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It is government's consistently expressed position that it is necessary to have an environment free of terror or threat of terror if relations between India and Pakistan are to move forward concretely and meaningfully," Ahmad said.
Perhaps this is a way of talking meaningfully about how hurricanes and the towering emptiness in the New York skyline after 9/11 are acts of judgment.
How fortunate we are to have a sport that bridges gender, ethnicity, race, and athletic ability so masterfully and meaningfully.
Most of these people shouldn't be dead yet,'' Tru is told meaningfully, but, ``there's nothing you can do about it.
6015 was not an issue in the court proceeding and the innocent spouse did not meaningfully participate in such proceeding.
This is a complex treatise that is impossible to meaningfully review in a few paragraphs, other than to recommend it to anyone who wishes to understand this provocative forestry movement.
Congress simply can't meaningfully have 25 or 30 people asking questions for 10 minutes each in a House hearing," says Bennett.
The global pandemic and global response need separate articles, and cannot be summarized meaningfully.
The chemistry between Chara Huckins and Jim Moreno created the illusion of pouring water; theirs was a partnership of giving and taking, swirling meaningfully from one movement to the next, and peacefully pouring onto the floor and into the wings.
We believe that Gencarta will enhance genomic research and discovery and will meaningfully contribute to the drug development process.
Best Practices for Credit Risk Disclosure identifies the credit risk information that market participants and supervisors need to meaningfully assess banking organizations.
However, he added, "the United States will not assume binding obligations unless key developing nations meaningfully participate in this effort.