How To Use Opposing In A Sentence

  • The right back found himself in unfamiliar territory in the opposing penalty area after a swift exchange of passes that opened up Reading's defence. Times, Sunday Times
  • More than 160,000 people signed a petition opposing his return. Times, Sunday Times
  • “Part of an adult faith, for example, is a commitment to the inviolability of human life from its first moment, radically opposing the principle of violence, precisely in the defense of the most defenseless of human creatures,” the pope said. Insight Scoop | The Ignatius Press Blog:
  • And to what lengths will the opposing forces go to protect those interests? Times, Sunday Times
  • She was expelled from the party for opposing neo-liberalism and is one of the founders of a new socialist party in her country.
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  • The water going down your plughole, the planets going around the sun, the electrons spinning around a nucleus, they all reflect the same dynamic tension between opposing forces.
  • Earlier this season he was lobbed by an opposing keeper which cost Leicester City all three points.
  • While this increase or decrease in many instances is a natural fight of nature against the intrusion of opposing elements into the body, it frequently assumes dimensions that are most unpleasant and seriously impair the health, such as catarrhal conditions, all of which are due to poor or degenerated cells of this tissue. Valere Aude Dare to Be Healthy, Or, The Light of Physical Regeneration
  • There they gather short, or editor-shortened, letters in which correspondents with opposing views slug away at each other on a topic selected by the editor.
  • The game was to have been played last Sunday week but was put back due to an objection being lodged against the Cork champions by the opposing team in the Munster final.
  • The opposing magnetic intensity that must be applied to a magnetized material to residual magnetism.
  • He has an uncanny feeling for being in the right spot at the right time and the opposing goalkeeper can only watch and cry. The Sun
  • So intense has been the heat generated by the vested interests opposing the denationalization of these two institutions that the matter has still not been sorted out.
  • León and Granada might be at opposing political extremes, but they are matching twins in their architecture.
  • Follett proposes a fourth possible outcome, which she calls integration: the creation of something new, which transcends the mutual exclusion of the opposing sides and fully satisfies both. Robert Koehler: Restraining the Profit Itch
  • However, when James Naughtie pressedMiliband on whether the Government are opposing a popular vote on thereferendum becauseit's one they'dlose, the Foreign Secretary dropped in this (quoting as accurately as scrambing around for a pen and paper will allow): It's so unfair!
  • I think he said that those opposing the creation of 'human admixed embryos' were, in effect wanting to kill future sufferers from illnesses such as Parkinson's Disease and Motor Neurone Disease. Victory for the scientists
  • In the meantime, the two opposing counsels continue to play a role that is unusually public.
  • Even worse than the interior feeling of alienation is the outward hostility shown to those with opposing political beliefs.
  • Blogs are full of opposing views on presses -- what has been perfect for one reloader is a veritable piece of junk to another ... I Love Hornady!
  • Typically, omnibus farm bills address a wide range of agriculture-related policies, thereby creating a coalition of otherwise diverse and sometimes even opposing interests in support of the legislation.
  • I knew that the biotechnology industry had been pouring money into opposing the initiative with slick advertisements and tricky sound bites.
  • I can picture him now, often speaking without a note, with humour, incisive argument and magisterial disdain for the opposing view, swatting away anyone ill-judged enough to make a hostile intervention.
  • The water going down your plughole, the planets going around the sun, the electrons spinning around a nucleus, they all reflect the same dynamic tension between opposing forces.
  • When reason is abdicated and replaced by the bellicose creeds of opposing religions, peace is impossible.
  • Though still opposing racism, he was moving to the political centre.
  • How electable is a candidate when a good percentage of their votes come from the opposing team? Schneider: Did 'Operation Chaos' succeed in Indiana?
  • Atheism is not anti-God but is strongly opposing any religion that creates the existence of God and use it to corrupt and control the human mind. The atheists reject the existence of God. God does not exist – but they are not necessarily irreligious. They can be believers of any spiritual belief that is not God- based. They are just as ethical and moral as religious believers. Dr T.P.Chia 
  • And the stakes are high - tribal peoples are intimidated, beaten and sometimes killed for opposing modern-day land grabs.
