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Aoun] to boycott Parliament and paralyze the country until regional circumstances become ripe," Houri said.
The time has become ripe for this, it is understood, as the result of trade agreements recently concluded by Norway and Sweden with the United States, involving modifications in the commercial relations between those two countries and the Allied Governments.
It will take not more than a day for them to become ripe, turn yellow and be ready for eating," a trader said.
Today's Stick Marsh may not compare to those heydays when bass over 10 pounds were common but in the last several years submerged grasses, including hydrilla, have returned to many areas and the habitat has become ripe with the necessary forage.
The most serious pest is the olive fruit fly, which lays its eggs in olives usually just before they become ripe in the autumn.
But why does Hezbollah not step up now and seize power, the latter having become ripe for the taking?
He said during his presence in the city of Mumbai the Iraqi businessmen conference: " The opportunities for Indian companies become ripe in the availability of the legal environment in Iraq.
With mobile device subscriptions now outnumbering people in the United States, smartphones and tablets have become ripe targets for cyber criminals.
NNA - 28/09/2012 - Information Minister Walid Daouk hoped Friday that the administrative appointments file would soon become ripe enough to serve Lebanon's interest, especially that there are many job vacancies in public administrations.
The net result is that the time has become ripe for solutions to climate change that don't require reducing emissions.
And it points up one other thing that's not often appreciated: Even with landmarking of buildings, even with the designating of whole neighborhoods as historical districts, there still remains a large and well-nigh inexhaustible percentage of Manhattan (starting with the area north of about 125th Street all the way to the northern tip of the island), not to mention even more of the outer boroughs, that will one day become ripe for development, if it's not already there.
This and many other factors have led to a situation, according to Pert, where the region has become ripe for massive investments in education.