Nine days after the 9/11 attacks, former NATO Supreme Commander Wesley Clark was told by a three-star general who had previously served under him that Bush officials were determined to invade
Iraq even if Saddam had nothing to do with the attacks.
A few centuries from now, should supposed warming trends continue, Labrador black spruce may invade
the shores of Baffin Island and Georgia baldcypress may dip their knobby knees in Long Island Sound.
I guarantee to them na kapag kayo pumasok dito (that if they invade
our country), it would be bloody.
The leader of a mainland European country wanted to invade
decided to invade
Iraq in 2003 to overthrow Saddam Hussein, it helps to go back 13 years, to the war that added "Operation Desert Storm" and "the mother of all battles" to the American vernacular.
A good example would be the debate in Parliament on whether to invade
Wolfowitz persuaded Bush to invade
Iraq, insisting US troops would be welcomed.
For example, most cold viruses only invade
cells in the nose and throat of humans.
The target of Pletka's barb was an article Pollack wrote in the March/April 2002 issue of Foreign Affairs in which he announced that the United States should, after all, invade
Iraq to settle the Saddam problem once and for all.
Without so much as a 'by your leave,' UNICEF announced that it will invade
every Canadian school having an Internet connection to conduct a vote among students aged 6 to 17 years.
The trust still has no tax liability and it remains purely a passthrough entity; hence, any trust whose beneficiary may effectively invade
its income or corpus is an eligible S shareholder.
Malaria parasites initially invade
liver cells and, after multiplying, release tens of thousands of new parasites, which invade
red blood cells, multiply again, and then destroy these cells.