  • He champions free speech but if opposing views are brought forth, he interrupts and heckles.
  • Their Scottish backsword is fitted with opposing side rings that offer a good deal of hand protection while keeping the hilt light and easy to wear.
  • The background of liberal philosophy shapes the opposing interpretations of the modern law of contract presented in recent books and articles.
  • it is impossible to be allegiant to two opposing forces
  • At best, the show plays out like a character study of two opposing personalities, one of whom wears the iciness of an assassin on his sleeve, while the other is a loveable goof.
  • In this particular case the major reason for opposing an increase of a handful of dwellings was to object to a precedent being set.
  • More feminist fuming: No mandated contraception coverage in healthcare bills Pro-aborts pull out stops opposing Stupak Amendment in healthcare Shock: TMZ calls preborn's killing a "brutal murder" (8 Comments) jillstanek.com
  • Assign your staff to build the sort of book on Russert's techniques, rhetorical gambits, and political obsessions that you'd want going into a debate with an opposing candidate.
  • An opposing camp argues that bipedalism is simply the most energy-efficient way for a hominid to get around on a flat surface.
  • At every crucial phase in this nation's history from 1906 to 1950 Sri Aurobindo intervened & gave advice & direction for decisive action which if followed would have been benificial for the nation, a number of examples come to mind namely Cripps proposal, opposing the award of communal electorate at Lucknow in 1916, Cabinet Mission Plan etc. Savitri Era party is a necessity which must begin to effectively give an alternative direction
  • If the claim to ‘reform’ is grossly inflated, the opposing claim to defend ‘free speech’ is even more ludicrous.
  • The new leader's popularity gained over many members of the opposing party.
  • He remained resolute in opposing the duties after consulting Deripaska. Times, Sunday Times
  • With a child on each opposing team, Dad was faced with a dilemma: which supporters should he sit with?
  • In doing so, he has never tried to resolve the fundamental difference of opinion between the opposing wings of his party.
  • Cause litigation firms on the left and the right engage in rancorous legal fights around the nation on a range of subjects, seeking to further their agendas, from teaching creationism, to overturning SEC regulations, to fighting affirmative action, to promoting (or opposing) gay marriage. Balkinization
  • In this debate the opposing sides rarely address the other's best arguments.
  • You've actually got a slight majority opposing it and this really typifies why the public stands on these priorities, Kyra.
  • `Elizabeth, we don't have to rehash our opposing world views. DOUBTING THOMAS
  • As the video card displays one image, the opposing eye is blocked by the shutter.
  • Economic globalism and military globalism are not just distinct; they represent opposing forces in the world today.
  • We can learn a lot from the World Cup just by studying how coaches and players adjust intelligently to suit the conditions and to suit opposing teams.
  • A, the parthan kicks a twizzle off sides, and thus has to camber; B, the bup scores a rouge after hitting off an opposing behind; or C, 14 planets are tallied, but only the key wins the grander. Air Force Academy Superintendent Plays Not My Job
  • Out on the field, he watched the opposing pitchers as they warmed up, noting how they set up on the mound, toeing the left or right side or middle of the rubber.
  • Concrete decisions on vital improvements to the road, rail and air networks have taken decades and too regularly turned out to be an ill-judged compromise between opposing interest groups.
  • They kick to squeeze the life out of opposing teams. Times, Sunday Times
  • The first team to dismount one of the opposing team's penguins with a jousting lance is declared the winner.
  • Occasionally the scrolls contain short cinematics _ for example I once sent a spy undercover into another faction's territory and there was a short video of him breaking into a storehouse and coming out dressed in the opposing faction's uniform. `Medieval II: Total War' presents the Middle Ages with flair
  • Smoke discharging is one of the important means for opposing photoelectric guided weapons. The smoke disturbing effect is an important index for evaluating the performance of the smoke bomb.
  • Create aversive sensations when certain thoughts come up, such as a desire to vote for an opposing candidate. World Wide Mind
  • A pass of unerring accuracy to a member of the opposing side. The Sun
  • Speaking of balls hit on the ground, opposing infielders, particularly the shortstop, have a habit of mistiming their dives.
