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It wants finally to shake off the burden of international humanitarian law, and the potential for war crimes trials, that have overshadowed US actions in Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, and Syria - and may yet prove treacherous in dealings with Iran.
THE scenic route could prove treacherous for Mayo this season and while they may have enough quality to dispose of Derry, do not expect it to be pretty.
On the contrary, my strategy is to accumulate cyclical, high-beta, high-operating leverage companies with share buyback potential on "dips" that could admittedly prove treacherous, as August 2014 taught us.
Emerging market investing continues to prove treacherous. Strong leadership and growth policies in Mexico and South Korea result in significant appreciation in their equities, but other emerging markets fail to follow their performance.
A split trial could prove treacherous. The overlap between the warranty and negligence claims made it desirable that the claims should be heard by the same judge and at the same time.
Such conditions were to prove treacherous for full-blown racing machines but the Fiesta held its ground proving the worth of ESP and its sophisticated traction systems.
Such conditions were to prove treacherous for full-blown racing machines, but the Fiesta held its ground - proving the worth of ESP and its sophisticated traction systems.
Such conditions were to prove treacherous for full-blown racing machines, but the Fiesta held its ground proving the worth of ESP and its sophisticated traction systems.
CICC warns that "too rigid an assessment of cyclical 'cost support' can prove treacherous." Quite how treacherous the nickel market is now finding out.
Icy patches will again prove treacherous across much of the country, after freezing fog overnight in Scotland and Northern Ireland.
Or will they be punished for daring to wade into topical waters that can prove treacherous during the season of a thousand back-slaps?