Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of recourse.

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Examples

  • But our own personal choices also matter for our future and the future of our children, we have to know the limits of our recourses to sustain us but more important is what we leave for the next generation.

    Is Economics All About Scarcity?, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • I am well aware of what is required in terms of recourses when dealing with an arrested person having retired after doing my 30 years and in case your wondering I spent plenty of time behind a shield in Brixton, Southall and Notting Hill so I also have plenty of first hand experience of public disorder and flying missiles.

    Ooooh….. I didn’t know that! « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG

  • A far cry from a "wish you were here" postcard, the poem indicts any poetic act that fails in such a context to push beyond consoling tropes and the familiar poetic recourses to myths such as the fall, "the one we love about/The season's redemptive powers, its/Dazzling imitation of death."

    Carol Muske-Dukes: "To a Soldier" Poem

  • The IRS and DMV allow citizens who have their applications fail at some point in the process recourses to correct their mistakes, most errors in the immigration process go without remedy.

    San Diego to Arizona: “Look, just because we called you racist bigots…” | RedState

  • I do like Demonstration Project very much, spatially for educational purposes, but as soon as a particular model becomes slightly complex it requires too many machine recourses and the figures stop too evolve smoothly in the screen.

    Wolfram Blog : 5,000 Demonstrations: The Time to Go Interactive Is Now

  • A far cry from a "wish you were here" postcard, the poem indicts any poetic act that fails in such a context to push beyond consoling tropes and the familiar poetic recourses to myths such as the fall, "the one we love about/The season's redemptive powers, its/Dazzling imitation of death."

    Carol Muske-Dukes: "To a Soldier" Poem

  • While Rabbi Michael Lerner has been right to point out that liberals need to offer a language and lifestyle that appeals to the same grievances that attract evangelicals and other believers to megachurches, the long-term right thing to do is politely, but stiffly refuse to accept any religious recourses to explain reality, even when they would appear to help our cause.

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  • A far cry from a "wish you were here" postcard, the poem indicts any poetic act that fails in such a context to push beyond consoling tropes and the familiar poetic recourses to myths such as the fall, "the one we love about/The season's redemptive powers, its/Dazzling imitation of death."

    Carol Muske-Dukes: "To a Soldier" Poem

  • But I support our troops 100% and I want them to have the best recourses possible.

    McChrystal: More Forces in Afghanistan or ‘Mission Failure’

  • Any attempt by the company to sidestep that responsibility should be met with the strongest legal recourses available.

    Terrance Heath: The Party of BP, And Proud Of It

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