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Effectively, New START only mandates cuts on us, and we make concessions to the Russians for the privilege.
The United States Senate agreed to the New START Treaty before leaving for
New START sets limits on nuclear warheads and delivery vehicles that are well below those imposed by the 1991 START treaty.
Moreover, New START is a necessary stepping-stone to future negotiations with Russia about reductions in tactical nuclear arsenals, and a prerequisite for the successful revival of the Treaty on Conventional Forces in Europe (CFE).
New START builds on a legacy of strategic nuclear arms limitation that goes back to the 1970s.
A new start is what slugger Frank Thomas is now seeking after his divorce with the Toronto Blue Jays, the same club he drove in 95 runs for just one season ago.
Explaining why the Knavesmire, which stages races up to 2m6f, has come up short compared to Doncaster where the Ladbrokes-sponsored St Leger is concerned, York managing director William Derby said: "We have created new starts for both the Portland Handicap and the Doncaster Cup, but the slight undulations of the ground in the area mean the Ebor start is where our one-mile-six-furlong races are run from.
Haley seeks a new start and a job; but she soon finds new best friends and even romance, threatened only by flashes of the past.
Jeff's parents are eager to believe Troy is reformed and deserves a new start, but Jeff has a strong suspicion that Troy is still pure evil.
The Department of Defense has selected 18 new start projects to receive fiscal 2005 funding under the Foreign Comparative Testing (FCT) program.
95): it offers the basics of mastering XP Pro's basic programs from menus and locating lost files to using the new Start menu design.