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What is more disturbing is that such unabashed espousal of violent activities has been justified by constitutional authorities.
The OIC countries appreciated Pakistan's vigorous espousal of OIC positions on the issue, she added.
The campaign is extremely important to help counter the espousal of terrorist tendencies particularly among the young people," he said.
It was not so much for its experience as victim of the world's strongest storm ever to hit land - Yolanda in 2013 - that the Philippines drew attention at the ongoing United Nations (UN) climate talks in Paris, France, as for its espousal with 35 other countries of an initiative to promote geothermal energy in developing countries.
Mick Antoniw quite rightly says that Mr Corbyn "will come under a sustained attack from the tabloid media" but more importantly his espousal of an outdated and antiquated socialist agenda will be soundly rejected by the British electorate.
com)-- The global optoelectronics market is expected to gain sizeable recognition with heaving espousal of optoelectronic paraphernalia in the consumer electronic goods segment such as in flexible and flat television display panels, Xerox machines, smart phones, CD-DVD & Blue - ray storage technologies, and sophisticated cameras.
Known for his espousal of Hindu nationalism, Malviya, an educationist, was behind the establishment of the Banaras Hindu University and was also the initial founders of right-wing organisation, Hindu Mahasabha.
This top-down character has remained a staple of conventional policy analysis and espousal despite the dramatic change in institutional environment, through which governments became bloated, public ordering became ubiquitous, and the franchise became unrestricted.
He said Kuwait's espousal of these and other similar values had enabled it to protect the public from being assailed by extremism and terrorism.
The dense and complex imagery of light, espousal, and victory gives expression to the joyful reality of a return to Jerusalem and to the as-yet-unrealized dreams of rebuilding and repopulating what has been laid to waste.
She added: "Her desire to control, punish, and inflict pain, all in the name of law and order, are, I think, every bit as reprehensible as Lord Voldemort's unvarnished espousal of evil.
BBC football pundit Alan Hansen may not be everyone's cup of tea, but his frequent espousal of what professional sport is all about: "first is first and second is nowhere," drummed into him during his days at Anfield, offers viewers an insight into the serial winners' mindset.