  • The donor and the donee sort of have opposing interests, right?
  • Tom was ordered off in the second half after another yellow card for fouling on the opposing player.
  • The one unbending rule that bleacherites are required to follow is this: should an opposing player hit a home run into the bleachers, the ball must be thrown back onto the field.
  • There are two diametrically opposing poles of opinion on this highly political and racially-charged issue.
  • Most European leaders realize that a policy of opposing the United States makes European unity impossible.
  • On each opposing page are all the objects that the new animal claims it can eat, so the child can look for them.
  • Working for opposing stations the two men relished the jokey adversarial relationship they shared - one which continues until today.
  • His rail-thin physique, however, allowed opposing frontcourts to outmuscle Bradley down low. Reader ballots tab Bowie as biggest NBA draft bust ever
  • And if reputation and reward shall attend these conquests, which depend mostly on the fineness and niceties of words, it is no wonder if the wit of man so employed, should perplex, involve, and subtilize the signification of sounds, so as never to want something to say in opposing or defending any question; the victory being adjudged not to him who had truth on his side, but the last word in the dispute. An Essay Concerning Human Understanding
  • At the same time, only a minority of Americans support a constitutional amendment opposing gay marriage.
  • That's certainly interesting now that word has come from the LA Times that the latest Bush administration is dunning corporations to build a war chest to "marginalize" conservative talk radio and other pillars of the GOP for opposing the President's amnesty & open borders immigration plan. Archive 2005-07-24
  • Peele's "Arraignment of Paris, a Pastorall" is a court drama in the style of Lilly, intended to flatter the Queen, "poor in action but all the richer in gallant phrases, provided with songs, one in Italian, and with all kinds of love scenes between shepherds and shepherdesses, nymphs and terrestrial gods"; the diction is interesting, because it shows revolt from the prevailing "euphuism," and therefore Peele must be given the praise of first opposing Lilly's affected style. The Critics Versus Shakspere A Brief for the Defendant
  • By 1969 American society was going through a break and people began opposing the system and the immoral war.
  • It is time for opposing factions to unite and work towards a common goal.
  • The game had been brutal, the aggression often boiling over into mini-battles on the pitch between opposing players.
  • The scowl of the opposing parties, the blanched cheeks, the knit brows, and the grinding teeth, not pretermitting the deadly gleams that shoot from their kindled eyes, are ornaments which a plain battle between factions cannot boast, but which, notwithstanding, are very suitable to the fierce and gloomy silence of that premeditated vengeance which burns with such intensity in the heart, and scorches up the vitals into such a thirst for blood. The Ned M'Keown Stories Traits And Stories Of The Irish Peasantry, The Works of William Carleton, Volume Three
  • `Elizabeth, we don't have to rehash our opposing world views. DOUBTING THOMAS
  • Politics has always been ugly and divisive, with opposing sides calling each other names.
  • Opposing this tendency is the covalent bond holding the HCl molecule together.
  • When stars that are more than three times the mass of our Sun finally exhaust their reserves of nuclear fuel they have no means of opposing the inward pull of gravity.
  • Lawyers on opposing sides - representing either stringent anti-abortionists or abortion doctors - have been given until today to reach a compromise.
  • Grandfather Adams discusses a petition opposing the Erie Canal which was signed by every makebate, dawplucker and mal-content. meteorastic, adj. denoting a school of medicine that believed that all diseases came from the air. VERBATIM: The Language Quarterly Vol X No 4
  • Was it the parthan kicks a twizzle off sides and thus has to camber; the bup scores a rouge after hitting off an opposing behind; or 14 planets are tallied but only the key wins the grander? Air Force Academy Superintendent Plays Not My Job
  • Macrolevel interventions can trigger competition between constituencies with opposing values and are often controversial.
  • Darrow, on the other hand, was at times condescending and contemptuous in his treatment of witnesses, jurists, opposing lawyers and even the judge.
