Some articles on advocates, advocate:

Lewis Black's Root Of All Evil - Advocates
... The advocates were not the same every week, but six of the eight appeared multiple times ... The advocates and their Win/Loss records are Advocate Wins Losses Ties Poll wins Poll losses Andrew Daly 4 ... Andy Kindler 3 ... Patton Oswalt* 3 ... Kathleen Madigan ... Therefore, the results were not counted in the Advocates' Win/Lose column ...
Scotichronicon - Abridgments
... last two years of his life, which is known as the Book of Cupar, and which is preserved in the Advocates' library, Edinburgh (MS ... a Carthusian of Perth) preserved in the Advocates' library (MS. 712 one in the Advocates' library, from which Walter Goodall printed his edition (Edinburgh, 1759), and one in the library of Corpus Christi College ...
Advocates For Youth - Mission and Vision
... Advocates for Youth's mission reads "Advocates for Youth champions efforts to help young people make informed and responsible decisions about their reproductive ... Advocates believes it can best serve the field by boldly advocating for a more positive and realistic approach to adolescent sexual health." The organization also has a vision that is described in ... France, Germany, and the Netherlands that Advocates for Youth conducts to investigate reasons for better sexual health outcomes in those countries ...
Legal Professions - History - Late Ancient Rome
... Republic and the early Roman Empire, jurisconsults and advocates were unregulated, since the former were amateurs and the latter were technically illegal ... Any citizen could call himself an advocate or a legal expert, though whether people believed him would depend upon his personal reputation ... by the fourth century things had changed in the eastern Empire advocates now were really lawyers." For example, by the fourth century, advocates had to be enrolled on the bar of a court to argue before ...
Lewis Black's Root Of All Evil - Format
... Black gave a brief history of each of the Evils and introduced the two advocates, who presented their oral arguments why their Evil is the greater ... Black began his inquisition, questioning the advocates about their Evils ... Black asked the advocates to predict what would happen if their Evil continued to spread ...

Famous quotes containing the word advocates:

    It is not when it is dangerous to tell the truth that its advocates are hardest to find, but when it is boring.
    Friedrich Nietzsche (1844–1900)

    Trial. A formal inquiry designed to prove and put upon record the blameless characters of judges, advocates and jurors.
    Ambrose Bierce (1842–1914)