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Second, the Syrian regime was no longer ready to accept any solution that conduces to a political settlement since it still receives diplomatic, political and military support by a super power.
By QUETTA, November 22, 2010 (Balochistan Times): Balochistan Chief Minister Nawab Mohammad Aslam Khan Raisani said that killing of teachers have brought the education sector to the brink of destruction, adding education is an evolutionary process which conduces to durable development but contrary to this so called Balch movements are spoiling the future of Baloch youth.
Kutadgu Bilig means something like "the wisdom which brings happiness" or "the wisdom that conduces to royal glory or fortune", but has been translated more concisely as "wisdom which brings good fortune.
He said Jordan supports the two-state solution as the only outlet to resolving the Palestinian issue, which conduces to emergence of a viable and sovereign Palestinian state with East Jerusalem as its capital.
The real modality to manufacturer the composite conduces to many points where the theoretical arrangement can not be respected.
These differences conduce to differences between the computed values of the elastic constants of the material and the real comportment of this.
These differences conduce to difference between the computed values of the engineering constants and the values obtained via experimentations.
The analyse made for the relations presented to calculus of the engineering constants conduce to the conclusion that small variations of the properties of the fiber or of the matrix can produce variations, sometime very large, of the properties of the composite material.
By skillfully blending history with criticism, Saxton's book conduces toward a better understanding of the relation of culture to society through a solid historical portrayal of nineteenth-century America.
If anything it is a word that is perceived as restricting our expansive sentiments, our rights and ambitions; that implies or is antecedent to self-restraint, and conduces the recognition of self-limitation.
Private investment conduces to the fast growth of mobile and long-distance calls, but causes the stay of fixed line density growth (currently at about 18% in the entire Latin America).
He while expressing his concern over the loss of lives on highway said that dilapidated condition of the highway conduces to 80 percent accidents there.