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PRESSPacific Range Electromagnetic Signature Studies
PRESSPersonnel Recovery Extraction Survivability Aided by Smart-Sensors (DOD/DTRA)
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What signifies a declaration, that "the liberty of the press shall be inviolably preserved"?
To show that there is a power in the Constitution by which the liberty of the press may be affected, recourse has been had to the power of taxation.
This was sent out all over the country in an Associated Press despatch, and from all over the country arose a cry of alarm.
He was assailed terribly in the press, in long and abusive editorials, for his anarchy, and hints were made of mental breakdown on his part.
There exists at that epoch, for thought written in stone, a privilege exactly comparable to our present liberty of the press.
The chill is almost imperceptible in the fifteenth century; the press is, as yet, too weak, and, at the most, draws from powerful architecture a superabundance of life.
That others would press to the support of those who faced me I knew, so even as I fought I kept my wits at work, searching for an avenue of escape.
We are not going to be hard on a lady who did not belong to the Women's Press Association.
Schools may be erected, East, West, North, and South; pupils be taught, and masters reared, by scores upon scores of thousands; colleges may thrive, churches may be crammed, temperance may be diffused, and advancing knowledge in all other forms walk through the land with giant strides: but while the newspaper press of America is in, or near, its present abject state, high moral improvement in that country is hopeless.
And the question was repeated, while he struggled for will power sufficient to press on the light.
If I could once ketch that consarned old thief," exclaimed Abner righteously, "I'd make him dance,--workin' off a stolen sleigh on me an' takin' away my good money an' cider press, to say nothin' o' my character
It was a clever move, for it put me at the mercy of a dozen men within a chamber from which assistance was locked out, and it gave the red men in the corridor beyond no avenue of escape should their new antagonists press them too closely.