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Army Superior Unit Award, 2d award, 31 October 1996, for operations in quelling a major inmate disturbance, 2 March 1996--3 March 1996.
While al-Quds highlighted quelling of al-Tur rally by Israeli police as its main front page news item, al-Ayyam and al-Hayat al-Jadida highlighted quelling of the Shujaiyah rally by Hamas police as their main front page news item.
BEIRUT: Some 300 "Ukrainian mercenaries" active in quelling separatist groups are veterans of the Syrian conflict, the ITAR-TASS news agency said Thursday.
Other medications, such as the anticonvulsant valproate, also show promise in quelling the condition's emotional ups and downs, at least in the short run.
So far it has cost more than $8 million for the firefighting effort aimed at quelling the 18,000-acre Sheep Mountain Wilderness blaze that broke out Aug.
In this environment, the spread on the benchmark global bond widened above 900 basis points, and domestic interest rates rose between 150-500 basis points, quelling the incipient recovery under way earlier in the year.
Robinson, the team added chemical subgroups that made the molecules more spherical, quelling disruptive forces.
Spear refused to discuss the guards' strategy in quelling the violence, but typically deputies fire stingball grenades that release rubber pellets into the melees.
These results represent a marked improvement from our previous surveys and should go a long way toward quelling the public's uneasiness.
While the surgery succeeded in quelling the electric storms in her head, it also drained her of the ability to perceive signs of fear and anger in others' voices, a new study finds.