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According to the Economist magazine, the military, are major powerbrokers along with " a select group " of unelected civilians.
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* According to The Economist, however, IKEA's charitable giving is meager, " barely a rounding error in the foundation's assets.
* According to the Economist, a railway line is to be built through Imphal in India to Moreh near the Burmese border.
According to the Economist Intelligence Unit in 2008, Uruguay scored an 8. 08 in the Democracy Index and ranked 23rd amongst the 30 countries considered to be Full Democracies in the world.
According to a survey of world cities by the Intelligence Unit of The Economist, Port Moresby is one of the world's least livable cities ( ranked 139 of 140 cities rated ).
According to The Economist, Iran was ranked 39th in a list of industrialized nations, producing $ 23 billion of industrial products in 2008.
According to an article published in The Economist, the work of Cavalli-Sforza " challenges the assumption that there are significant genetic differences between human races, and indeed, the idea that ' race ' has any useful biological meaning at all ".
According to The Economist, one of the best studies to understand TRIA has been the one undertaken in 2005 by the Center for Risk Management at the Wharton Business School (" TRIA and Beyond "; available on their website below ).
According to a 2012 Economist article, a group of ten anonymous Tzotzil people claiming to be survivors of the Acteal Massacre have taken an opportunity to sue former President Zedillo in a civil court in Connecticut, " seeking about $ 50 million and a declaration of guilt against Mr Zedillo.
" According to The Economist: " Mr Morris also said, in an interview that stunned his supporters, that Israel was justified in uprooting the Palestinian ' fifth column ' once the Arabs had attacked the infant state, and that the number executed or massacred — some 800, on his reckoning — was ' peanuts ' compared with, say, the massacres in Bosnia in the 1990s.
According to an article by the Economist, dated 19 August 1999, not long after Daewoo's insolvency, " Its failure was a long time coming.
According to The Economist: Veterans would be allowed to settle only if they met one or more conditions based on length of service, gallantry or related illness.
According to The Economist, the Ley Federal de Radio y Televisión " raced through Congress confirming the country's longstanding television duopoly " and constituted a " giveaway of radio spectrum and a provision that allows broadcasting licenses to be renewed more or less automatically ".
According to the Economist Intelligence Unit, " Portugal became the first country to breach the EU's ' excessive deficit ' rule with a budget deficit of 4. 4 % of GDP in 2001, well above the 3 % of GDP ceiling set by the EU's Stability and Growth Pact.
According to the Economist magazine, the demonstrations " took a more violent turn on 13 July, when some of the students, deeply dissatisfied with the official response, tried to storm the Ministry of the Interior, the perceived seat of their troubles.
According to The Economist magazine, Supreme leader Khamenei ordered the judiciary to review Aghajari's death sentence, but " hardliners in the judiciary at first ignored " his order " then assigned their least lenient judges to the review.
According to The Economist, Golis offers one of the cheapest international calling rates on the planet, at $ 0. 2 USD less than anywhere else in the world.
According to The Economist many people find the term outdated, but no new term has yet to gain much traction.
According to the " Democracy Index " ( published by the Economist, a British journal ), the country in the Middle East with the highest Democracy Index score is Israel, with a score of 7. 53, corresponding to the status of " flawed democracy "; the only one in the region.
According to a study by the Economist Intelligence Unit, 167 countries were classified according to five broad concepts: free and fair election process, civil liberties, functioning of government, political participation and political culture.
According to the international weekly newsmagazine The Economist, the reform of the government with its new policies has ended the cronyism and corruption that that led to major deficits under the previous regime.
According to a 2004 article in the The Economist, Cornwell's historical work has not always been " fair-minded " and Hitler's Pope specifically " lacked balance ".
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According to Time magazine, one of the witnesses, Angela Wright, may not have been considered credible on the issue of sexual harassment because she had been fired from the EEOC by Thomas.
According to a report in Nature magazine, ( November, 2009 ) the first year-by-year accounting of this mechanism during the industrial era, and the first time scientists have actually measured it, suggests " the oceans are struggling to keep up with rising emissions — a finding with potentially wide implications for future climate.
According to a survey conducted by The Scientist magazine, Dal was named the best non-commercial scientific institute in which to work in Canada.
According to Moodysson, the problem with the original title started when the film was Sweden's candidate for the Academy Awards, though it was eventually not chosen as a nominee: the Hollywood industry magazine Variety refused to run an advertisement for a film with that title, and thus American distributor Strand Releasing asked for a new title to be chosen.
* Category 4: Civil firearms ; According to French law, a civil firearm is a semi automatic long gun with more of 2 rounds in magazine which don't use a military gauge, or a handgun ( pistol or revolver, including all magazine capacities ) which doesn't have a gauge used by the army.
According to a 1938 Times magazine article, this was one of the first times that commercial use of hydroponics was used on such a large scale to feed people.
According to sportswriter Ed Fitzgerald in SPORT magazine, "< nowiki ></ nowiki > omen wept unashamed and the entire courtroom burst into spontaneous, prolonged applause.
According to a 1907 magazine article about Landis, " Corporations smiled pleasantly at the thought of a corporation lawyer being on the bench.
According to a 2007 article in Commentary magazine, his " parents were moderately observant, but Friedman, after an intense burst of childhood piety, rejected religion altogether.
According to Los Angeles magazine, " Brando was rock and roll before anybody knew what rock and roll was ".
According to Mad writer Frank Jacobs, a letter was once successfully delivered to the magazine through the U. S. mail bearing only Neuman's face, without any address or other identifying information.
According to various etymologies, the earliest publication of the term picture element itself was in Wireless World magazine in 1927, though it had been used earlier in various U. S. patents filed as early as 1911.
According to a 1995 Premiere magazine article, actor Denzel Washington also confronted Tarantino on his usage of racial slurs in his pictures, but mentioned that Tarantino was a " fine artist.
Time magazine in 1983 published reports of human rights violations in an article which stated that " According to Nicaragua's Permanent Commission on Human Rights, the regime detains several hundred people a month ; about half of them are eventually released, but the rest simply disappear.
According to a survey by Forbes magazine, Istanbul, Turkey's financial capital, had a total of 28 billionaires as of March 2010 ( down from 34 in 2008 ), ranking 4th in the world behind New York City ( 60 billionaires ), Moscow ( 50 billionaires ), and London ( 32 billionaires ).
According to the September 2010 issue of National Geographic magazine, Tutankhamun was the result of an incestuous relationship and, because of that, may have suffered from several genetic defects that contributed to his early death.
According to Time magazine, on 21 November 2003, Franks said that in the event of another terrorist attack, American constitutional liberties might be discarded by popular demand in favor of a military state.
According to Forbes magazine, 90 % of billionaires with MBAs who derived their fortunes from finance obtained their master's degree from one of three schools: Harvard Business School, Columbia Business School, or The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.
According to her obituary in Jet magazine, she was " omesick for Washington " and returned ( she died in 1967 ).