Show More Sentences The ideological dimension, according to Steger, is filled with a range of norms, claims, beliefs, and narratives about the phenomenon itself. The mansa, or emperor, had to be approved by the Great Assembly known as the Gbara, despite hereditary claims. This step was followed by the temporal independence of Scotland, which was one result of the continual poverty of Richard I. There are even some sources that claim some of the treasure ships might have been as long as 600 feet. The Secretary of State notes that you claim that your father approached village elders with a request that they mediate in the blood feud in which your family is involved. One medical professional claims these meds Risperdal, Olanzpine, Haldol, Invenga and so on cause Labotomy and castrations to the body.
He was challenging the nuclear claim made by the vice president, which was central to the argument, the case for war, the smoking gun in the form of a mushroom cloud. In England the exclusive jurisdiction of deciding rights to arms, and claims of descent, is vested in the Court of Chivalry. He claims that he is a lineal descendent of a famous military hero. He claims the new regulations will encourage people to invest. Claim Definition A statement essentially arguable, but used as a primary point to support or prove an is called a claim. The books are valuable for the many geographical and historical claims that can be retrieved from the work. We shall fight on the beaches, we shall fight on the landing grounds, we shall fight in the fields and in the streets, we shall fight in the hills; we shall never surrender.
As the name implies, aesthetic judgment revolves around deciding whether or not a piece of writing fulfills artistic standards. At best, they claim, clever programming might allow it to simulate human emotions, but these would just be clever fakes. However, many essays are shorter or longer than five paragraphs. He basically gained the land he wanted, the Mexican government was paid, but the Mexican populace lost out. The procedure was introduced to enable fast, efficient and high quality dispute resolution of claims related to the financial markets. Offices established to support Taipei's claims over Outer Mongolia, such as the Mongolian and Tibetan Affairs Commission, lie dormant. But this claim has never been verified and who holds him now is unclear.
We make claims when stating our opinions or sharing facts with others. However, when the treaty was broken in 1369, both these English claims and the war resumed. There were immediate disputes of Macpherson's claims on both literary and political grounds. James Gordon Bennett once said, I have made mistakes, but have never made the mistake of claiming I never made one. Bickerton claims that creoles are inventions of the children growing up on newly founded plantations.
In 1579, Sir Francis Drake claimed the land of California for Queen Elizabeth I. If you default on your mortgage repayments, the bank or lending institution has the right to claim 100 per cent of the property. Petrovitch had taken and passed the astronavigation exam the exact same time Rimmer had made his claims to fishhood. Nor are the properties of absolute certainty, rational irrevisability, or infallibility attributed to a priori claims. In nearly all deregulating cities the number of taxis increased, more people were employed as drivers, and deregulation advocates claim needs were better satisfied.
In 1188 William secured a papal bull which declared that the Church of Scotland was directly subject only to the see of Rome, thus rejecting the claims to supremacy put forward by the English archbishop. Furthermore, fish oil supplement studies have failed to support claims of preventing heart attacks or strokes. Ronald Reagan However, Illinois also claims Abraham Lincoln, Ulysses Grant, and most currently Barack Obama as Illinois residents. Show More Sentences In 1529, Charles I of Spain relinquished all claims to the Spice Islands to Portugal in the treaty of Zaragoza. Tiny sold her hotel, invested half her money in Dawson building lots, and with the rest she developed her claim.
There are not very many universally accepted, taken for granted claims that do not require some amount of evidence. The Church claims apostolic succession as a legacy of the old Unity of the Brethren. If the claim is accepted, the Portuguese Continental Shelf will become one of the largest in the World. A mover can underquote you on purpose or by accident then claim for extra money because the end volume of the consignment doesn't correspond to the volume quoted. Fact A claim of fact argues whether something is true.
Nydam Bog has played a role in the Danish national claim for Southern Jutland. No one near by had a claim on his veneration or his obedience. And lie detector tests were at one point thought to provide clear and accurate evidence, but you could use facts to argue that they can be unreliable. Show More Sentences In Central Australia anthropologists claim that white men were responsible for the disappearance of polygyny and gerontocracy practices. Some works make the claim in passing, perhaps citing someone else's claim of a copyist's error as justification. By committing your thesis to paper, you'll be able to refine it as you research and draft your essay.
Governments, he claims, are based on both this natural social instinct and on the express or implied consent of the governed. The popular phrase was picked up from Sen. In other words, one can be fallibilist about both claims that are said to be apriori warranted and the a priori warrants for the claims. I thought it was your main argument. They claim no one has refused to buy a wide-bodied motor home on the grounds of noncompliance with the regulations. They claim that about one third of open ocean sharks and rays are under threat of extinction.