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“He said that prosecutors claimed they could dismiss cases in which desk appearance tickets were issued by police but not the cases in which police issued summonses, but that it was "totally arbritary" who got a summons and who got a desk appearance.12.45pm: That was interesting... here's a summary of what we've just learned:”
“I'd have to say Billb has it about right on why the denial - "punishment", "reward", and add "arbritary”
“As I understand it, the current problem is that the (somewhat arbritary) 2010 retirement date offers no guarantee that the shuttle will complete its manifest.”
“British Chamber of Commerce warns arbritary limits will stop firms employing right people to drive growth”
“NASA can actually FINISH the ISS rather than simply stop work at the arbritary 'core complete' stage.”
“In fact, combining a term invented 800 years after his birth (AD) with one invented 1400 years after his birth (BC) is so capricious, so historically arbritary, it probably makes him cry.”
“Their continued imprisonment seems to be completely arbritary.”
“Without "gov'mint" interference, there would be no minimum wage, no weekends off, no appeals of arbritary dismissal.”
“Jackson says he is determined to carry on playing his part for Congo: By running some arbritary distance an unnecessary amount of times I wanted to get people to be aware of Congo and those who have and continue to suffer in silence . . .”
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