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Instead, Israel is running away from peacemaking to warmongering, risking the embroilment of the United States in a war on Iran that Washington does not want, at least for now.
Even geometers also found it useful to avoid embroilment in philosophical disputes about definitions of terms or about the existence of mathematical entities.
And though there were signs of mission creep, of deepening embroilment in Libya's civil war, the U.
Dubai state-owned developer, NakheelAAEs current embroilment in both lingering and longwinded legal actions with third-party contractors, is preventing buyers from
The bank may represent a potential source of social mollification, but it too must come to terms with its own history, which reveals its embroilment with an inequitable legal system and its resulting responsibility for so many deaths.
According to the Iraqi government, evidence pointed at al-Hashimi's embroilment in the parliament blast incident after deriving confessions from four arrested Islamic Party members.
On occasion, Israeli politicians openly debate a full expulsion of the Palestinian population, but let us note that even such a move, were it to be realized, would commit Israel to a permanent war at the border, and so a permanent embroilment with those whom it not only expels, but must continually keep expelled, from their own lands.
In addition to sculptures, it consists of thirty prints of pages from the Daily Mail, the UK's most popular and spiteful middlemarket tabloid, partially overprinted with texts questioning, deploring, and rejecting the concept of family and Olesen's own embroilment in its confining traditional roles.
Israeli embroilment in Gaza could arguably be responsible as well.
Charlie owns the patent and that's been a legal embroilment for over a decade now.
Concomitant with the Stage Society's second production (Archer's translation of Ibsen's League of Youth in February 1900) (43) was Charrington's embroilment in the Fabian Society's debate over the Transvaal (Boer) War, (44) and his lecture on "Communal Recreation" to the Fabian Society in April 1900 (Fabian News 10.