English words and Examples of Usage

use "liberal" in a sentence

The riding has stayed in liberal hands despite majority Conservative governments (federally in 1988 and provincially in 1995 and 1999) and has not elected a Conservative MP or MPP since the late 1980s.

Prime Minister: 1892-1894 Main article: Fourth gladstone Ministry The
witness to sign a supportive affidavit to the effect that she had paid his Paris hotel bill, but did not appear.

"Victorian Items", The Mercury, 1886-01-13, p. 4. The firm in question quickly sued the paper for libel, and in August 1887, won damages of £250 in a split jury decision.

To avoid libel, Daly refused to explicitly expose the landlords concerned but agreed to publish rent grievances in general.

This was reflected in its once prominent libel lawsuits, for which it became notorious.

As a result of the libel case, the paper retracted the entire story, saying it was untrue.

Subject only to the laws governing slander and libel, there shall be freedom of speech and expression by any means whatsoever, and there shall be reasonable access to all channels of communication.

The information on blasphemous libel in Canada comes from Tremeear's Annotated Criminal Code (published annually).

Common Law Privacy Torts "Unlike libel or slander, truth is not a defense for invasion of privacy." Allegations of blood libel Times correspondent (6 July 1946).

British libel laws are more plaintiff friendly and it is not necessary to prove actual malice for the plaintiff to win.

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