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1 I intend to challenge the legitimacy of his claim.
2 Opponents have questioned the legitimacy of the ruling.
3 The newspaper was directly challenging the government's legitimacy.
4 As if to prove the legitimacy of these fears,(www.Sentencedict.com) the Cabinet of Franz von Papen collapsed on December 2.
5 The opposition parties do not recognise the political legitimacy of his government.
6 The Basic Law identifies constitutionality with substantive democratic legitimacy.
7 Inflation has undermined the legitimacy of the market order.
8 He then used his personal popularity and legitimacy to win public support for his regime.
9 The claim to legitimacy of particular possession is based entirely upon the institutionalization of rights.
10 Bottoms' version of the crisis of legitimacy is caused by the collapse of the rehabilitative ideal.
11 Modern political philosophy locates all legitimacy in the modern nation-state.
12 Publicizing this may undermine their legitimacy, an outcome they would want to avoid.
13 It does not say anything explicit about the legitimacy of corporate power in relation to society generally.
14 But it is not only the system's legitimacy with outside observers and the general public which is important.
15 Much that appears as rejection of the legitimacy of the state is in fact quite the reverse.
16 The church refused to give legitimacy to the new state.
17 Finally, the participative style should be used with sincerity and legitimacy.
18 The closed shop and the wildcat strike have undermined the legitimacy of modern trade unionism.
19 We must beware of the use of ethnicity to wrap a spurious cloak of legitimacy around the speaker who invokes it.
20 At the beginning of his reign, Herod undertook to establish currency and legitimacy for himself.
21 In a press conference, Bush supporters used the strongest language so far to impugn the legitimacy of the continued Florida recounts.
22 Clearly the objective of reducing the workload on probate courts by eliminating one class of contests is not without some legitimacy.
23 Because the source is less easy to trace it is more difficult to judge the legitimacy of the rumour.
24 The pretensions of Cade and Pistol are exposed by representatives of legitimacy.
25 These difficulties are due to the conflicts that arise between both institutions that lay claim to democratic legitimacy.
26 Although clearly an interim arrangement, this rump has claimed for itself a legitimacy that is altogether spurious.
27 At the same time a referendum on his rule should determine the extent of parliament's legitimacy.
28 It does not deal directly with possession of weapons, nor with the legitimacy of resort to war in the first place.
29 But whatever its extent the power of corporate managers poses a problem of legitimacy.
30 This has the benefit of focusing attention on the justness of such social relations, rather than presuming their legitimacy. 3.
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