Where authorised targeted assassinations are official government policies, without recourse
to court of law; where indigenous land is misappropriated and awarded by government grants to foreign settlers (Palestinians now own just 10% of the land held in 1948); where child malnutrition is one of the worse in the world - alongside a very healthy neighbour; where killings of Palestinians is 10 for every Israeli and where Israeli propaganda places all the blame on others.
to the whip from Reid, the Mujadil colt prevailed in a three-way photo finish against Night Aurora and Ryders Storm.
Chairman Mr Fred Westlake said the group had unused borrowing facilities in place and that together with net cash of pounds 15 million was in a strong position to fund a deal without recourse
He said yesterday: "As experience shows, efforts to promote peace among peoples can succeed only if there is a willingness to engage in a dialogue which respects the rights of all the parties concerned and without recourse
to means contrary to the very nature of the negotiating process.
Where does this leave the hundreds of local people that work in the Mint - without recourse
I have been involved in racing for 45 years and can honestly say I have never seen a more powerful ride without recourse
to the whip.
"This time people have to be convinced that this is not a tactical matter but a genuine, permanent and irrevocable commitment to peace and to work through problems without recourse
The claim that a greater mandate for devolution would have been achieved had more people turned out would be put to the test should John Owen's novel suggestion of providing a tick-box on next year's Assembly ballot papers be adopted and would enable those who remain hostile to the very existence of the National Assembly to record their disapproval without recourse
to another referendum.
Supple had told the panel his instructions were to settle the mare and try to put her into the race without recourse
to the whip.
"Compared to what it was, they wouldn't have gotten anything," he noted, referring to an earlier State posture that would have merely ended the program and left borrowers and lenders without recourse
et al., the property owner may not be without recourse
. He or she may be able to use the considerable power of the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act (CERCLA, or the Superfund statute) to sue the sewage system.
Within a year he had managed to pass an Act that allowed him and his cabinet the power to pass any future legislation without recourse