Instead, he seems to have asked his Chinese counterparts simply not to “enforce” the new ADIZ rules.
In one society, the law would be used to enforce monogamy, while in another it might be used to enforce polygamy.
Unlike Obama 1.0, however, Obama 2.0 is strong enough to enforce the difference.
But in China, those who are supposed to enforce the law are all too often above the law.
It may not be popular, but the administration is right to enforce those laws.
There was no sea officer who could enforce orders; the men were mutinous.
This is the proposition which I intended to enforce in the present section.
The multitude of Reformers made the edicts impossible, so long as no foreign troops were there to enforce them.
All that has been said, then, tends to enforce the culture of the imagination.
An act to enforce the right of citizens of the United States to vote in the several States, and for other purposes.