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The Quaid was very clear in his policy that the states which will accede to Pakistan, those will be given choice to decide about terms of accession and the method of governance.
At the general discussion of the United Nations Disarmament Commission (UNDC), Egyptian Ambassador to the UN, Moataz Ahmadein Khalil, denounced on behalf of the Arab Group the Israeli refusal to accede to the Treaty.
ASEAN foreign ministers are to adopt new guidelines for accession to the treaty during their meeting in Thailand, including a plan to introduce a ''flexible moratorium'' on partners that wish to join, fearing that letting more countries accede to the treaty might slow down the decision process.
France would become the first European nation to accede to the treaty, which has already been joined by China, Japan, Russia, Australia, New Zealand, India and Pakistan.
Soon after they accede to the European Union (EU) in 2004, the new member states will have to consider their timetables for joining Economic and Monetary Union (EMU).
The AMSA has published warnings to trainees about the practice and has gone so far as to advise trainees (both medical students and residents) not to accede to a demand by medical educators to submit on record to psychiatric intervention.
Under the current law, if a WLAN network is deemed to be a "telecommunications circuit," JR would have been under much more obligation to accede to the request, and MIS could have appealed to the ministry for arbitration if JR did refuse.
We are looking for it to accede to the Chemical Weapons Convention, as promised in 2001.
However, Parliament's approval of this report signals that there is increasing pressure, endorsed by most EU states and spearheaded by Nordic countries, to accede to their social agenda.
For instance, substance abusers may pursue an uninhibited lifestyle in a peer group that condones promiscuity, whereas depressed youngsters may accede to the sexual demands of their first boyfriend or girlfriend.
Born in 1912, Smith experienced a sort of time lag in his artistic career that caused him to accede to relative fame alongside the Minimalists, beginning in 1966 with his first solo exhibition and his appearance in "Primary Structures" at the Jewish Museum in New York.
Bidwell," shouts an outraged protocol officer, "that Lee Iacocca will not accede to the wishes of the President of the United States?