On the street is, in fact, is where Linton waged his most public act of war on Uber.
After a stricter EM law, public act 4, was voted down last November, many assumed that was the end of the issue.
With him, as offering in a public act the homage of his race, the great covenant of which we have been speaking was made.
All the stories in the world could not add to the infamy of that public act.
I have most carefully avoided every public act of manifestation on that subject.
Of its nature, it constitutes an exterior, public act of religion.
The world was now informed: and the author's appearance at this moment was like a public act of faith.
The new king's first public act was to call for a bill for the divorce of his wife, Caroline of Brunswick.
Scarcely has any public act of the President drawn upon his administration a greater degree of censure than this.
This act shall be deemed a public act, and take effect and be in force from and after its passage.