In a telephone conversation on Saturday, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani told his French counterpart Emmanuel Macron that Tehran would assuredly
scale back its commitments under the nuclear deal if Europeans fail to live up to their obligations.
Likewise, if engaged in hunting uplands, I do not recommend off-lead live bird walk-ups for a young dog because the excitement generated will most assuredly
result in at least a breakdown, if not a total collapse, in a pup's steadiness.
This vote may well be the death knell for the Union as it will assuredly
destroy branch office Labour in Scotland.
Exuberantly worked over at what was most assuredly
jaw-dropping expense in a plush, high-glam fashion by maximalist decorator Kelly Wearstler, the condo provides a 14-foot closet-lined foyer, a 30-foot living-dining room with gold-toned mirrored walls, and a compact kitchen fitted with emerald green cabinetry photogenically juxtaposed against brass fixtures.
President Obama will almost assuredly
be able to implement his recently-concluded nuclear deal with Iran.
"The number of windows I broke has been exaggerated; I only broke two windows," Butt said assuredly
In particular, she has removed all the biblical and Christian references, for example Andersen's ending, in which Gerda's grandmother quotes from the New Testament: 'Assuredly
, I say to you, unless you are converted and become as little children, you will by no means enter the Kingdom of Heaven.'
In a moving message to the nation the King calls for Ernest and continues prayer that we may be wordily matched with this new summons of destiny, and the response of people of all classes will assuredly
China has rejected shipments totaling 1.45 million tonnes since mid-November, NGFA said, with the shipments diverted to other buyers that "most assuredly
would have negotiated a discount."
I say unto thee: We can dance if we want to.
"Foreign intervention will negatively influence oil talks, not to mention that Israel will assuredly
seek means to place obstacles before their progress." Pertaining to the lengthily awaited new Lebanese cabinet, the Minister regretted that "the cabinet formation decision is not taken by Lebanon, but is rather the hostage of a finger-biting game by regional powers." However, Abboud flatly rejected any cabinet that fails to represent all the Lebanese factions.
However he will assuredly
not face the future of the roughly one in eight in sub-Saharan Africa who die from malnutrition by the age of five, nor that of the 20,000 children per day who die from malnutrition.