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(1) Police can invoke the law of trespass to regulate access to these places.
(2) The UN threatened to invoke economic sanctions if the talks were broken off.
(3) Their sacred dance is performed to invoke ancient gods.
(4) This command will invoke the HELP system.
(5) Both sides invoke their devotion to children.
(6) The program can also invoke your favourite bitmap editor as soon as a screen is captured.
(7) Those who invoke it are signalling an equivocal stance on slavery, at best, and thus are insulting all black people.
(8) Most innovators in art invoke realism as a justification for a mode of writing which is primarily literary.
(9) The governors of one school said they might invoke opting-out procedure to avoid the school's becoming co-educational.
(10) In order to invoke the rule against prior restraint(sentencedict.com), the defendant must state on affidavit his intention to justify the allegation.
(11) In practice it has never had to invoke this law.
(12) One need not invoke the authority of the law over the defamer to justify such action.
(13) I could not help her directly but only invoke the greatest power we eagles have.
(14) You invoke the basic, primeval instincts inherent in all animals.
(15) Both he and Wilkins were able to invoke past precedent for their concepts of biblical accommodation.
(16) Bacon could argue that Antichrist would invoke stellar influences and magic words having the power to produce physical effects.
(17) Advocates of greater welfare spending invoke the social state obligation imposed by the Constitution.
(18) Is the dispute resolution procedure invoked? 3 Who can invoke the dispute resolution procedure and how?
(19) Transfers between databases invoke lengthy processes and have subsidiary backup and archiving implications.
(20) This mime of his never failed to invoke my deep defensiveness with regard to all things Kip.
(21) In Mythologies Barthes discusses advertisements for Omo and Persil in terms of the connotations they invoke.
(22) Physics is the study of simple things that do not tempt us to invoke design.
(23) The user must write software to set up the appropriate input parameters and invoke the required procedure.
(24) It is a simple extension of that approach to then use methods to invoke pieces of procedure and function.
(25) The act provided that federal courts and officials could invoke army aid for its enforcement.
(26) In addition to any statutory rights of appeal[sentencedict .com], there may be a right to invoke the inherent supervisory jurisdiction of the High Court.
(27) He must have been very bitter and ready to invoke any means to attain his ends.
(28) And one does expect more purity from people who invoke lofty ideals.
(29) The film strives for a surface kind of cynicism, only to invoke the Love Conquers All escape clause in the end.
(30) Although the upper house may reject it again, the Government can now invoke the Parliament Act to force the measure through.