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1ámbito masculine formal
- But they should not defy the managers of the State if they feel their actions are within the ambit of the law.
- We need to accept that the situation is now outside the ambit of canon law and the control of church personnel.
- This was granted two years ago on condition that the centre runs its programmes within the ambit of the law.
- Of course, that is a matter totally outside the ambit of my remit tonight.
- Upon questioning, many of them referred this service as outside the ambit of their responsibilities.
- If it is within the ambit of the Council to assist we should do so.
- A solution is most likely to fall outside the ambit of the Constitution.
- Of late, Wattal has been seriously looking outside the ambit of working with pop artists.
- There can be no room in the due process of criminal justice for the jury to import factors outside the ambit of factual evidence.
- No political party or group operating within the ambit of the Constitution has been threatened or prejudiced by it.
- If she was given the advice which she says she was within the ambit of the retainer, then another issue would arise.
- There are no possible grounds for challenging this decision, which fell well within the ambit of the judge's discretion.
- Often these matters can be rather wide ranging, but it does help to maintain order in the House if we try to keep within the ambit of a bill.
- It has not been shown that she went outside the generous ambit of the discretion given to her and in my judgment this appeal should be dismissed.
- Clearly, the consequences of this challenge have wider implications than those within the ambit of the case itself.
- It is alleged that he treated him negligently; but resolution of that issue also falls outside the ambit of this trial.
- The question is whether these companies will fall within the ambit of the US legislation.
- Most of this activity occurs outside the ambit of universities and schools.
- The member's supplementary question is definitely outside the ambit of what I asked.
- Not only is that question way outside the ambit of the original question, but it is simply mean and nasty.