  • If the striking rail unions prevail, they will be encouraged in opposing other measures that reduce costs. Times, Sunday Times
  • When Hell-Cat Maggie screeched her battle cry and rushed biting and clawing into the midst of a mass of opposing gangsters, even the most stout-hearted blanched and fled.
  • Therefore, opposing feudalism is a fundamental task of the Chinese revolution.
  • If the chief virtue of the adversary system lies in giving opposing parties a hearing, its greatest vice lies in giving those parties an incentive to silence each other.
  • Her quicksilver changes of intent, complex multiple qualities, polyrhythms, and opposing body parts warred with Anderson's weeping strings to create a moving picture of grief.
  • The player broke back in order to confuse the opposing players.
  • Dark, dense lines sweep down from the top in many drawings, echoed and at points countered by paler liquid lines which run in opposing directions, suggesting currents and countercurrents.
  • Once the opposing side's defences had been penetrated, swiftly moving mechanized forces would create local encirclements and then, in conjunction with airborne and airmobile forces, enter the pursuit phase.
  • And for those who still have their uterus, natural progesterone (often prescribed as Prometrium brand of micronized bioidentical FDA approved progesterone) or progesterone-like opposing progestin (such as Aygesten brand or Norethindrone generic) on a periodic basis, can be adjusted to each woman's life style and estrogen dose required to feel her best, keep the uterus healthy and avoid menopausal symptoms. Ricki Pollycove, M.D.: Estrogen During Menopause: To Take, Or Not To Take?
  • Mr Abbott said he would table a motion at the September council meeting opposing any route which would run across open countryside.
  • I don't think this is a winning argument, said Pamela Mann, a former chief of the New York State Attorney General's Charities Bureau, of the claim by the American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee (also known as the ADC) that organizations opposing the public policy of the United States should not be eligible for tax exemptions. OpEdNews - Diary: Does anyone know how accurate this report on this Jewish organization is?
  • The obvious opposing view hangs on the ethics of infringing the rights of an individual. Times, Sunday Times
  • The boys soon began taunting and insulting each other, in some cases turning against good friends who were now on the opposing team.
  • Or perhaps they center too much on the cult of personality from the opposing side.
  • It seemed that the opinions are divided into extreme opposing camps with irreconcilable differences and conflicts.
  • For the past two games, the defensive backs have smothered opposing receivers, which in turn has helped the suddenly resurgent pass rush.
  • The Black Knight sketch has also been mentioned in connection with this controversy – with opposing candidates for who is the hackee and who is the hacker. Hits « Climate Audit
  • The trouble with the way most politicians discuss this issue is that they blame the opposing party.
  • Only the concrete dividers separating the opposing lanes of traffic broke the utter flatness.
  • The records of Massachusetts Bay are full of suggestive incongruities between the ideal, single-souled life which its founders hoped to lead, and the jealousies, the opposing opinions, or the intervolved passions of individuals and of parties, which sometimes unwittingly cloaked themselves in religious tenets. A Study Of Hawthorne
  • He is one of the fastest and most direct forwards in the Premiership and a constant thorn in the side of opposing defenders.
  • Additional case documents are available from the lead counsel for Hamdan, including the government brief opposing certiorari [PDF], and several amicus briefs.
  • They know how many times he has been whacked and hacked by opposing defensemen and goaltenders.
  • ‘Sit in the Sun’ and ‘By the Cathedral’ tug at opposing emotions, at once jocund and unsettling.
  • As always, Duncan started by addressing the strength in the opposing argument.
  • The soldiers battled against the opposing army all day.
  • Opposing adultery in principle is not the same as "believing the adulterer is a monster who ought to wear a red letter on his breast," says New York University sociologist Todd Gitlin. Those Cheatin' Hearts
  • Groups opposing sanctions say these problems are irresolvable until sanctions are lifted.
  • Players were ducked under the water and roughly tackled by the opposing side.
  • With both sets of defences holding the edge over the opposing attackers, the opening twenty minutes was a dead affair.
  • He thinks global warming is real and should be combatted with a cap-and-trade policy, for example, though he succeeded in making up some rationalization for opposing Waxman-Markey. Matthew Yglesias » Coleman & Holtz-Eakin on the Need for the American Action Network
  • She earned a black mark for opposing company policy.
