crucial period

See: emergency
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
The election of Egypt comes at a crucial period and expresses the trust of the international community in the country's ability to contribute to world peace and security, according to a statement by the Presidential office.
The country was passing through the crucial period of history and all political parties and stakeholders have to unite to take country out of this prevailing crises, he added and maintained that both the political parties were moving towards the decades of 1990 and country cannot tolerate the 90 like political situation and it was inappropriate to adopt such policy.
According to Reuters, China's stock markets are facing a crucial period, as the government is anxiously waiting to see if the new measures will halt a 30 percent plunge in the last three weeks.
Thus, with the attention narrowed to 1920, the start of the Roaring Twenties, readers learn about a crucial period and how it evolved.
SIMON M pool are ready for a crucial period in their top four chase.
He continued: France also offers full support for Iraq in this crucial period of its history.
This latest wave of violence comes only three days before the legislative elections of 2014, a crucial period for Tunisia.
Malik Asad said the country is passing through a crucial period and it cannot bear confrontation of any type.
Obama's announcement that he is nominating John Tefft for the high-profile post comes during a crucial period in U.
Sam will boost our squad in this crucial period and he will bring his experience to our group.
Meanwhile, the last words from the passenger jet were spoken by the co-pilot, the airline said on Monday, providing a new glimpse into the crucial period when the plane was deliberately diverted.
Besides, it expressed wish that the deputies of people "will succeed this prominent national work, especially in this crucial period in which the eyes of the Tunisian people as well as the world are turned on them," the communique added.