Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
We cannot begin to destroy entire villages without due recourse to law.
They can be abused, tortured, raped without effective recourse to law.
You may have recourse to law to disentangle yourself.
There's no recourse to law cos the government is the law.
Unlike African-Americans a generation before, they had no recourse to law or constitution."
Even after recourse to law the committee still failed to obtain any money from Riccarton and Galston parishes.
Our oath forbids us all recourse to law; and discretion would forbid it equally if the oath were loosened.
More and more the press unnecessarily violates privacy, including of people like Mrs. Powell who find themselves "public figures" with little recourse to law.
From Barnes himself onward, everybody involved had had recourse to law, and the law, far from keeping matters clear, had scarcely held back open warfare.
Therefore, illegally-made clones have no recourse to law and are in effect at the mercy of whoever created them - a point of central importance to the plot.
I would have liked the wording to be more clear, however, in particular by stating that the Commission must in all cases show the complainant an alternative means of recourse to law.
The Commission should give priority to regulations, for the simple reason that regulations are directly applicable as law and have a direct effect on those members of the public who have recourse to law.
Item 34 and the compromise set out in item 39 are very important, as they highlight a new way of having recourse to law in disputes concerning subsidiarity and the principle of proportionality.
Despite a 2005 Azeri law that criminalised bride kidnapping, the practice places women in extremely vulnerable social circumstances, in a country where spousal abuse is rampant and recourse to law enforcement for domestic matters is impossible.
From the viewpoint of anthropologists, cultures of honour typically appear among nomadic peoples and herdsmen who carry their most valuable property with them and risk having it stolen, without having recourse to law enforcement or to government.
The distinction was drawn in the following terms: both types of function involved the resolution of a dispute, but whereas the former involved resolution by recourse to law, the latter allowed and often required recourse to considerations of public policy.
In maintaining Spanish rule through recourse to law with only minimal reliance on military force, balancing the conflicting interests of Crown and colonists, conquerors and conquered, and remitting surplus revenues to Spain, the bureaucrats of New Spain were generally quite successful.
Ogburn believed that academics were best challenged by recourse to law, and on 25 September 1987 three justices of the Supreme Court of the United States convened a one-day moot court at the Metropolitan Memorial United Methodist Church, to hear the Oxfordian case.
She realized as the march resumed and she fell in behind Sean that this was the first time in her life that she had been beyond the trappings and buttresses of civilization, the first time there was no police force to protect her, no recourse to law or justice or mercy.