  • The two opposing armies clashed in battle.
  • The inner surface of the intermaxillary bone and the opposing surface of the receding alveolus of the other side are freshened by slicing off the mucous covering. With Sabre and Scalpel. The Autobiography of a Soldier and Surgeon
  • Atheism is not anti-God but is strongly opposing any religion that creates the existence of God and use it to corrupt and control the human mind. The atheists reject the existence of God. God does not exist – but they are not necessarily irreligious. They can be believers of any spiritual belief that is not God- based. They are just as ethical and moral as religious believers. Dr T.P.Chia 
  • Opposing this hinge axis is the ventral commissure.
  • Campaigners opposing incineration frequently object that it distracts from recycling.
  • Kumarila's abhihitanvaya and Prabhakara's anvitabhidhana are opposing paradigms of the poetics of sequence: aggregative and holonic. Archive 2005-12-01
  • The use of the word extremism really got rev'd up with the debate over the debt ceiling but I thought it would get put to rest after Senator Marco Rubio took to the Senate floor and mocked President Obama by quoting his words opposing the raising of the debt ceiling when he was a Senator. FOXNews.com
  • Atheism is not anti-God but is strongly opposing any religion that creates the existence of God and use it to corrupt and control the human mind. The atheists reject the existence of God. God does not exist – but they are not necessarily irreligious. They can be believers of any spiritual belief that is not God- based. They are just as ethical and moral as religious believers. Dr T.P.Chia 
  • The aim is to knock the ball into the opposing goal.
  • How often do you see a side holding four or five shots when the opposing skip, with his/her last bowl, draws the shot?
  • She has spent long hours trawling the streets of Dumbarton to collect signatures for a petition, and she helped to organise a public meeting, opposing the health board proposals, which was attended by 300 people.
  • I saw only the aftermath, but witnesses said the driver swerved in an unsuccessful attempt to avoid striking a black Acura (in the foreground, above) and after sideswiping the car veered left across opposing lanes, flipping on its side.
  • The dogs, indeed, would caper about, and bark round the opposing parties in a way that was at least inspiriting; but my Sandy Tom brandished his tail and took flying leaps upon no principle whatever; and as to Fatima's tortoise, it never budged from the beginning of the conflict to the end. Mrs. Overtheway's Remembrances
  • Black had already gained a reputation for opposing the liquor trade.
  • Instead of opposing every civic expectation of religious faith, they might join religious activists in wielding faith as a counterweight to corporate tyranny.
  • In a way, current legislation and political attitudes are pushing in opposing directions simultaneously.
  • The close association allows these molecules to interact through opposing charged groups.
  • There are so many types of suffering and injustice in the world that any single person can only be active in protesting about and opposing a fraction of them.
  • However, the twist to this yarn is that some of the players competed against each other on opposing sides.
  • They try to make it difficult for opposing sides to fight each other for fear they will hit the peacemakers.
  • Hargreaves is the MP who got into trouble with his party's chief whip for opposing the tax reform.
  • If the matchup problems he creates can offset the matchup liabilities he endures on defense, he could play many opposing centers to a wash or better.
  • The War Games group gamed the war-plan of the opposing side in order to try out unexpected moves.
  • Whether these opposing price trends leave you more giddy than glum depends largely on demographics.
  • They offered opposing players bribes to fix a decisive league match against Valenciennes.
  • It would be ironic if courts, seeing opposing expert witnesses giving odds of correct identification differing a million-fold (105: 1 versus 1011: 1), were to decide that DNA evidence is hopelessly unreliable, and turn instead to eye-witness identification (odds of correct identification diazonium salt -- couples to enzyme tyrosine groups Archive 2004-12-01
  • He acknowledged that for the notion of peoplehood to catch on, it will need to be adapted for modern realities and be reconciled with opposing notions like individual identity and ideology. Articles
  • There is virtually no common ground between the two opposing sides in the debate over the Constitutional Reform Bill.
