"I'm opposed to the order.
“And they were opposed to the wall.”
“I feel my brother’s life and the things he did have been discounted, as opposed to the actions she took.
If the accused (celebrity) had been male and the alleged female victim had opposed prosecution (for whatever reason), what then?
We are opposed to injustice.
Sanders opposed the overall package.
They started encouraging them to go other places, as opposed to coming to our school.
Other key Senate Democrats such as Joe Manchin of West Virginia have also said they are opposed.
"The leaders managing the response need to quell anxiety, as opposed to stoking it," she said back then.
On April 17, 42 percent of the public supported B.L.M. and 31 percent opposed, an 11-point spread, according to Civiqs Polling.
“Community activists who were opposed to busing are still probably philosophically opposed, but over a period of two or three years, their energies waned.”
In general, I am opposed to doxing—I worry about vigilante mobs, false positives, slippery slopes—but not opposed enough, apparently, to overcome my curiosity.
To such vegetation gods, death- or decay-producing figures are sometimes opposed—as Mot (the Death) is opposed to Baal in Canaanite religion, an infernal and lethal…
That same survey revealed that 62% of Tennessee residents were opposed to sandhill crane hunting and 62% of wildlife watchers were opposed to hunting sandhill cranes.
But the tactical effect of the phone-records argument was to shift the moral burden of the case: Musaev was no longer opposed to the Politkovskaya family, he was opposed to the falsifications of the authorities.
But they are deeply split over an assault weapons ban, with persuadable women supporting an assault weapons ban by a 26-point margin and persuadable men opposed by 18 points — including 42 percent of undecided men who say they are strongly opposed.
Scottish Conservative constitution spokesman Adam Tomkins said the SNP would have opposed the bill no matter what it contained, adding: "You cannot be opposed to a no-deal Brexit and at the same time oppose any and every available deal that would avoid it."
Duckworth has generally opposed the legislative priorities and high-profile nominations of this White House, with a handful of exceptions, including a vote supporting Wilbur Ross for commerce secretary, which a majority of Democrats opposed, and another for John Kelly as homeland security secretary.
…signed between Israel and the Palestinians in the 1990s; with the exception of East Jerusalem, Shas has steadfastly opposed the building of Israeli settlements in areas conquered by Israel in 1967, and, though it supports autonomy for the Palestinians, Shas has opposed the establishment of a Palestinian state.
…1802 a member of the Tribunat, a body chosen by the Senate to debate legislation, he fought the authoritarian development of the consular regime, opposed the institution of the Legion of Honour, voted against bestowing on Napoleon the consulate for life, and courageously opposed the establishment of the empire under…
- being in opposition or having an opponent
Example: two bitterly opposed schools of thought
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