trust has become a law unto itself. This is travesty of the PPP concept," Thackeray said. Article continues. Stay updated on the go with ... «Times of India, Jun 15»
Border Services must lift the veil of secrecy: Editorial
However harsh the Harper government's attitude toward unlawful immigration may be, the CBSA cannot be a law unto itself. And bureaucratic ... «Toronto Star, Jun 15»
The al-Bashir saga: Questions about the bottom line on SA's …
... is not a law unto itself — it once again seems to have dodged the opportunity to articulate principle, without wanting to appear unprincipled. «Thought Leader, Jun 15»
But make no mistake, this further serves to illustrate how the executive branch under President Jacob Zuma has become a law unto itself with ... «Daily Maverick, Jun 15»