  • I resisted, opposing the movement with my whole self.
  • I applaud General Robles for having the spine to stand up in the face of this Congress and Administration and ask for my help in contacting my Senators DeMint and … Grrrr aham in opposing this bill, not out of opposition to the majority, but rather on the merits of the bill itself. Volcker Rule - A plea from USAA | RedState
  • The LibDem leader told the Sunday Herald it would be dangerous to silence opposing points of view.
  • Just when you think there could be no new twist on the age old combination of greed and corruption, two new dramedies allow audiences to view financial crisis management through opposing lenses of comedy and tragedy proving, once again, that denial is not just some river in Egypt. George Heymont: Desperate Times Call for Desperate Measures
  • As always, those details are catalogued with absolute accuracy and impressive style on the opposing page by the editor, C. F.
  • It is human nature to advocate change in some one else's affairs whilst vigorously opposing its necessity in one's own.
  • Influence within Europe is at the heart of this debate and those opposing our membership of the euro must understand clearly what they are campaigning for.
  • On recovering Bureche farm, National lands Institute (INTI) officials faced an angry oligarch opposing what he calls the blatant invasion of private property. Venezuela's Agrarian Reform in Action - INTI vs. Sigala in Barquisimeto
  • If a streaker is flicked on to the green baize pitch, play must cease until the opposing player has ‘apprehended’ him or her, by flicking their policeman into position to make an ‘arrest’.
  • More recently, during World War II, Katharine Briggs and her daughter, Isabel Briggs Meyers, used Jung's typological theories to develop the Meyers-Briggs Type Indicator, which classifies people according to opposing traits such as extraversion vs. introversion, and judging vs. perceiving. You Are What You Keep
  • The opposing sides had been deadlocked at nil-nil, following an exciting first half.
  • Those who allow Satan in their temple, declaring humanistic wisdom, are exalting themselves above God and opposing God.
  • However, as the Trunk Road Agency and Highways Directorate were consultees of the proposal, the authority decided to await their responses before formally opposing the roundabout's construction.
  • For the first five years the standard layout consisted of opposing settees forward with a drop-leaf table between which formed a dinette or double berth.
  • Conflicts continue between the opposing camps following the decision by the Ukraine Supreme Court to annul the disputed result of the presidential election of November 21 and order a revote on December 26.
  • Much of the criticism is about Notre Dame and their role in honoring Obama and not necessarily opposing Obama's speech itself. Archive 2009-05-01
  • He gambled right: No criminal charges against Pease or the others were filed, though Gonzalez sued him in civil court for trespassing and theft, and Pease and the Marin Countybased In Defense of Animals, which had been actively opposing Guillermos company, sued Sonoma Foie Gras for violating anticruelty laws. The Foie Gras Wars
  • A court official said the respondents would have until July 2 to file opposing documents, whereafter the applicants would be given another week to reply.
  • He attacked the bank for requesting a recharter while opposing the kind of scrutiny needed to justify voting for it. A Country of Vast Designs
  • Bryan McCabe had a breakthrough season last year, but with the new rules he may need more than a can opener to stop opposing teams forwards.
  • Separate meetings had been convoked by the two opposing factions.
  • Each fan is securely held in place by a plastic frame that includes lugs to fit in the fan mounting holes, and opposing clips to hold the fan in place.
  • There may be good moral arguments for opposing the smacking of children, but they are not to be found in the realm of scientific research.
  • The indictment against Adams, as I read it, is that he's a fat, pompous old windbag who assumes that anyone with an opposing viewpoint is a fool or a knave.
  • It was possible to live in that country decently and comfortably if you weren't actively opposing the regime.
  • This nonprofit organization brings together medical volunteers from different cultures and opposing sides of conflicts.
  • There were opposing views on how to protect the public from incompetent and unethical behaviour.
  • He also comments, showing the novel's glinting humor, that an opposing team's warm-up drills are "as crisp as Petrarchan sonnets. Call Me Safe, Ishmael
  • Opposing lines - the cross A vertical line is highly energetic in its defiance of gravity.
