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Pai ultimately presided over some of the agency’s most controversial decisions, including its highly contested effort three years ago to roll back net neutrality rules that had required Internet providers to treat all Web traffic equally.
Rubio is already suiting up for the politics of destruction, already certain that this new team will preside over America’s decline.
They preside over felony criminal trials and impose sentences.
The company blamed the episode on the vice president who had presided over all reimbursement submissions, who was fired.
Each county elects a presiding officer, known as a county judge, and four commissioners.
Rabbi Lauren Holtzblatt, a Conservative rabbi of Congregation Adas Israel in Washington and a friend of Ginsburg’s whose husband once served as the justice’s law clerk, presided alongside Chief Justice John Roberts.
He had been presiding over a proceeding that had something to do with the Mormons, in which he favored them.
I defended myself as best I could, but was told by the presiding magistrate that I was nothing but an “impudent scoundrel.”
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Pageants sweep by, and nobles are presiding in halls of state.
He was the presiding deity of plantations and forests, and specially protected the boundaries of fields.

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