A doctrine is a practical and definite thing to work with; in later life to believe, and to approve of, or disbelieve, and disapprove of.
Of what did she especially disapprove in your conduct or way of spending money?" "She disapproved of my fondness for drink.
It was disapproved at the War Office, and the condemned blankets have gone to Halleck's army.
In this instance, had the case been one of first impression, nothing would have been easier than to have nullified the Sherman Act as an unreasonable exercise of the Police Power, as judges had been nullifying statutes of which they disapproved for a couple of generations previously; but the case was not one of first impression.
It reads: "The comrades abroad can be assured that the German working class disapproves to-day of every piratical policy of State just as it has always disapproved and that it is determined to resist the predatory subjugation of foreign peoples as strongly as the circumstances permit.
"I know you have thought me unsympathetic and disapproving about that which holds for you so great a fascination.
It certainly is not necessary to admit implicitly all that is asserted; and to deny, or disapprove without reason, can he no proof of duty, or of wisdom; and how shall it be known, that he who produces no objections, acts from any other motives, than private malevolence, discontent, or caprice?
Disapproved as under the law creating the present volunteer forces the Governor of Virginia is the only authority who can appoint the officers of the 6th