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I have seen Nuer rebel-terrorists deceiving themselves that they will topple the government of South Sudan in a short time.
In answer to the question, "Are you going to wait for 2013 elections or try to topple this current government ?
GOOD EFFORT People gave their all in the wacky record attempt LOTS OF FUN FOR NO REWARD The attempt to topple 400 mattresses was successful, but could not be counted as a World Record
The suspects allegedly planned to create chaos that would provoke a military coup and topple Mr Erdogan, whom they accuse of eroding Turkey's secular laws.
Even though the government later dropped its amendment bid, the PAD decided to continue the protest to topple Samak's government.
They found that, on average, ground motions with a side-to-side acceleration measuring about 30 percent of that of Earth's gravity would topple the rocks.
Falling is such a serious matter that scientists at the Human Movement and Balance Laboratory at the University of Pittsburgh want to know exactly why some people are more likely to topple over than others are.
forces had joined with the Northern Alliance to topple Afghanistan's government.
After all, the famed "coalition of the willing" assembled to topple Saddam Hussein included authoritarian dictatorships such as Azerbaijan, Eritrea, and Uzbekistan as well as established democracies such as the United Kingdom and Australia.
Brazil should topple Mexico's title as the economic heavyweight of Latin America this year, according to LATIN TRADE'S consensus forecast.
The hurricanes' wind heaved root systems from the ground, causing pecan trees to topple over," says Tim Brenneman, a plant scientist at the University of Georgia.
They're enough to compensate for the predictable coming-of-age and to terms with Judson sagas and the self-indulgences that, inevitably, threaten to topple anthologies of this sort.