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For a long time no plan occurred to the two plotters that seemed in the least likely to meet with success, but at length the expected birth of an heir gave them the chance for which they had been hoping.
Speaking about the importance of sharing intelligence on the topic, Turetsky said, If information about a threat is shared rapidly and widely, the threat is less likely to meet with success over and over again, reducing the overall negative impact and the number of entities harmed, and raising the cost to the bad guys since they cant use the same tool over and over successfully.
However, detractors of the deal believe that the agency will not meet with success if allowed to offer banking because banks are moving on from offering brick and mortar services to digital models.
AMMAN, July 9 (KUNA) -- Visiting Yemeni Vice President Khaled Bahah expressed hope on Thursday that the mission of UN envoy to Yemen Ismail Weld Al-Sheikh would meet with success in seeking a solution for the crisis in that country.
Organisation (ISRO) is the first to meet with success on the first attempt.
Four companies - Nokia, Vodafone, Mercedes Benz and a leading bank believed to be HSBC - have made it clear they would throw money at Capello to endorse their products if England meet with success in South Africa, Even supermarket giants Sainsbury's have jumped on the bandwagon.
Alan Moses, chairman of the chamber, said: "If it is to meet with success we need help and support from businesses.
Let us hope that for all our sakes his efforts meet with success
As Garry Augustine assumes his new duties and responsibilities, we know that lie will continue to meet with success in his chosen career as an advocate for disabled veterans and their families," said National Service Director Randy Reese.
House Majority Leader Dick Armey predicted that the amendment will meet with success this time.
The later Republic witnessed an alarming incidence among the upper class of failure to marry, adultery, and childlessness, and when Augustus twice addressed the crisis with social legislation, most agree that he did not meet with success.
Thus, solutions that integrate preoperative, operative and postoperative information as well as provide easy and timely access are most likely to meet with success.