the debatingchamber moved from the Agora to this structure and it was here that the great statesmen of Greece made their speeches at the rostrum.
Can one imagine the Rocky Mountain News , or any other newspaper, replacing high-school sports coverage with debateteam transcripts?
All kidding aside, it actually might be nice to have someone at the debatewho doesn't think NAFTA is the greatest thing since the GI Bill and who doesn't think that Alan Greenspan is God.
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Shields On Friday's NewsHour , Mark Shields gives John McCain's debateperformance a mixed verdict--McCain inspired idealism and was sharp on foreign policy, Shields says, but his knowledge of domestic issues was weak and he wasn't aggressive enough.
The number of SNPs that are required for whole-genome linkage disequilibrium (LD) mapping has been a hotly debatedissue in the last few years.
The debatechallenge has changed the game by advancing several of Gore's strategic objectives.
Just in time for the debatetonight.
Rosen wants journalists, who he mistakenly thinks have "lost touch," to drop what they're doing and create a debatesociety for citizens, who he thinks are "alienated," in hopes that the Big Palaver will convince them to join together and take a crack at solving society's problems.
As the Soviets began their withdrawal, the jihad's leaders debatedwhat to do next.
You have plenty to do in the world without having to worry about debatingpeople who may be mad.
Speaker: Marilyn Head (Editor of Galactic Circle Magazine and Gifford Observatory Trust) 7 November 2001 Topic: The annual Wellington Astronomical Society debatingchampionships.
Parliament this morning will begin debatingchanges to liquor laws, starting with a proposal to drop the minimum drinking age to 18.
Meanwhile, Jesse Jackson joined the legal challenge to the debatecommission's exclusion of Ross Perot, calling its behavior "awfully close to corruption."
This is especially as the debateconcerns not just intergovernmental actions and statements but can and should involve the idea of community, within a society and state, as well as across the region.
In 1998, one of her students Mathew Sanders was a member of the team which won the national secondary schools debatingcontest.
We run annual speech and poetry competitions and compete successfully for the North Canterbury debatingcup.
We would no longer need to debatedada legal technicalities and gasp over sordid details.
The website is connected directly to the debatingdatabase so what is displayed on the web browser is what is stored in our system - if you can see your teams listed correctly, then we have them.
The Met's "handsome and subtle" production (Alex Ross, The New Yorker ) leaves critics debatingdiva Cecilia Bartoli's performance as Susanna.
In debatinge-mail surveillance, who will guard the guards is an important question.
As the organiser said "This is a huge achievement for Theon given his lack of debatingexperience, but all the adjudicators who saw him thought that he was superb."
McCain held his own, but his appeal doesn't really come across in a debateformat.
Bermuda’s Senate has no legislative powers and is rather more of a debatingforum; its sessions can be observed on Wednesdays.
But they carved a niche for themselves in debatinghistory by becoming the first all-woman team to achieve this honour.
Why do you, who're supposed to debateideas, surrender to their suppression?
(12/18/98) The House began debatingimpeachment .
That somebody is debatemoderator Jim Lehrer.
There were breathless charges, never fully proved as I recall, that someone from the 1980 Reagan campaign had swiped Jimmy Carter's debatenotebook.
LPHS students involve themselves in a broad range of debatingopportunities including: 218216
Dad, always my debatepartner and confidant, never wants to worry me and says little about his recent "flu" that knocked him on his back for two weeks, or his cough.
As a moral argument it seemed scandalously trivial, and as a debatingpoint it seemed like moving the goal posts.
Instead of the American practice of having two guests debatepolicy questions on TV news programs, she suggests a Japanese format, which "typically features a single guest."
Debating the Internet has become a lot like debatingpolitics in America: Nobody talks to each other; they talk past each other.
Jennings' other moment of weirdness was asking Bradley "what you really thought when Gore held out his hand" in the last debate--as if he was hosting some kind of debatepost-game show rather than the debate itself.
He is also the author of the teacher manuals, Build Your Students' Speaking Power and Build Your Students' DebatingPower.
While one can debateprinciples and their relative merits and weighting, it is not possible to appeal principles.
Geraldine Ferraro's resignation as co-host of Crossfire , to run for the Senate from New York, has occasioned the usual pokes at CNN's nightly political interview-cum-debateprogram.
On the other hand, when she looks at the endlessly-debatedproject with its 4,000 ominous, towering, concrete slabs, Culturebox can't help suspecting that Naumann's right.
In an interview with the Post after the Iowa showdown, Bradley again ducked the debatequestion, declining to "lay all the cards out on the table" just because Gore suddenly finds it convenient.
While this new debaterages, though, one-worldism marches on.
Nearby is the Outer Chamber of Mary, Queen of Scots, where she socialized with her favorites and debatedreligion with John Knox.
Take Those Old Records Off the Shelf Dear Chris, Here we are, on the 22nd anniversary of Elvis Presley's death, debatingrock 'n' roll--or at least James Miller's version of it.
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A condition of debating in the Premier Grade shall be that each debater will adjudicate at least one Wellington Speaking Union Interclub or Intercollegiate debate per month during the debatingseason.
Tonight's post-debatespin session spilled over into the hotel bar, and that's where I am just returning from.
The headlines over the papers' debatestories suggest that the press can detect sub-atomic levels of emotion.
Stolen Dream It's a common debatingtactic to assert that some respected figure of the past would endorse your position on some controversy of the present.
