The papers report that the federal judgewho presided over the Paula Jones lawsuit yesterday ordered President Clinton to pay nearly $90,000 to Jones' legal team for giving false testimony about his relationship with Monica Lewinsky.
A three-judgepanel, reported both the Post and Los Angeles Times , has authorized Starr to explore charges that Clinton and his close friend Vernon Jordan persuaded the intern, Monica Lewinsky, to deny that she had had a year-and-a-half-long affair with the president after she had detailed the relationship in 10 conversations with Linda Tripp.
And second, get your pals and admirers in the punditocracy to rig the contest in your favor by fiddling with the meaning and sequence of the judgingcriteria.
It offered reportage that "chronicles the good, the bad, and the otherwise, and leaves readers fully informed and equipped to judgewhat deserves their attention and support."
He judgesdecisions on their logic at the time, not their eventual outcome--the antithesis of Washington-think.
People are judged and, in turn, judgeothers by how they look.
All we do is act out of a chronically judgingmind: "I shouldn't be this way."
The EEA reserves the right to make one or more Awards or not to make an Award, where in the Judgesopinion, no entry of adequate standard has been received.
This gives locals time to appreciate the winning dish in their award winning restaurant and judgestime to get around all the finalists,” he adds.
Perhaps Flew is not aware of the maxim, that one should never judge a religion by its people, but rather, judgepeople by their religion.
Village contests judgecompetitors on their most spectacular flying skills — height, dexterity, and the humming sound produced by the wind through the kite-head.
But by the end of the 3-day event we finally managed to get around the judgingring without doing any loop-the-loops and she ended up getting 4th.
It is intended to hold a judgingseminar in Auckland on 3-4 May 2003.
A judgingcourse is to be held on 23-24 February 2002 at the Community Centre, Ngahine Street, Paraparaumu.
A 1-1 exchange of goals in the second half spoke volumes for the Spirit girls resillience, and they were rewarded with a stunning goal by Sela Corbett after some good work and a well judgedcross by Tracy Ward.
The picture shows the judgingday with anxious competitors watching their bridges being tested to destruction.
The report cites "the judgingdifficulties experienced in the recent editions of the Olympic Games, and noted the resulting poor image of the racewalk events.
Judging humans by the color of their skin is different than judgingdogs by the texture of their coats.
Processing demand modulates the effect of spatial attention on the judgedduration of a brief stimulus.
Watson is an "intuitionist," one of a minority of inspectors who judgeselevators by intuition, as opposed to the empiricists, who inspect in the traditional fashion.
Details of the judgingevent will be made available to the six (6) finalists on 2nd September.
He is a God of justice who will judgeevil.
2) The disputed outcome only shows that judgingfights is a subjective art.
The judgingfocus was on a single cut from a carcass, with no judging of the carcass itself.
We should have serious doubts about the use of crude income measures alone to judgegender differences in wellbeing after separation.
International judgingguidelines were followed with each ice cream starting off with 100 points from which points are deducted due to various imperfections such as appearance defects, body and texture, flavour defects and melting defects.
Judginghumans by the color of their skin is different than judging dogs by the texture of their coats.
Complaining about a Judgeinformation on the Judicial Complaints Lay Observer.
9 June 2003, The Latest NZ Pipeband Mag Hits the Street With fantastic articles on how to get a great sound, judgingissues, review of the 2003 national contest, a farewell note to former president Nigel Foster and more.
Colin Fortune says judging any sport at top international level is demanding, but there is "great camaraderie" among the judgingjury.
Samples of judgingpapers will be provided and explanations made of any rulings and procedures.
Exhibitors must be present throughout the judgingperiod.
So now we are living in the world everyone has long claimed to want: where we judgepoliticians based only on the issues and their public records of governance.
The Royal Easter Show Wine Competition has a new sponsor, Cardmember Wines, which has allowed some changes to the judgingpresentation of the huge array of wines before the judges.
But when even aggregate categorical numbers remain hidden, it is hard to judgepriorities and foster accountability.
Commenting on the judgingprocess Sheila Sinclair said, "The calibre of the submissions was outstanding.
People judgeproducts by their sensory impact - food and beverages have to taste and smell right, they need to be packaged in a design that is complementary, clothes need to feel right and interiors must make us feel comfortable.
Former Environment Court judgeprofessor Peter Skelton found that Dr Mark Milke's published opinions (see below) could give rise to perceptions of bias.
Absorbance was monitored at 280 nm and 260 nm to judgeprotein purity of collected peaks relative to flow through.
If all the judgesrate Zagorodniuk ahead of Candeloro, then Zagorodniuk should come in ahead of Candeloro.
Managing in tough times demands a heightened ability to judgerisk.
There is only one criterion on which to judgeroad racing: time posted.
The article calls accusations that Clinton lied under oath five times "perhaps the most damaging portion of the report," but judgessections about abuse of power and witness tampering "less conclusive."
Where no claim for originality is made or where claims are not signed, this section of the judgingsheets will be blacked out.
While these criteria are helpful in judgingsignificance, the SIA practitioner also needs to consult individual agency procedures for NEPA compliance.
The WP off-leads, and the NYT and LAT carry inside, the decision by a Maryland trialjudge that Linda Tripp had no immunity agreement protecting her from Maryland wiretapping charges.
For example, he noted that three of the five Indiana Supreme Court justices are graduates of the law school, that our graduates include 100 of the state's 360 trial courtjudges, and that 30% of the state's lawyers graduated from the law school.
Wherever possible, the NSE must have previous experience as a SkillEX competitionjudge and/or project designer.
