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Is opting out still seen as going against the grain?
Going against the grain (ie the Council of Ministers, the US and the European Commission), a majority of MEPs from the EP's Civil Liberties Committee voted, on 4 February, against the interim agreement allowing the US to continue to access information from the interbanking network SWIFT in the context of the fight against terrorism.
The paper is going against the grain of many others who have dropped comics in the past four months, by actually adding two comic strips to its current lineup.
Recently the jury have made some insightful decisions, going against the grain of architectural hero worship to reward the more thoughtful.
Going against the grain, the National Council on Teacher Quality (NCTQ) asserts that federal efforts to force school districts to achieve full "comparability" and "equitable distribution of teachers" is not good for poor kids.
COLONIAL Country Club is a well-established venue where seasoned campaigners have traditionally performed well, and anyone backing a youngster to triumph in Texas this week is going against the grain.
His work is hopelessly compromised; however, it still insists on the possibility of going against the grain of conventional practices and value judgments.
Some have, but it was going against the grain. And that's why I did it.
Melissa Diane Smith, a nutritionist and author of the book Going Against The Grain, warns that glutenous grains might be wreaking havoc on our health.
I knew I was going against the grain of orthodoxy, the romanticization of the war in movies and television and now in the war memorial celebrations in the nation's capital.