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The two countries reestablished relations in May 2000, which led to the reopening of North Korea's embassy in May 2002.
The Newark Real Estate Board appointed Anthony DiTommaso Jr., CEO of Ivy Equities, to its newly reestablished board.
For example, Donlan's team argues that there haven't been any plant extinctions in North America since the Pleistocene, which implies that the tools for a reestablished ecosystem are in place.
Varig said it reestablished domestic service Wednesday from Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo to Porto Alegre, Salvador, Recife, Fortaleza and Manaus and is continuing international flights to Buenos Aires and Frankfurt.
San Francisco International and nearby the Oakland International airports in California have reestablished their permanent marine security zones, which ban the entry, crossing, or anchoring of unauthorised vessels within 600ft (180m) seaward of airport shorelines.
Marriage was not instituted or reestablished by men but by God, the Author of nature.
In conclusion, sinus surgery can be very successful if physiologic pathways of mucociliary clearance are reestablished. The sinus surgeon should be meticulous in connecting any accessory or surgically created drainage pathways with the natural ostia.
She grew up in the trenches, has already completed a worldwide reorganization--only five times larger--and reestablished a headquarters from two locations without interrupting support to customers," said Privratsky.
The team was conducting a port construction exercise in Manakara, Madagascar, in support of recently reestablished diplomatic relations with the United States.
It reestablished a relationship with the artist, or in any case with the viewer.
The city of God was reestablished, but it was now found to be a place of sacrilege, as only the city of God could be.