The greatest remedy for anger is delay.
The Supreme Court made an important pronouncement against political corruption. It provided a useful tool, the disgorgement remedy, for use in civil litigation as a deterrent to the payment of bribes to secure government business.
War is the remedy our enemies have chosen, and I say give them all they want.
Patience is the best remedy for every trouble.
There is no remedy for love but to love more.
War is the remedy that our enemies have chosen, and I say let us give them all they want.
Don't find fault, find a remedy; anybody can complain.
To do nothing is sometimes a good remedy.
We are working rapidly ... to remedy the situation.
Let us face a pluralistic world in which there are no universal churches, no single remedy for all diseases, no one way to teach or write or sing, no magic diet, no world poets, and no chosen races, but only the wretched and wonderfully diversified h.
One thing we did to remedy the high prices, we bought these Scions, which are better on gas.
A car can massage organs which no masseur can reach. It is the one remedy for the disorders of the great sympathetic nervous system.
It was to remedy what was a very egregious violation of people's First Amendment rights to free speech and assemble.
This does not change the fact that this remedy is harmful and damaging to consumers, the industry and our economy.
These conduct restrictions are necessary to allow the structural remedy sufficient time to restore competitive conditions in the software industry.
Methamphetamine is a poison taking Indian lives, destroying Indian families and razing entire communities. The remedy begins with more resources.
This is harmful pretrial publicity. It's all over the front page. The way the court can remedy it is to grant a change of a venue.
In a key provision of the Energy Policy Act, Congress clearly intends to provide a federal remedy for certain energy projects that are being blocked by an individual state.
Someone who opposed efforts to remedy discrimination on the basis of sex and race, ... Someone who opposed measures to protect voting rights. ... The question now is, who is the real Judge Roberts?
We're advocating for a remedy for the situation we have for this country.
Home remedy use is widespread among elder adults regardless of ethnicity, suggesting that older adults find some benefit in these practices and they play an important role in elders' overall strategy for health management.
The Commission may not have the power under the EC merger regulations to remedy any competition detriments that are found in the retail motor fuels market in the northwest of Scotland. I am therefore requesting the Commission to refer these aspects of the case to the U.K..
In my mind there doesn't seem to be much doubt that the competitors had a role in the states' remedy, ... If they didn't play any role, or try to play any role, they sure wasted a lot of money.
He could start construction, but no one starts under those circumstances. The remedy of the law is you tear down the building if the variances were not granted correctly.