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unilateral

‘one way’.
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'The speaker unilaterally, unprocedurally and illegally usurped the functions of the board, thereby purporting to take certain actions which can only emanate from the board,' Waithaka MCA Antony Karanja, who moved the motion, said.
"What more can the US do unilaterally? Not much, it seems to me," Limbert told the Tehran Times in an interview.
The Indus Water Treaty was an international treaty and India could not revoke it unilaterally, she added.
Russia will act unilaterally against those militants who violate cease-fire in Syria if Moscow does not reach agreement with the United States on a mechanism of detecting and preventing truce breaches, Russia's Foreign Ministry said Mar 21.
Israel has unilaterally imposed a no-go zone into the border with Gaza, stretching between 300 and 900 meters in some areas.
ATHENS, Greece, Rabi'II 11, 1436, Jan 31, 2015, SPA -- A day after Greece appeared on a collision course with its creditors, new radical left Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has tamped down the rhetoric by vowing to pay off debts and not act unilaterally, according to AP.
29 (SUNA)- African Union and Sudanese experts on Thursday are unanimous on the illegality of unilaterally imposed sanctions, the Sudan News Agency SUNA reporting from Addis Ababa said.
_: Iran has unilaterally ended the government-to-government cooperation agreement with Pakistan, and after this decision the much-talked-about Iran-Pakistan IP gas pipeline project has become unfeasible, source said to research analyst-PAGE.
In 2012, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) decided unilaterally to impose new continuing education and licensing requirements on tax prep companies, threatening to put little guys out of business, while protecting giants like H&R Block.
Therefore, we reasoned that investors who have positive emotions in the situation of a market with a unilaterally rising stock price would be more easily influenced by emotion than would those who have negative emotion, generating an optimistic assessment of the trend of the stock price.
NNA - Caretaker Foreign Affairs and Expatriates Minister, Adnan Mansour, said Saturday that any Israeli demarcation attempt of its maritime borders with Lebanon, unilaterally, will not oblige Lebanon with any legal commitments; and hence, will be considered as void.
The move came a little over two weeks after drawn-out negotiations were concluded to reopen the Kaesong Industrial Complex, which the North unilaterally shuttered in early April amid heightened tensions on the Korean Peninsula.