It is all about justice, and justice can be attained through having the rulers accountable to their people.
He has, in effect, overturned the very system through which he attained office.
It attained its $2 million goal in less than ten hours, the most famous example of fans resurrecting a show in Hollywood history.
After all, he already had attained executive-branch closure by penning a remarkably vain autobiography.
Remember how Scott Brown attained wattage in 2009 by beating Democrat Martha Coakley in Massachusetts?
She had waylaid the well-known figure from whom she had formerly fled, and her end was attained.
The ideal of all these works is the same and attained by different means.
On the 2nd of October in the year 1798, Davy quitted Penzance, before he had attained his twentieth year.
These Indians had attained a very considerable degree of civilization.
A lady came to the Consumptive's Home with a cancer in the cheek, which had attained the size of a filbert.
c.1300, "to succeed in reaching," from stem of Old French ataindre (11c., Modern French atteindre) "to come up to, reach, attain, endeavor, strive," from Vulgar Latin *adtangere, from Latin attingere "to touch, to arrive at," from ad- "to" (see ad-) + tangere "to touch" (see tangent). Latin attingere had a wide range of meanings, including "to attack, to strike, to appropriate, to manage," all somehow suggested by the literal sense "to touch." Related: Attained; attaining.