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At his press conference Mr. Kennedy said, `` All we want in Laos is peace not war a truly neutral government not a cold war pawn ''.
At least once, in the midst of his reign at MGM, he was arrested on vice charges, but studio executives managed to get the charges dropped and all records of it expunged, and the incident never was publicized by the press.
At a press conference held later the same day, Hermann Göring was asked by foreign correspondents to respond to a hot rumour that General von Schleicher had been murdered in his home.
At the end of 1935, however, stressing the need for peace and internal order, Carías began to crack down on the opposition press and political activities.
At a press conference, Jamaican Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller announced that a Joint Jamaica / Haiti Commission would be convened later that year.
At the same time, the press was also printing other, more lucrative texts ( possibly Latin grammars ).
* 1962 – Project Apollo: At a press conference, NASA announces Lunar Orbit Rendezvous as the means to land astronauts on the Moon, and return them to Earth.
At this press conference, Weaver elaborated that different people had taken different liberties with the Jaguars ' image over the years, singling out the ' All Black ' look which the team wore for every prime-time home game from 2003 to 2007 as a point of regret.
At first release, Nixon in China received mostly mixed if not negative press feedback.
At the post-World Series press conference, Reds manager Sparky Anderson was asked by a journalist to compare Munson with his catcher, Johnny Bench.
At first he wrote leaflets for an underground printing press in Kiev, but soon moved to the capital, Saint Petersburg, where he worked with both Bolsheviks, such as Central Committee member Leonid Krasin, and the local Menshevik committee, which he pushed in a more radical direction.
At the time, an Ashton-Tate press release called the acquisition " the largest ever in the microcomputer software industry ".
At a press conference in November 2008, Nicaraguan Foreign Minister Samuel Santos Lopez said, " Certainly, we think that the decision recognize independent Abkhazia and South Ossetia was fair and appropriate.
At a press conference in November 2008, Nicaraguan Foreign Minister Samuel Santos Lopez said, " Certainly, we think that the decision recognize independent Abkhazia and South Ossetia was fair and appropriate.
At a press conference following the Giants ' loss to Detroit, Fassel guaranteed that " his team is going to the playoffs ".
Nevertheless, as if to thumb their nose at Allenby the British press continued to celebrate his victory over the Ottoman Empire by printing cartoons of Richard the Lionheart looking down on Jerusalem from the heavens with the caption reading " At last my dream has come true.
Burton also commented that he was anxious about his role, because he feared that ST: TNG was going to flop: " At the beginning, you know, there was a lot of conversation in the press at what a bad idea this was I thought that since Gene was involved we had a real good shot of making a good show that would carry on in that tradition of Star Trek.
At the same time, with the failure to renew the Licensing Act, a political press developed.
* 3: 30 p. m. EDT: At a White House press briefing, Health and Human Services Secretary Tommy Thompson states that a 63-year-old Lantana, Florida resident was admitted to a hospital on Tuesday with non-contagious pulmonary anthrax.
At one time, there were press junkets, sponsored by the oil company Roxxon.
At the Utah press conference announcing that the NLP had qualified for the ballot, only a single reporter attended.
At the next Olympic Games, in Paris, France, in 1924, the ' two hands ' press and the ' two hands ' snatch were added to the programme, making a total of five lifts.
At the conceptual level, van Gennep pointed out Durkheim ’ s tendency to press ethnography into a prefabricated theoretical scheme.
At the press conference for its publication, Powell said if the government introduced a Bill to reform the Lords.
At that meeting, the Contact Group released a press statement that reaffirmed its desire to work towards a negotiated settlement in the course of 2006 and also endorsed Ahtisaari's plans to develop a comprehensive proposal for a status settlement.

At and conference
At the same time, another purpose of the conference will be to get certain low-wage countries to control textile exports -- especially dumping of specific products -- to high-wage textile-producing countries.
* 1852 – At a general conference of the The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Brigham Young explains the Adam – God doctrine, an important part of the theology of Mormon fundamentalism.
* 1920 – At the San Remo conference, the principal Allied Powers of World War I adopt a resolution to determine the allocation of Class " A " League of Nations mandates for administration of the former Ottoman-ruled lands of the Middle East.
At conference it was decided that Eugene would return with 28, 000 men to the Lines of Stollhofen on the Rhine to keep an eye on Villeroi and Tallard, and prevent them going to the aid of the Franco-Bavarian army on the Danube.
At a news conference following the letter's release, Bush said, " I make no excuses.
At the fourth conference, held in Lagos, Nigeria, in August 1979, the Lagos Accord was signed.
At the Labour Party conference at Southport in 1934, Attlee declared that " We have absolutely abandoned any idea of nationalist loyalty.
At its 1982 conference, the Labour Party adopted a policy of unilateral nuclear disarmament.
At the 19th Conference, the first party conference held since 1941, several delegates asked for the introduction of term limits, and an end to appointments of officials, and to introduce multi-candidate elections within the party.
At age 20, following his 1922 trip to Peking, China, for an international Christian conference, he started to doubt his religious convictions.
At the 2012 meeting in Vancouver, Canada, the American Association for the Advancement of Science ( the world's biggest science conference ), support was reiterated for a cetacean bill of rights, listing cetaceans as " non-human persons ".
At the end of the conference, the church " by a unanimous vote " agreed to accept the compilation as " the doctrine and covenants of their faith " and to make arrangements for its printing.
At the 1971 conference, Kameny grabbed the microphone and yelled, " Psychiatry is the enemy incarnate.
At a regional conference in July 2009, officials expressed increased concerns that water levels are dropping.
At a conference with them Sir William MacNaghten was killed, but in spite of this, the sirdars ' demands were agreed to by the British and they withdrew.
At one such conference, celebrating the 300th anniversary of George Berkeley ’ s birth, Mr. Pappas propounded a new approach to the relationship between Berkeley ’ s anti-abstractionism and " esse est percipi " principle.
At the conference Peano met Bertrand Russell and gave him a copy of Formulario.
At the conference, the five countries signed the General Treaty of Peace and Amity of 1907, which established the Central American Court of Justice to resolve future disputes among the five nations.
At the conclusion of the regular Big Ten season, a tournament is held to determine the conference winner, who receives the conference's automatic bid to the NCAA tournament.
At the beginning of the conference, Stalin repeated previous promises to Churchill that he would refrain from a " Sovietization " of Eastern Europe.
At this conference, she stated that she believes that the education system in the United States needs to be improved, as there is a link between the quality of education and the crime rate.

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