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1camisa de fuerza femeninochaleco de fuerza masculino Cono Surthe ideological straitjacket of the party line — las limitaciones ideológicas que impone la línea del partido
- Of course this does not mean that the courts have to put their reasoning into the straitjacket of first construing the statute in the abstract and then looking at the facts.
- Mr McNamara, for the defendant, submits that the Framework does not impose a straitjacket but that in any event the matter was approached correctly in terms of the flowchart in Figure 5.
- What you had always done was to entomb your inner personal centre within the constricting straitjacket of certain words and formulae.
- We have to be careful, as you would understand, putting straitjackets on either judges or counsel.
- We must break through the mental straitjacket and realize that another world is possible.
- She refuses to let herself be confined in any of the old world's many straightjackets.
- By placing women in ideological straitjackets, both the feminist and traditionalist women's groups have made themselves largely irrelevant to today's women.
- They quarantined the city workers' struggle, confining it within the political straitjacket of collective bargaining and appeals to the big business politicians.
- Any form of independent resistance by workers, any attempt to break out of the straitjacket and control of the trade unions, is to be prevented under all circumstances.
- We've got the government ordering us to zip up our mental straitjackets in public.
- Men have long considered traditional marital roles ‘anemic and constricting,’ according to Real, and no longer being the sole breadwinner is a loosening of the straitjacket.
- Defining public use narrowly would put a straitjacket on governments in devising solutions to difficult social problems.
- Yet they're all built from the wiggle-room found inside the tightest of genre straitjackets.
- The political straitjacket of the two-party system that has confined the American working class is objectively finished.
- Slipping on a straitjacket of simplistic logic, we come to believe that the disorder must, or at the very least should, be overcome by an application of willpower.
- They can step outside of the conformist straitjackets of their own culture and become hip, become cool.
- The author is so keen to break out of the straitjacket of conventional narrative that he forgets to include a plot.
- The Commission, for its part, has generally not sought to impose any procedural straitjackets.
- Of course I do not seek to put the trial judge in a straightjacket.
- It's as if defensive coordinators have wiggled out of straitjackets and finally can turn the pages of their playbooks again.
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