But the decision of the judiciary is final in such a case, whereas in every instance where the veto of the Executive is applied it may be overcome by a vote of two-thirds of both Houses of Congress.
Dramatically, there should have been cautious sparring for openings and a number of tensely contested rounds, as if it had been the final of a boxing competition.
Any thoughts that he might shoulder a rifle and fight Germans would at that time, if it had entered his head, have seemed just as ridiculous as a thought that he should play in the Final at the Crystal Palace or step into the ring to fight Carpentier.
G.W. HILLYARD (Champion, 1886, 1889, 1894, 1897, 1899, 1900) One of the most exciting matches I remember was the final for the Championship at Wimbledon, played on the centre court on July 6, 1889, between Miss Rice and me.
As for the period "after numeral letters," if they really needed it at all, they would need it severally, as do the abbreviations; but there are none of them, which do not uniformly dispense with it, when not final to the number; and they may as well dispense with it, in like manner, whenever they are not final to the sentence.
There was nothing, in fact, fixed and final about it.
How well I remember, bedecked by my proud mother in my best clothes, running off to the Club on the Saturday afternoon to play in the final without a vestige of nerve (would that I had none now!), and winningthat was the first really important match of my life.
His own words were final on that score.
Figures, Arabic, in what cases pointed by some Final f, l, or s, in spelling; other finals than, in do. ck or c, use of ll, to what confined e of a primitive, when omitted; when retained y of a prim. word before a terminat., how managed ise or ize, which termination to be taken Finals, what letters may assume the position of; what may not, and why Finite verbs, agreem.
We got together at his office in the Board of Trade building to play off the finals with the bull crowd.