USAT and the LAT front a statejudge's dismissal of Cincinnati's lawsuit against gun manufacturers--one of 29 similar suits by cities against the firearms industry.
Watson is an "intuitionist," one of a minority of inspectors whojudges elevators by intuition, as opposed to the empiricists, who inspect in the traditional fashion.
The Post and NYT front a decision by a federal districtjudge to throw out most of a 3-year-old Federal Election Commission lawsuit against the beleaguered Christian Coalition.
Referees Ken Drummond and Mike Russell take a break from touchjudging.
Thornbury Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc 2000 was awarded 93 points out of a possible 100 (the highest rating given to a NZ wine) and was ranked 47th overall, out of the many thousands of winesjudged by the wine world's most influential read.
SW 2.9.1 The chief finishjudge shall assign each finish judge his position and the placing to be determined.
The WCG will meet with the Attorney General 25.7.03. the Group will discuss the Pay Equity Task Force, the Commission of Inquiry into work/life/ balance and any progress on the appointment of part timeJudges.
Zsuzsanna's husband (Laslos) is also a multi groupjudge so they travel quite extensively over Europe.
As if supporting the Times ' contention, the sentencingjudge expressed doubt about Democratic officials assertions of ignorance concerning fund-raising abuses and said he was surprised that Janet Reno had not appointed a special prosecutor to investigate further.
They provide additional resources to help teachers and schoolsjudge the relative performance of their students against the 'typical' performance of national samples of students at given year levels.
Guestjudge, Richard Taylor was not involved in the weekend's selection process but will join the panel for the final judging in August and September.
"The clear lack of experience in eventing by the Spanish officials could be interesting," said one British jumpjudge who had expected to come to Spain as a spectator only to be seconded as a jump judge.
Manoeuvre begins when model crosses an imaginary plane that ascends vertically upward from a line drawn from the centrejudge out through the central pad.
Casesjudged to have been incidentally detected through transurethral resection of the prostate (TURP), a procedure typically used to treat obstructive uropathy, were also identified and considered in the rate calculations to provide a clearer indication of the effect of screening on the incidence rates of prostate cancer.
It's not only the way othersjudge you, but how you communicate ideas.
He and the other officers who had worked through the plan with the tribalsjudged it "about as good as it can be."
When he arrived in the US in 1995, immigration officials overlooked the problem but after an expensive and lengthy attempt to clear it up, an immigrationjudge and the Board of Immigration Appeals did not and ordered him to leave.
And this, of course, is exactly whatJudge Jackson's findings of fact say Microsoft did.
Language is also a kind of self-regulating system, adjusting system-wide to its users' needs and whims, and it is also a system in which the users attempt formal and informal kinds of regulation, establishing standards or trying to do so, making judgments about our own language use and that of other people (in the words of the radio commercial, "Peoplejudge you by the words you use ...").
It is a standard by which a personjudges Scientology or auditing or auditors.
Will historyjudge the hero of Richard Schickel's Boswellian tome as "ironic" and "postmodern"?
After the intervention of horsejudge Anna Paratene, a veterinarian was called to attend to the horse, but it was too late.
The unusual move was a reaction to both Congressional Republicans who threaten to impeachmentjudges based on their rulings and to campaign contributors who attempt to influence elected state judges.
I beheld how the budget-conscious traveler fared: a foldaway couch to slumber on, no maid service, and no ban on smoking indoorsjudging from Gremlin's scattered cigar butts.
Many will not be surprised with that piece of useless informationjudging by what you tell me in your e mails.
If Starr agrees and is willing to follow up with a letter to these reporters, the committee--or the investigatorJudge Johnson has appointed to find out about the leaks--could then question the reporters.
As all papers report inside, documents released yesterday show that on September 25 the Lewinsky grand juryjudge ordered a special investigation of Kenneth Starr's office for leak violations.
The specter raised by common-lawjudging, Scalia says, is not the unelected judge determined to impose the values of an elite few upon the masses, but that old Tocquevillian villain, the tyranny of the majority.
The list of less-than-brilliant menjudged great by those making this argument usually begins with Ronald Reagan and often includes Franklin D. Roosevelt and Harry S. Truman as well.
The ministryjudged both to breach the Smoke-Free Environments Act.
This Award highlights the packagejudged to represent the most environmentally innovative use of the material selected.
The paneljudged that diets high in a variety of vegetables and fruits, and the microconstituents they contain, may prevent 20-33% of cases of lung cancer in both smokers and non-smokers.
Senior statesmen of Henry's own Lancastrian partyjudged him an unworthy successor to their previous standard-bearer, the legendary Henry V, identified in the popular mind with the romance of chivalry and the tragedy of an early death.
11553 It seems paradoxical that perfectionjudges itself as it makes the choices which are implicit in its dynamism.
This again is something we should not prejudge before more information becomes available.
Our students once again are setting a high standard with companies Vibrant and the Phoenix Corporation competing well in the oral presentationjudging on Friday 11 August.
Princes and princessesjudged the merits of birds, insects, flowers, roots, or seashells.
In parts of rural Alabama, he said, probatejudges still refuse to issue marriage licenses to interracial couples.
Available to individuals who are graduates of the New Zealand speech-language therapy training programme or graduates of non-New Zealand programmesjudged to be equivalent.
In neither population was the change in patient overall QoLjudged to be statistically different.
There is little discerning power evident in Weisberg's relativistjudging of the moral failings of Democratic campaigns against the most afflicted Republican examples.
At many places in her reportJudge Cartwright had argued for the involvement of consumers in decisionmaking about health.