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But the lira, undefended, poses its own risks to the economy after falling 12 percent in value against the dollar this year.
The section of coast between the promenade and Penarth Head contains The Kymin and a large number of private residences including a number of multioccupancy units and is undefended.
If Israel persists in its present policies of imposing apartheid in the West Bank, of strangulating Gaza, of carrying out carpet bombing of undefended Arab populations, it will continue to lose the liberal segments of its population to emigration.
He suggests that being with God in the moment -- naked, undefended, and of non-dual mind -- offers us our best chance of encountering the "Real Presence.
A 40- yard undefended penalty was converted by Ravi Rathore which gave Cavalry their second goal of the day.
Marlboro responded two minutes later when Azar came in undefended and blasted a pass from Josh Hill into the net to make it 2-2.
Failure to identify and focus on these 20% leaves companies undefended against wily competitors.
It was a short, sharp left hook which zeroed in on Hatton's undefended chin.
Failure to identify and focus the most profitable leaves companies undefended against wily competitors.
The victims included women children and the elderly who were found undefended.
The Arc of the Medicine Line: Mapping the World's Longest Undefended Border across the Western Plains, by Tony Rees.
and Canada proudly have boasted that the dividing line between the two nations is the longest undefended international border in the post-9/11 world (there even is an International Peace Garden straddling the boundary on the edge of North Dakota), concerns over the movement of terrorists and their weaponry into the U.