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Ayatollah Khamenei advised the government to explore the potentials of domestic economy, and said that the national economy has extensive capacities which have not yet been explored and the government must utilize the great potentials of the national economy to get out of the current situation victoriously.
SUPER-SUB Cathal McInerney netted twice in extra-time to victoriously secure Clare's place in the All-Ireland hurling quarter-finals.
Our democracy has been tested again and came out victoriously," he said.
According to KCNA, the Political Bureau of the committee has decided to convene the plenary meeting "to discuss and decide an important issue for victoriously advancing the Korean revolution and make a drastic turn in accomplishing the Juche revolutionary cause under the banner of the great Kimilsungism-Kimjongilism," without further elaboration.
During the meeting on Tuesday evening, President Ahmadinejad pointed to the efforts made by enemies to prolong the crisis in Syria, and stated that he is sure Syrians will victoriously pass through the current difficult situation.
Chelsea victoriously claimed the Champions League last May under Roberto Di Matteo, playing a pragmatic style of football.
Merson's K held and history was made with Greg Merson victoriously winning the bracelet for the 2012 WSOP Main Event.
Smith, a guy once trashed by Midwestern media and Michigan State fans on his way out of East Lansing, carried victoriously on the shoulders of the Hogs in Pro Player Stadium in Miami in early January.
Alaaeddine lamented how a "collaborator is released victoriously .
In Division II, Field Head completed their season victoriously - defeating a disappointed Woolpack 6-2 at Royds Hall.
Regarding completing of the Senior Debt Issue victoriously, Mr.
My heavy heart is assuaged when we cycle, the next morning, from the modern town of Siem Reap to Angkor Wat, where the complex's petal-like domes emerge victoriously from the jungle canopy.