USAT 's front section "cover story" addresses a fact that may soon become a big issue in health care policydebates, but which is still fairly unknown to most patients and voters: in general you can't sue your HMO for medical malpractice.
The papers note that the House impeachmentdebate begins this morning and presumably a third day of military actions will soon follow.
The LAT 's "Column One" tells of what it calls the abortiondebate's cause celebre, the first murder prosecution of an abortion doctor in California in nearly twenty years.
(Of course, those pictures will surface, and don't be surprised if they also eventually make their way into a "mainstream" paper, probably over a caption like, "Media expertsdebate: Was the Star wrong to publish these pictures?")
(12/16/98) Punditsdebated the fallout from the Clinton administration's latest lobbying and testimony before Congress.
The WP and LAT front last night's GOP presidential candidatedebate, which also tops the Wall Street Journal front-page news box, but the late metro edition of the NYT stuffs it.
Criticsdebate the merits of Australian director Gillian Armstrong ( My Brilliant Career , Little Women ): Is she "one of the best filmmakers of her time" (Kevin Thomas, the Los Angeles Times ) or a filmmaker with promise who consistently disappoints?
She stipulated that she wasn't proposing anything like her dominant role in the 1993-'94 health-caredebate.
"This is not about the heart and soul of the Republican Party," argued Rep. Chris Shays, R-Conn., in a TVdebate July 28.
By contrast, when it came time for Hutchison to weigh in on the welfaredebate , she supported a bill that would force single parents on welfare to get a paid job after two years as long as their children are over age five.
The missile-defensedebate highlights the Republican dilemma.
The WP sees the contentiousness as a harbinger of the difficulties ahead in the next several months as the committeedebates President Clinton's fate.
I don't think we spent a lot of timedebating it.
From the perspective of the population geneticsdebate concerning the role of overdominance in maintaining polymorphism at the MHC, we should note that this mechanism requires allele-specific overdominance for total fitness, not for resistance to individual diseases.
The WP gets at the high quality of the economic analysis evident in the floordebate with its observation that at one point during a discussion of the bill's tax credit for producing energy from poultry waste, "[d]ozens of Democrats seated in the chamber clucked like chickens ..." The NYT explains the gist of the FCC ruling: If a market has at least eight independently owned TV stations, then one company can own two.
This rather fruitless nature/nurturedebate becomes considerably more complex if we include what is usually left out, which is the ability to keep aggression under control and foster peace.
Analystsdebated whether this bodes ill for the whole technology sector.
Both sides of the recovered memorydebate--those who "believe the children" and those who are skeptical--rehearse the same script over and over again, claiming all the while to be "breaking the silence."
He comments, "The recent Listener article on creation/evolutiondebates suggests the issue is topical."
Reagan used to dominate the moral dimension of budgetdebates by posing a choice between hard-working taxpayers and irresponsible beneficiaries of government programs.
Page noted that real dialogue about race in America is precipitated by presidential leadership: Harry Truman and Lyndon Johnson framed the racedebate by integrating the armed services and passing the Civil Rights Act, not by asking questions.
The "miscalculation" critique permeated Wednesday's wardebate on the House floor.
Commentatorsdebated the significance of the bleak fantasies in which he portrayed human recklessness, madness, brutality, murder, and nuclear holocaust.
At its essence though, the open-accessdebate is not about economics, it is about access.
Dollar Bill's Diary The coming Washington tax reformdebate leads at USA Today .
In New Jersey and Staten Island, candidates from the two major partiesdebated the relative merits of alternative free-lunch options.
The S-word has so effectively permeated the gay-rightsdebate that in their speeches, both Clinton and Birch felt obliged, without prompting, to deny it.
Second Readingdebate begins.
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In a real crisis--say, a nuclear conflict with Russia--no president will have spent four daysdebating a stand-in for Yelstin.
New Republic , Aug. 9 The cover packagedebates how to divide the surplus.
Obviously, the affirmative-actiondebate is an important if well-worn controversy.
Witnesses, elders, a member of the Hospital Liason Commitee, medical professionals and othersdebated the society's view on blood.
Perhaps the need for rationality does not enter into the assisted-suicidedebate simply because it is taken for granted by all parties.
A 500,000-student trial of publicly funded school vouchers, accompanied by an increase in traditional school spending, could break the stalemate in the educationdebate.
She has successfully walked a tightrope in the censorshipdebates, using her administrative power to block grants that would have spelled trouble while sticking up for those that came under attack after they were awarded.
The National Executive is encouraging a membershipdebate leading up to our Annual Conference in November over whether the ASMS should undertake a conscious shift to national (multi-employer) collective bargaining with DHBs.
As the Soviets began their withdrawal, the jihad's leadersdebated what to do next.
The mediadebated whether Bush's drug history should be probed.
Observersdebated whether the decision vindicated James Earl Ray, who was convicted of the assassination, or implicated him in a larger plot.
But it added that Prime Minister Lionel Jospin's position would be clearer and less subject to the suspicion that he was only worried about reopening the country's immigrationdebate, if he carried his argument to its logical conclusion.
Just my two cents worth for the Creationism vs Darwinismdebate.
Those voices deserve to be heard, but the risk is that the national crimedebate will be shrouded in the emotional fog they produce.
Obituaries fondly recalled his on-airdebates and "two thumbs up" salutes with fellow reviewer Roger Ebert on their eponymous syndicated TV show.
That distinction plays a role in arms-controldebates in the post-Cold-War era.
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The paper quotes one defense official as saying the study was actually concluded two years ago, but release was delayed while the brassdebated how to portray the results.