He informed the court if the bail granted to Rao and others would not be dismissed, all witnesses of the case can be recusant
and accused could compel the witnesses by pressurising them for changing their statements.
He informed the court that if the bail granted to Rao and others was not dismissed, all witnesses of the case could be made recusant
. He added that the accused could compel the witnesses by pressurising them to change their statements.
Les participants a cette manifestation, organisee a l'appel du Front national pour l'integrite territoriale, ont exprime leur condamnation ferme de ces actes, tout en recusant
toute tentative de porter atteinte aux valeurs sacrees du Royaume et exprimant leur protestation contre le message adresse par le president algerien a une reunion a Abuja.
The Simpson players of Jacobean Yorkshire, led by recusant
shoemakers Robert and Christopher Simpson, are known to early modern and Shakespearean scholars for two things in particular.
A priest hole, as fully three percent of the Bond audience knows, was a hidden tunnel in the homes of recusant
Catholics in the 16th and 17th centuries.
In Catholic Modernists, English Nationalists (2010), Timothy Sutton departs from previous studies by arguing that Catholic modernism drew its inspiration from the recusant
Catholic tradition, not Cardinal Newman.
Dilston Chapel and the 17th-Century gateway is a rare example of a post-Reformation recusant
chapel, built in 1616, allegedly with money raised for financing the Gunpowder Plot.
The Middleton papers; the financial problems of a Yorkshire recusant
family in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
The historical note at the beginning of the entry notes six other manuscripts belonging to the hospital but not in any of the lists, including a miscellany of verse by Lydgate and others, and the unique copy, predating the printed edition and representing an earlier recension, of Nicholas Sander's De origine progressu schismatis Anglicani, the first "official" recusant
history of the schism with England.
Her study explores in unprecedented depth and with rich archival contextualisation the 'fears and hopes' of the English recusant
community following the arrival of the French Catholic queen consort.
L'anarchisme epistemologique de Paul Feyerabend radicalise cette these en recusant
toute forme de methodologie normative explicite elaboree par les logiciens.
For five years from 1574, the Jesuit scholar Edmund Campion found Prague no less congenial, a "blessed shore." The recusant
polyglot Elizabeth Jane Watson made Bohemia her home, as did, for a shorter period, her stepfather, Edward Kelley, and his associate, Dr.