Random good picture Not show
151 In practice the judiciary is the weakest, as Alexander Hamilton cautioned in "The Federalist Papers", because it controls neither sword nor purse.
152 Others called for a greater focus on overhauling Afghanistan's corrupt judiciary.
153 Break the law to be suspected of violating discipline, deliver discipline check in time censorial mechanism and judiciary penalize lawfully according to discipline.
154 The Expected Possibility theory poses a challenge on our traditional value and criminal legislation and judiciary.
155 From the 70's the Restorative Justice is come into vogue, and is extended energetically by United Nations as one kind of new judiciary pattern in the Western countries.
156 Do you think the judiciary was aware of the consequences to come?
157 The rightward turn of the judiciary will probably be the most lasting achievement of Reagan and his movement.
158 History: The Office of the Attorney General was created by the Judiciary Act of 1789 as one of the original Cabinet posts, but was intended to be a one-person, part-time position.
159 The ancient office of Lord Chancellor—formerly the head of the judiciary,(Sentencedict.com ) presiding officer of the House of Lords and a cabinet minister all at once—was broken into three.
160 The judiciary has shied away from turning political personalities into martyrs.
161 Separately, Attorney General-designate Eric Holder testified at his confirmation hearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee.
162 For all practical purposes, local self-government disappeared completely, the independence of the judiciary was destroyed, and the new leaders became supreme.
More similar words: judicial, judicial branch, judicial review, judicious, beneficiary, prejudice, adjudicate, fiduciary, diary, incendiary, auxiliary, pecuniary, ludicrous, penitentiary, official, rudimentary, musician, officially, medicine, physician, superficial, patrician, politician, beneficial, technician, artificial, dictionary, appendicitis, dictionary order, alternative medicine.