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Some articles on statements, statement:

Cluedo Mysteries - Game Play - Interrogating A Witness
... To read the statements, take the spyglass and hold it over the back of the character wheel ... Their statements will become clear to read ... Inspector Brown's Wheel To read the Inspector's statement, take the secret mirror and hold it against the back of his wheel ...
Society Of The Holy Trinity - Pastoral Statements
... However, in 2008 the Society received two statements by consensus at its general retreat ... These statements give pastoral guidance to members regarding issues of church teaching and practice ... These two statements of pastoral guidance concern "Language in Worship" (a primary concern of the Society since its founding) and "Same-Sex Unions" (anticipating the 2009 ELCA Churchwide Assembly which voted ...
Al-Qaeda Organization In The Islamic Maghreb - Statements
... AQIM voiced support for demonstrations against the Tunisian and Algerian Governments in a video released on 13 January 2011 ... Al Qaeda offered military aid and training to the demonstrators, calling on them to overthrow "the corrupt, criminal and tyrannical" regime, calling for "retaliation" against the Tunisian government, and also calling for the overthrow of Algerian president Abdelaziz Bouteflika ...
Contraposition - Comparisons
... name form description implication if P then Q first statement implies truth of second inverse if not P then not Q negation of both statements ...
Constitution Project - Rule of Law Program - Coalition To Defend Checks and Balances - Reports and Statements
... Statement on Presidential Signing Statements The statement “condemns certain uses of presidential signing statements and calls for immediate action from both ...

Famous quotes containing the word statements:

    Dogmatic theological statements are neither logical propositions nor poetic utterances. They are “shaggy dog” stories; they have a point, but he who tries too hard to get it will miss it.
    —W.H. (Wystan Hugh)

    A sentence is made up of words, a statement is made in words.... Statements are made, words or sentences are used.
    —J.L. (John Langshaw)

    Nonwhite and working-class women, if they are ever to identify with the organized women’s movement, must see their own diverse experiences reflected in the practice and policy statements of these predominantly white middle-class groups.
    Kimberly Crenshaw (b. 1959)