  • In his homily, he took up the words of Pope Benedict's homily at Solemn Vespers on the occasion of the conclusion of the Pauline Year highlighted on the NLM, and exhorted the new priests to be committed to the inviolability of human life from its first instant, thereby radically opposing the principle of violence also precisely in the defence of the most defenceless human creatures is part of an adult faith. Ordinations in Toledo
  • Clark reinvites Norman Finkelstein to speak, 2 weeks after cancelling him Richard Witty sent along this letter he got from Clark President John Bassett today -- two weeks after Witty, and countless others, I guess, sent Bassett letters opposing his decision to disinvite Finkelstein. Qwaider Planet
  • Determined to live up to her new role as genteel landowner, the pop icon is opposing plans to allow ramblers to access her estate.
  • Our results indicate that different types of social network connections can have opposing impacts on diffusion.
  • That's one version of a tit-for-tat that can delay a case, as draft opinions are circulated, and justices on opposing sides simply cannot stop responding to the other's arguments. At term's end, Supreme Court opinions anything but brief
  • But this is a play about class as well as sex: I had forgotten how subtly Rattigan suggests the opposing counsels inhabit the same masonic clubman's world while the accused, however innocent of the charge, is branded a corrupter of youth and a vulgar sensualist. Review | Old Vic | Cause Célèbre | Michael Billington
  • Her take on opposing views seems a bit wrong, and her concept of morals seems largely centered around material things.
  • Normally elements with opposing tendencies will cancel each other out at the appropriate combinations, but in some cases anomalies occur.
  • These terms rid Natura of a great part of that insupportable constraint he had been under, but gave not the least satisfaction, as to his jealousy of honour; he doubted not but she would be guilty of many things, injurious in the highest degree to their public character, and which yet it would not so well become him to exert his authority in opposing, and these reflections gave him the most terrible inquietude; which shews, that though _jealousy_ is called the child of _love_, it is very possible to feel all the tortures of the Life's Progress Through The Passions Or, The Adventures of Natura
  • In many games, he was known to have mock battles with his trusty sword and threaten the opposing team's mascots.
  • Gill suggests that ‘globalization is dialectical, not unilinear, promoting opposing tendencies: integration and fragmentation, universalism and particularism, homogenisation and differentiation’.
  • Medical teams were caught in the crossfire of the opposing armies.
  • I knew that the moment the great governing spirit strikes the blow to divide all humanity into just two opposing factions, I would be on the side of the common people. Che Guevara 
  • The inability of governments to maintain fixed exchange rates in the face of opposing market forces is only further proof of their impotency.
  • She is also formidable as she bandies insults with an opposing QC or apologises sweetly to the judge. SEA MUSIC
  • This change was occasioned by the opening of armistice talks, nominally between the opposing commanders-in-chief.
  • He sits in Beane's office as the GM dickers over trades with opposing team officials.
  • In the first set he committed 12 unforced errors on his forehand compared to just one at the opposing end of the court. Times, Sunday Times
  • I am rejoiced to learn that the two factions of Texas Baptists, after having for months past denounced each other in language that smelled of sulphur and would have disgraced opposing parties of Parisian gamins -- after resorting to all the petty meanness of peanut politics to control the flesh-pots -- have kissed and hugged, slobbered and boohooed each on the other's brisket. The Complete Works of Brann the Iconoclast, Volume 10
  • But aeriform matter still has density and weight, and this means that matter in this state combines the two opposing qualities. Man or Matter
  • While in the tent city, the students plan their attack on the opposing team, and when it comes to Carolina, they've come up with some brilliant ways to heckle them.
  • In my view when you have two opposing sides complaining about a story it is clear evidence that you got the balance exactly correct.
  • The Chinese Communist Party has fine tradition in opposing corruptness and encouraging incorruptness .
  • Sunday's match was a thriller from the start of play as opposing teams engaged in a valiant tussle for ball possession.
  • The Progressives' unitarianism in opposing economic injustice has broadened in our day into a trinitarianism that focuses on concerns of race, class and gender, producing a host of studies treating the Founders' "sexism," "homophobia" and "racism. The Visionary Generation

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