"India should invade
the Maldives if rigging of election takes place," he added.
What can they (Americans) fabricate this time to invade
Libya?" he added
If the income earned on this portfolio falls below the established amount, the trustee would use the power to adjust and invade
the principal for the shortfall.
They have to invade
a living cell [to reproduce and grow]," says Salyers.
Nine days after the 9/11 attacks, former NATO Supreme Commander Wesley Clark was told by a three-star general who had previously served under him that Bush officials were determined to invade
Iraq even if Saddam had nothing to do with the attacks.
If the United States can unilaterally claim the right to invade
Iraq because of that country's violations of Security Council resolutions, other council members could logically claim the right to invade
states that are also in violation; for example, Russia could claim the right to invade
Israel, France could claim the right to invade
Turkey and Britain could claim the right to invade
The paramilitaries invade
villages and cities under the pretext of looking for civilians who support the guerrillas.
He or she can invade
the principal for health reasons or to maintain an accustomed standard of living.
of Barton, TC Memo 1993-583, in which the grantor retained the sole power to terminate the trust and to invade
trust principal by written direction to the trustee.
On the other hand, Saddam Hussein's unjustified decision to invade
Kuwait was an outrageous violation of international legality and the principle of self-determination.
For example, black spruce and tamarack invade
acidic bogs that starve them of nitrogen and sometimes even oxygen.
The estate argued that under regulations section 20.2041-3(b) the general power was not in existence at Ethel's death because the contingency on which the power to invade
principal depended-exhaustion of the marital fund-did not occur.