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He added: "We will leave no stone unturned in our determination to do this.
Appreciating its role in the war against terror, Sundburge said that Pakistan is fighting this war for world peace and the Swedish government would leave no stone unturned to help it in this regard.
In its international diplomatic campaign, Israel's Foreign Ministry is leaving no stone unturned, seeking a solution to UNHRC's war crimes charges and warning that any action on Goldstone's report would destroy chances of resuming peace talks with the Palestinians.
99 THERE are fewer and fewer sporting stones left unturned on consoles.
DETECTIVES have pledged to leave no stone unturned in their inquiry into the death of a severely disabled man whose remains were found in a suitcase at his family home.
Kate's aunt Janet Kennedy said their family motto of leaving no stone unturned had changed to one of never giving up hope.
Author Barney Hoskyns, who has written extensively on the Southern California Rock scene of the '70's and early-'80's, leaves no stone unturned as he delves into the meanings behind the songs, how they were recorded and also the mysterious symbols that make up the title of the album.
Hadden said: "Their appointment will ensure we leave no stone unturned in our World Cup plans.
He said Tuesday that he and his staff are studying all options ``so that no stone is unturned.
real estate market--Expectations & Market Realities in Real Estate: 2007--No Stone Unturned, The Global Search for Real Estate Alpha.
Author Alexander is president of a consulting firm focused on improving shareholder value, and he doesn't leave many stones unturned.
From Johann Friedrich Blumenbach, King George's court physician who subdivided humanity into five unequal categories during the Declaration of Independence era, to early twentieth-century birth control advocate Margaret Sanger's view of birth control as a means to curb the procreation of "socially degenerate" populations "unfit" for democracy, to the 2005 president of Harvard University's claim that "issues of intrinsic aptitude" explain the under representation of women in the sciences and mathematics, Typecasting leaves no stone unturned from ancient taxonomies of human difference to modern-day battlegrounds of ideas.