On the other hand, he has explained his acquiescence
in its decriminalization as a reflection of the popular will.
Notwithstanding these questions, the Service has not withdrawn or limited its acquiescence
The Divorce Culture starts out reasonably enough, lulling the reader into complacency, if not acquiescence
, with its drone of no-nonsense studies, statistics, and aptly-stated admonitions.
What we need to find is a way of appealing to the white voters who should be our constituents but who have succumbed to the Republicans' strategy of--and rightist Democrats' acquiescence
One more instance of OECTA's cooperation with the board in its villainy is OECTA's having nothing to say (short of placid acquiescence
) about the board's termination of the teacher's salary while he is in court.
The IRS signaled a new approach to this issue with the release of AOD 1996-010,(13) in which it underscored its original acquiescence
in result only in Cristofani, but offered some new reasoning.
For such a state to exist, Rosenberg shows, there had to be mass acquiescence
. "The system was confining, boring, and vaguely sinister, but it was comfortable and it was theirs."
"The common wisdom about the unremitting sexism of popular culture, and our lemming-like acquiescence
to it, can't be quite right," she says, since girls who devoured the media's offerings soon became feminists.
However, the Service limited this acquiescence
to cases in which the housing co-op reflects all the "traditional characteristics" of cooperative operation: subordination of capital; democratic control by worker-members; and the vesting in and allocation among worker-members of all fruits arising from their cooperative endeavor.
The President demands blacks' acquiescence
to basically racist initiatives--in part with threats that disloyalty will push him further into the arms of the racist Right, in part with vague promises of payoffs down the road.
It offers something to offend everyone, whether it be Coke's third-party supply arrangements with Communist China during the Cold War, lingering acquiescence
in apartheid, or the replacement of Norman Rockwell by "I'd Like to Teach the World to Sing."
Washington's "Atlanta Compromise" speech that proclaimed black acquiescence
to Jim Crow.