That said, it's hard to knock off a Texas House speaker without a scandal, a party change, or a bill of particulars that unites opponents in both parties.
What does BP stand for?
BP stands for Bill of Particulars
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While he did some admirable things when he took over the Milwaukee archdiocese from Archbishop Rembert Weak-land, he also faces a bill of particulars on the other side of the equation that groups like Survivors Network of Those Abused by Priests (known as SNAP) and BishopAccountability.
The complaint and bill of particulars focused on the surgery and its aftermath.
7(a), applicable in supreme and county court actions, requires that any "motion relating to disclosure or to a bill of particulars [be accompanied by] an affirmation that counsel has conferred with counsel for the opposing party in a good faith effort to resolve the issues raised by the motion.
While the vote was not accompanied by a bill of particulars listing grievances against Ms.
Obama has said: "How and when the marriage occurred remains a bit murky, a bill of particulars that I have never quite had the courage to explore.
It turned out the bill of particulars was pretty much the same from book to book, and since I already agreed that Bush was an unusually bad president--in fact, my daily job at The Washington Monthly was frequently dedicated to illustrating just that point--there hardly seemed much sense in proving the law of diminishing returns by continuing to read every new screed that came out.