In politics for example it is easy to see the progress of dissent. The country is full of rebellion; the country is full of kings.
The same disposition to scrutiny and dissent appeared in civil, festive, neighborly, and domestic society.
When one speaks, the rest pay strict attention: when he is done, another assents by 'yes,' or dissents
by 'no;' and then states his reasons, which are listened to with equal attention.
He gave no orders, but only assented to or dissented
from what others suggested.
THE Football Association has long wanted to clean up the sport's image amid an alarming lack of respect towards match officials and dissent
at all levels of the game.
SIN bins will be introduced for dissent
in grassroots and youth football from the start of the new season, the Football Association has announced.
is a key part of the game that needs to be tackled, and our pilot phase has proved that sin-bins work well.
AMATEUR footballers in the Coventry and Warwickshire area face being SINBINNED if they give dissent
to an official this season, under new FA rules.
Some of the greatest legal principles that exist today had their origins in a dissent
In what may be termed crucial to dissent
, the apex court judge issued detailed reasoning behind promoting dissent
in the hospital devolution case.
'Right to dissent
is an essential factor that makes the tenure of a judge of an appellate court tolerable,' he quoted.
If by coincidence we have to, and it's not always to me that you have to dissent