Lord Wilberforce adverted to the limitations of this metaphor in " Science Research Council v Nass?" [ 1980 ] AC 1028, 1067.
The conference was devoted to the 150th anniversary of the P . P . Anosov birthday, and the reports mostly adverted the achievements and development of the creative heritage of the outstanding metallurgist.
Now, that my opinion upon this case may be clearly understood, I will consider separately the two principal grounds of complaint to which I have adverted, with reference to a very marked distinction between them.
Presaging a theme he would bring to the fore, using similar language, in his Gettysburg Address in 1863, Lincoln wrote : You have kindly adverted to the trial through which this Republic is now passing.
Finally, starting something of a trend among later commentators, the art critic Walter Pater ( 1839 1894 ) adverted to the work's homoerotic appeal by way of explaining why it had been so long lionized.
Although completely foreign to both British and Australian colonial experience, the framers of the Australian Constitution clearly intended that the practice would take hold in Australia, and even expressly adverted to it in the Constitutional text ( in section 76 ).
TRIBE : Well, Justice O'Connor, I certainly agree that if the Florida Supreme Court adverted to 3 U . S . C ., Section 5, and, as Justice Kennedy asked earlier, got it wrong, then there would be a federal issue for this court.
These sources stated that the Sahrawi forces were not opposing resistance to the Moroccan offensive, due to " respect to the date of September 6 marked by the UN peace plan for the ceasefire ", but also adverted that if after the ceasefire date the attacks continued, " Sahrawis will be legitimated to exercise their self-defense right ".
[His Lordship then adverted to a point raised in argument, whether, according to the true construction of the articles, there was not absolute power in the directors for a period of five years to do what they pleased without the control of the company, and considered that they had no such power as to prevent an action being brought against them.
:" One man was killed on the same occasion and from the very window whence he received his death, the very flag which shielded his murderer ( not only in the commission of his crime, but from its consequences ), was displayed again on the occasion of the public ceremony performed by the Governor General, to which I have just adverted.