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Instead, what has happened is a splintering of the country by age, class, race, and economic activity, with each group looking out for its narrow interests and major national efforts nearly impossible to bring off. Neoliberals should make it clear that all of the specific tasks of government are undertaken in the cause of patriotism; thus every success of the government will have the effect of increasing Americans' faith in their country and each other.
But Page admitted while taking on the Gunners at Old Trafford will be the toughest challenge yet for United, they had to approach the game with the belief they can bring off another shock result.
Luton forced three corners in a bid to rescue a point but Abbey had to bring off another great save from a deflected shot by Simon Haworth.
Pertemps Bullets will be hoping familiarity doesn't breed contempt as they bid to bring off the first part of a four-day double over Brighton Bears tonight, writes GED SCOTT
Name the only horse to bring off the Coventry Stakes-Gimcrack Stakes double in the 1990s
But I only got onto the new Wembley pitch for 10 minutes, when Rest of the World manager Kenny Dalgish finally decided to bring off Romario and play me against England in the charity challenge.
But they also Fall out of turns, have a limited vocabulary of jumps, and go for big effects they cannot bring off.
But Kelly was called on to bring off a series of superb reflex saves to keep the score down.
"But we understand the quality that they have, we know their starting 15 and the players they can bring off the bench."