I do believe something happened there because it was in Dera'a where Lawrence came back a year later and where he committed his worst atrocities. And so their demands - and, again, the demands were especially - you saw the territorial demands were especially directed at the Middle East.
DAVIES: And did he maintain any contact with, you know, the tribes that he'd spent, you know, endured such hardship with? Certainly, they had never seen airplanes before, they were terrified of artillery. I think it was all armies at that time.
Accessibility links Skip to main content Keyboard shortcuts for audio player. June 25, AM ET. It was an awful, ugly thing, the sickness. Facebook Twitter Flipboard Email. Adam Romero, senior counsel at UCLA's Williams Institute, says the states where federal action struck down state bans are where things could get really complicated.
Enlarge this image. Nevada started issuing marriage licenses on the Oct. With an "e-marriage," Candeub believes couples anywhere could go online and download their license from a state where same-sex marriage is legal.
Why just two? Nevada started issuing marriage licenses on the Oct. That means states that currently have bans could continue having theirs. And it included all age groups except for one: those 65 and over. NPR Shop. If the Supreme Court were to uphold bans, Romero explains, the defendants in that Utah case would have to go back and ask the court to undo its injunction if the state were to have another ban.
Please enter a valid email address. Candeub says the proposal also has value for heterosexual couples, especially those deployed in the military.
Livability is not a middle-class luxury. An attendee holds up a button at a speech by President Obama on Sept. And we don't have a map here.