His investment firm, Invoke, remains Darktrace's top investor.
Invoke has its research and development unit in the university city.
The UK cannot invoke article 24 unilaterally, and even if it could, it only applies to goods, and not to services.
Sanders veered away from his well-rehearsed jeremiads on the one percent to directly invoke his Democratic opponents.
Of the 40 people working at Darktrace, about 15 have come from Invoke.
Since 2011 the court has been able to invoke its fifth ruling to instruct Congress to rewrite laws by a certain date.
In short, like any moral intuition, equal freedom favors societies that internalize it and, ultimately, self-consciously invoke it.
Vice-President Mike Pence refused to invoke the 25th amendment, which provides for the removal of a president deemed unfit for office.
Jamie Raskin of Maryland, that urges Vice President Mike Pence to invoke the 25th Amendment to remove Trump from office after Wednesday's siege.
“If worse comes to worse, I think he can invoke the 14th Amendment and suffer the consequences of Congress’s actions, which would entail trying to impeach him.”
In political philosophy, discussions of marriage law invoke diverse considerations, reflecting the various theoretical orientations of contributors to the debate.
Yet the Mexican government has systematically rejected this notion, preferring to invoke the same binaries present in US policies like the war on drugs and the war on terror.
Vice President Pence, who was evacuated from the Capitol, should seriously consider working with the Cabinet to invoke the 25th Amendment to preserve democracy," added Timmons.
They say the U.S. lost legal standing to invoke snapback sanctions when President Donald Trump withdrew from the nuclear deal in 2018 and began reimposing U.S. sanctions on Iran.
Trump’s claim of executive privilege does not apply because he did not cite specific materials that contain protected information, and because he cannot invoke it to conceal wrongdoing.
Greenblatt in turn rejected the defense, writing that "Carlson's attempt to at first dismiss this theory, while in the very next breath endorsing it under cover of 'a voting rights question,' does not give him free license to invoke a white supremacist trope."
President Trump, furious over government vacancies he said were hindering his administration’s coronavirus response, threatened on Wednesday to invoke a never-before-used presidential power to adjourn Congress so he could fill the positions temporarily himself.
The National Association of Manufacturers, the country's largest manufacturing trade group, went even further, issuing a statement calling on Vice President Mike Pence and top White House officials to invoke the 25th amendment to remove President Trump from office.
The vice president has come under pressure to invoke the 25th Amendment as a growing number of Democratic leaders — and some Republicans — call for Trump's presidential powers to be removed immediately after his supporters violently stormed the US Capitol on Wednesday.
In other words, I cannot invoke God because I am not allowed to invoke God by the rules of the game, a game that will only accept certain types of evidence and explanation, but which does so in the absence of any a priori or empirical reason for the belief that such explanations are - as a type rather than in the particular - invalid.
- summon into action or bring into existence, often as if by magic
- cite as an authority; resort to
Example: He invoked the law that would save him
- request earnestly (something from somebody); ask for aid or protection
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In other words I cannot invoke God because I am not allowed to invoke God by the rules of the game a game that will only accept certain types of evidence and explanation but which does so in the absence of any a priori or empirical reason for the belief that such explanations are - as a type rather than in the particular - invalid