- r with specific intentions; for the express purpose
she needs the money expressly for her patients
- Those bans, together with existing legislation, make gay marriage expressly illegal in 45 states.
- It claims that "Congress has expressly forbidden the DHS from spending a penny on any system like this to assign risk scores to airline passengers, and that the Privacy Act forbids .
- Even if it draws good ratings, how many of those viewers will be old Jay fans watching expressly because he's not Conan? The shows are already fighting intensely for bookings .
- Ryan Crocker in guardian.co.uk
The agreement will not establish permanent bases in Iraq, and we anticipate that it will expressly foreswear them. The agreement will not specify troop levels, and it will not tie the hands of the next administration,Crocker said.
- Jean-Marie Le Pen in International Herald Tribune
I invite voters who trusted me not to cast ballots for Madame Royal or Mr. Sarkozy,Le Pen told at least 5,000 supporters in front of Paris' gilded Opera. "I invite them expressly to abstain massively, reserving themselves for the first...
- David Garrow in San Jose Mercury News
Up until yesterday, we all thought Kennedy was a vote for a colorblind Constitution. Now, he has expressly rejected that,Garrow said.