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The ruling by the US Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit upheld the 2013 convictions of "four members of the Somali diaspora for sending, or conspiring to send, $10,900 to Somalia to support a foreign terrorist organization."
What the Supreme Court ruling said is it didn’t legalize sports gambling, but it made it illegal for the federal government to prohibit states from legalizing.
The women intend to appeal the ruling on wage discrimination — since the reason they earned that money was that they won the World Cup.
Moser also argues in his filings that certain federal rulings are on his side.
The mode of life of the ruling class will necessarily differ widely from that of the ruled.
Varley would have explained to him that his ruling sign being Leo, he required like all lions the warm sunny south.
WILLIAM BLAKECHARLES GARDNER
He is the ruling power of external religion, as the High Priestess is the prevailing genius of the esoteric, withdrawn power.
Gayety, wit, and ingenuity are their ruling character: they aspire not to the sublime; still less to the pathetic.
I won't have one of these creatures that have been ruling here—except the cook.
THE PRISONERALICE BROWN
The point is should we be better governed if we replaced the present ruling class by another?
SCARAMOUCHERAFAEL SABATINI

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