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We will strictly reject any attempt to introduce some permanent mechanism of redistributing refugees," Sobotka told reporters.
For these ills, the Gracchi offered an equally unpalatable solution: confiscating land from Rome's wealthy classes and forcibly redistributing it among the poor.
Bush's plan to withdraw troops from Europe and Asia, Schiff said he thinks redistributing troops is necessary but questioned Bush's method.
CORRECTION: For liberals, being humane is to be adept at expropriating and redistributing other people's wealth.
The first elected sheriff since 1914, Baca already is knee-deep in dramatic management changes that include pruning the top command structure and redistributing the $1.
The Smart Bed" is a pressure neutralizing bed using Flexpoint Bend Sensor(R) Technology to precisely identify areas of the body where high pressure skin contact is most vulnerable and redistributing pressure when and where needed.
Services will include receiving new procurements, redistributing orders, shipping, and handling maintenance turn-ins.
As broadband access technologies improve and compression and video networking capabilities advance, more consumers will be getting high-quality video content through a gateway and redistributing it through the home," said Wolf.
Companies redistributing the software as part of commercial products can also get the benefits of the open source software by purchasing a commercial license, which releases them from requirements to publish their source code.
Viavision will also be redistributing the CEOcast interview of September 5, 2002 on Monday, September 9, 2002.