Defiance en las noticias

Publicaciones y oraciones de ejemplo

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FRANCE 24
· Texas bar owner fights to save her last-chance saloon  
But the case shows the growing defiance of many small businesses that are caught between health concerns and financial survival.
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Seeking Alpha
· Wabtec Is Weathering The Storm  
This defiance of the norm can be chalked up to management's cost-cutting efforts.
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The New York Times
· Stimulus Stalemate, Medical Bills, TikTok: Your Monday Evening Briefing  
That same resistance described defiance in the face of the 1918 influenza pandemic, as well.
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Washington Post
· Trump promises to ‘Respect our Military!’ His hypocrisy is sickening.  
Greg Sargent: As Trump rages, open defiance of him is mounting.
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The New York Times
· 2020 Election Live Updates: When Will Biden Announce His Running Mate?  
Joe Arpaio, who spent 24 years doling out his punitive brand of justice in Arizona’s most populous county and billed himself as “America’s toughest sheriff,” suffered a landslide defeat in 2016, largely because of his hard-line immigration stances and his own pugnacious defiance, which earned him a criminal conviction for contempt of court.
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Vox
· Arizona’s primaries could provide a hint as to whether Democrats can take the Senate  
There’s also an interesting local race for sheriff: Former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio — who was convicted of criminal contempt of court in 2017 for continuing his racist immigration enforcement in defiance of a judge’s order, though he later received a presidential pardon from Trump — is running to get his old job back.
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The New York Times
· ‘Clean Up This Mess’: The Chinese Thinkers Behind Xi’s Hard Line  
A number of these scholars, sometimes called “statists,” have worked on policy toward Hong Kong, the sole territory under Chinese rule that has been a stubborn enclave for pro-democracy defiance of Beijing.
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The New York Times
· How Joe Arpaio’s Fate in Arizona Could Be a Window Into Trump’s  
PHOENIX — After 24 years of doling out his punitive brand of justice in Arizona’s most populous county, Joe Arpaio, who billed himself as “America’s toughest sheriff,” suffered a landslide defeat in 2016, largely because of his hard-line immigration stances and his own pugnacious defiance, which earned him a criminal conviction for contempt of court.
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The Guardian
· A nuclear arms race in space? It seems we've learned nothing from Hiroshima  
He has previously reneged on the 2015 Iran nuclear treaty, the 1987 Intermediate-range Nuclear Forces treaty, and is said to favour resumed nuclear testing in Nevada in defiance of the 1996 Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban treaty.Like Britain and other signatories, the US continues to fail to fulfil its obligation under the 1970 Nuclear Non-Proliferation treaty “to pursue nuclear disarmament aimed at the ultimate elimination of nuclear arsenals”.
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The New York Times
· To Break a Horse, and a Woman  
Observe the dynamics — the solicitousness of the studs, the defiance of the mares, the submission of the spindly foals.