Even on the eve of its passage, at least a plurality said they opposed the law.
It only need prove criminal agency—that the death was a homicide, as opposed to an accident.
“As opposed to someone who has not been trained,” he continued.
But it was interesting that Mr. Romney generally chose gentler jibes as opposed to a more ferocious assault on Obama.
On the whole the English intelligentsia have opposed Hitler, but only at the price of accepting Stalin.
I own my judgment, such as it was at nineteen, was opposed to the opinion of the captain.
To some features of the Bill he was opposed, but was in favor of its principle.
It was furthermore suspected that Mr. Bell, of Tennessee, another member of the committee, was opposed to the bill.
However, he was opposed to any suggestion of a committee of inquiry.
Thus the experimental results are opposed to the acknowledged experience of practical work in the hands of common laborers.