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ISLAMABAD -- All Parties Hurriyet Conference has termed the recent attacks perpetrated by the right wing Hindu communal groups against the Muslims in Jammu and Rajouri as part of a ploy to change the demographic character and increase the regional tension in the territory.
How else but as a communications ploy, could the appointment of Amabassador Andreas Mavroyiannis as negotiator be viewed?
As I indicated above, these five NCLB PAP Ploys are state-level -- not school-level -- contrivances.
Texas Air's chairman was notorious with labor for a ploy he pulled off with an earlier acquisition: after buying Continental Airlines he had filed for bankruptcy, which let him repudiate union contracts, lay off two-thirds of the labor force, and cut wages by half.
ANDRX CORPORATION (Nasdaq:ADRX) today announced that Biovail Corporation's (NYSE:BVF) claim, that a recently issued Patent "covers" its Tiazac(R) product, appears to constitute a clear abuse of the Hatch-Waxman Act and is a transparent ploy unlawfully to attempt to extend patent protection over its Tiazac(R) product.
The document, also known as a "Friend of the Court Brief," outlined the historical ploys of the pro-drug culture to legalize marijuana.
This was an attempt on the part of early Christians to infiltrate pagan traditions with the truth of the resurrection, a move designed to demonstrate that only Christ could protect people from the ploys of Satan.
Haverkamp "The jury saw right through Coregis' ploys to deny insurance coverage to the District, sending a loud and clear message through their $13 million punitive damage award that it will not tolerate such egregious conduct.
Sitting across the chessboard from Feng-Hsiung Hsu, the IBM research scientist who has been moving the pieces at the behest of Deep Blue, Kasparov has engaged in his usual scowling, brow-furrowing, head-shaking and chin-gripping, the sometimes ostentatious displays of emotion that human opponents have often spoken of as intimidating psychological ploys.
There is particular concern among the elderly population, which is often the target of unscrupulous marketing ploys.
Our fault in the Union's eyes is that we have refused to sign away our employees' rights in advance, or to pressure them by bowing to Union demands for public relations ploys such as a so-called 'neutrality agreement'.