These orders must be specifically linked to his executive authority and must not contradict a statute passed by Congress.
That tends to contradict the first story that the leaks are misleading.
Technically, they take their orders from the leader, but has he ever dared to contradict them?
It would also contradict the official Ukrainian government line, which is that Russian personnel hit the button.
He also sought to contradict remarks made by his younger brother, Marcy, that pippa found the whole affair funny.
What they promise only, Horace has effectually performed: yet I contradict not the proposition which I formerly advanced.
I judged it wasn't so, but it was not for me to contradict a general officer.
The writers of Siena contradict him with good reason; for in 1298 Simone was only fourteen years of age.
That a plurality of worlds does not contradict any principle of reason or faith.
Johannes did not remember about it, but would not contradict his friend.