“This opinion is indeed prejudiced in so far as it does not take into account that both San Gennaro and Vico have proved embarrassing to educated Neapolitans, and more especially to the descendants of those lawyers who in the eighteenth century came down from the provinces to Naples to fill high positions in the administration and who embodied the Enlightenment.”
“Thus the “problem ori - ented” American judge will take into account trends of decision in other United States jurisdictions and apply principles of legal philosophy much more readily than his English counterpart.”
“In doing their calculations, the Geiers failed to take into account that 1990 was the first year “autism” was given its own category by the DOE.”
“Of course, they know that the number of jobs is inflated, does not take into account temporary employment, or employment that was already in place (essentially employees are counted several times), but seriously, they should know better than to just blindly follow the OBUMA administrations guidelines when dealing with the public.”
“Moreover, we can have no knowledge of mixed being or non-being, unless we take into account that which is all-being.”
“We have seen already that besides the Massoretic Text we have to take into account the earlier text followed by the Septuagint translators, and the still earlier readings of the Samaritan Pentateuch; a detailed investigation of this subject belongs to the field of textual or lower criticism.”
“In considering his subsequent history, we are to take into account that it was upon the brain and nerve-power, thus exhausted by early excess, that the draughts of sudden and rapid literary composition began to be made.”
“Yes, an instant thirty-five-mile-long defensive system strains credulity but only if we fail to take into account the lay of the land.”
“Pirner, endeavored to take into account the latest technical requirements, such as a good wading capability, heavy armor, a rotating turret with 7. 5cm gun for the medium type and good maneuverability.”
“In Germany, too, the feminist movement can be traced to 1968, to a Frankfurt conference of the German SDS, when Helke Sander declared the equality of the sexes and demanded that future planning take into account the concerns of women.”
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