Amounts due to related parties (including amounts due to related parties of the consolidated variable interest entities without recourse
to Bona Film Group Limited of $9,081 and $6,995 as of September 30,2015 and December 31, 2014, respectively)
Finance director Stuart Brown said: "Trading conditions are tough but, because we saw it early and took dramatic steps around the business, we're in a position to weather trade in 2009 and 2010 without recourse
to shareholder funds.
He insists that he is following a long tradition in philosophy of explaining why people act well or poorly without recourse
to supernatural phenomena.
The world should be able to protect Poland without recourse
to that spread of weapons.
She has been working very closely with her law firm but felt that she could manage without recourse
with a harrowing tale of being abandoned without recourse
by an uncaring carrier.
This is a very different America which sees itself as world policeman and gives itself the authority to walk into any country in the world it doesn't agree with without recourse
to the United Nations, NATO or anyone else.
to these spiritual helps, how could I ever have coped with the loss?
He may well feel the Government's desire to restrict suspected terrorists without recourse
to the courts is an erosion of liberty.
Employing walls, floor, and ceiling without recourse
to frames or supports, the work immediately conjures myriad references, from the severity of Minimalism to the kitsch playfulness of designer accessories, incorporating both industrial production techniques and a crafts aesthetic.
The new doctrine of federal regulatory permission gives over 600,000 "covered entities" and their innumerable business associates the right to access every American's cradle-to-grave medical records without consent, without notice and without recourse
Liberal society in India was achieved without recourse
to a violent liberation, and those societies in the developing world that succumbed to the rhetoric of violent revolution have almost universally fallen under some form of despotism or dictatorship.