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When Dave was shown into the private office, he was still in the belligerent frame of mind, but when he saw a large fair man whirl in a revolving chair from dictating to a stenographer to face him, Dave's demeanor abruptly changed.
She had signaled us to stop, and our skipper had ignored the order; but now she had her gun trained on us, and the second shot grazed the cabin, warning the belligerent tug-captain that it was time to obey.
No whimper, nor sound, nor sign of fear, came from Jerry--only choking growls of ferociousness, intermingled with snarls of anger, and a belligerent up-clawing of hind-legs.
In truth, it was raining cats and dogs, such belligerent shower all unprovoked by him who had picked no quarrels nor even been aware of his enemies until they assailed him.
Le Drian said that the presence of "all belligerents" held out a chance, but a final one to get an agreement.
UNITED NATIONS -- UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres on Thursday warned that attacks on medical facilities are on the rise in war zones, and urged belligerents to do more to limit harm to civilians.
President Trump must come to understand that unless the belligerents facing Israel in the Middle East miraculously eschew their own ideologies, peace in the Middle East is not only improbable, it is impossible.
The manual said that journalists in general are to be considered civilians, but that they also may be members of the armed forces, persons authorized to accompany the armed forces, or unprivileged belligerents. The term unprivileged belligerents could have allowed military commanders to detain journalists indefinitely outside the rules of war without charge or trial.
However, journalists may be members of the armed forces, persons authorized to accompany the armed forces, or unprivileged belligerents." Army Lt.
The 1,176-page book states that journalists can be labeled "unprivileged belligerents," an obscure term that replaced "unlawful enemy combatant" that was first used during the administration of President George W.
NNA - The president of South Sudan Salva Kiir Thursday snubbed a meeting in New York devoted to civil war in his country, denounced an American diplomat who has threatened new sanctions against the belligerents. "These meetings were devoted to the devastating impact of the civil war in South Sudan, the humanitarian impact, but also the lack of political progress to find a solution," he said.
The main implication of considering both the economic and military dimensions of civil wars is to reveal the dual instrumental function of belligerents' violence; any violent act has simultaneous impacts on resource extraction and control attempts.