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They took the central one away in 1852, on the occasion of thanksgivings for the reinstitution of the presidential power--but precious soon they had occasion to reconsider that motion and put it back again
The value of the lira and the recuperation of the Turkish economy are dependent, before anything else, on a recommitment to democratic values, the reinstitution of the rule of law, more inclusive institutions, political stability and social peace.
It also called upon them to return all seized territory and arms to the Yemeni government, to allow the reinstitution of the legitimate government and to "end the use of violence".
The reinstitution of a third daily frequency by Emirates aACA* is a policy issue that will be properly dealt with through the holding of a new round of Air Consultation Talks between the UAE and the Philippines," Carmelo Arcilla, CAB executive director, told Gulf News by email.
Moreover, subsequent isolated cases of Ebola in Mali would not automatically require reinstitution of these measures, which are used only when there is a risk of widespread transmission.
This study lays the groundwork for the reinstitution of an MEP center in Alaska.
NEW YORK, July 12 (KUNA) -- The Security Council on Saturday called for de-escalation of the situation in Gaza, restoration of calm, and reinstitution of the November 2012 ceasefire brokered by Egypt between Israel and Hamas.
The Security Council members called for de-escalation of the situation, restoration of calm, and reinstitution of the November 2012 ceasefire," the 15-member body said in a statement.
Some of the measures that SDSM pledged are smaller electricity rates and reinstitution of the cheap electricity day tariff.
We lose all of Olson's innovations: his idiosyncratic line breaks and enjambments, his prosodic experiments with Whitehead's process philosophy, his peculiar forms of punctuation and spacing, his obsession with "composing by ear" and with the reinstitution of embodied breath and shamanic orality.
We scheduled the meeting for next week," Papaconstantinou said, adding that the aim of the proposal was the reinstitution of damages caused by the Eurogroup decision.
The decision of the European Parliament to adopt a mechanism allowing provisional reinstitution of visas for the countries of the Western Balkans may be brought before the European Court of Justice in Luxembourg, said Croatian MEP Tonino Picula.