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Gen. Taylor will report to President Kennedy in a few days on the results of his visit to South Viet Nam and, judging from some of his remarks to reporters in the Far East, he is likely to urge a more efficient mobilization of Vietnamese military, economic, political and other resources.
Far from creating fear, as the speaker suggests, preparedness -- knowing what to do in an emergency -- gives people confidence.
I have just returned from a seven-week trip to Europe and the Far East.
Far from being irrelevant to the ecumenical task, the Pontiff believes that a revivified Church is required in order that the whole world may see Catholicism in the best possible light.
Far from discouraging Henri, his parents urge him on to greater and greater accomplishments.
The trends have been in evidence for many years -- population shifts to the Southwest and Far West, and from city to suburbs.
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Each time his objective had been the same -- a direct water passage from Western Europe to the Far East.
In Tabriz, André de Longjumeau met with a monk from the Far East, named Simeon Rabban Ata, who had been put in charge by the Khan of protecting the Christians in the Middle-East.
Far from standing on the defensive therefore – and unbeknown to Marlborough – Louis XIV was persistently goading his marshal into action.
Far from his grave being kept clean, it was unmarked until 1967, when a Texas Historical Marker was erected in the general area of his plot, the precise location being unknown.
At that time, Sloane's collection consisted of around 71, 000 objects of all kinds including some 40, 000 printed books, 7, 000 manuscripts, extensive natural history specimens including 337 volumes of dried plants, prints and drawings including those by Albrecht Dürer and antiquities from Egypt, Greece, Rome, the Ancient Near and Far East and the Americas.
* " Balance ", a song by Axium from The Story Thus Far
Far from trying to build a systematic or formalist theory, he wanted his disciples to master and internalize the old classics, so that their deep thought and thorough study would allow them to relate the moral problems of the present to past political events ( as recorded in the Annals ) or the past expressions of commoners ' feelings and noblemen's reflections ( as in the poems of the Book of Odes ).
* Haefele, John D. " Far from Time: Clark Ashton Smith, August Derleth, and Arkham House.
Far from rewarding his loyalty, they participated in the effort to convict him by depriving him of the money and information which might have provided him with some legal defence.
He incorporated the knowledge of Africa, the Indian Ocean and the Far East, gathered by Arab merchants and explorers with the information inherited from the classical geographers to create the most accurate map of the world up until his time.
Then followed the vast clipper trade of tea, opium, spices and other goods from the Far East to Europe, and the ships became known as " tea clippers ".
Far from resolving conflicts of interest, claimed Baier, ethical egoism all too often spawns them.
Far from being purely academic, the study of epistemology is useful for a great many applications.
" Book Of Days " was featured prominently in the movie Far and Away, with an English-lyric version created for the film then replacing the old Irish language version on all pressings of the Shepherd Moons album from 1993 onwards.
In 2000 Warner Music released Enya: The Video Collection on DVD in Europe, South Africa and Asia, collecting all her videos from " Orinoco Flow " up to and including " Wild Child ", except for the video from " Book of Days ", which was replaced by a live TV performance due to licensing complications relating to the video's use of footage from the film Far and Away.
The Yupik comprises speakers of four distinct Yupik languages originated from the western Alaska, in South Central Alaska along the Gulf of Alaska coast, and the Russian Far East.

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This may even lead to an institutional variability, as in North Korea, where, after the presidency of party leader Kim Il-Sung, the office was vacant for years, the late president being granted the posthumous title ( akin to some ancient Far Eastern traditions to give posthumous names and titles to royalty ) of " Eternal President " ( while all substantive power, as party leader, itself not formally created for four years, was inherited by his son Kim Jong Il, initially without any formal office ) until it was formally replaced on 5 September 1998, for ceremonial purposes, by the office of Chairman of the Presidium of the Supreme People's Assembly, while the party leader's post as Chairman of the National Defense Commission was simultaneously declared " the highest post of the state ", not unlike Deng Xiaoping earlier in the People's Republic of China.
Far from being a long-forgotten obscurity, ' Forever Changes ' is regarded as a masterpiece ..." He added that "' Forever Changes ' is an astonishingly rigorous work.
Far from being the aged King Duncan of Shakespeare's play, the real King Duncan was a young man in 1034, and even at his death in 1040 his youthfulness is remarked upon.
Far from being a mere " stop gap " pope, to great excitement, John called an ecumenical council fewer than ninety years after the First Vatican Council ( Vatican I's predecessor, the Council of Trent, had been held in the 16th century ).
Far from being a saint, then, he was at best a fool, perhaps an anti-Semite and probably a coward.
Far from becoming a medium of extended democracy, parliament became by law an exclusively Fascist-picked body in 1929 ; being replaced by the “ chamber of corporations ” a decade later.
Unlike Vladivostok, the city has never been closed to foreigners, despite it being the headquarters of the Far East Military District, and retains its historically international flavour.
Far from being granted independence, Tashkent became the capital of the new territory of Russian Turkistan, with Kaufman as first Governor-General.
Koryaks ( or Koriak ) are an indigenous people of Kamchatka Krai in the Russian Far East, who inhabit the coastlands of the Bering Sea to the south of the Anadyr basin and the country to the immediate north of the Kamchatka Peninsula, the southernmost limit of their range being Tigilsk.
With the recent banning of tobacco sponsorship, and the significant commercial budgets available to the gaming industry, sponsorship by car manufacturers, alcoholic drinks, soft drinks and fast-food marketers is being rapidly replaced by sponsorship by gaming companies in the Far East and Europe.
Men of Far Harad are also described as being black skinned.
Far more subgenera would seem to warrant recognition, with Leptostemonum being the only one that can at present be clearly subdivided into sections.
Far from being afraid of them, they were rather afraid of us.
Thanks to the recorded observations of Far Eastern and Middle Eastern astronomers of 1054, Crab Nebula became the first astronomical object recognized as being connected to a supernova explosion.
By the 14th century the castle was purchasing goods from across western Europe, with wine being imported from France, venison from parks as far away as Northamptonshire and spices from the Far East through London-based merchants.
Far from being an architectural showpiece, however, the chapel remains a place of living worship, where the offices are chanted and the mass offered every day ; either quietly in the stillness of an early weekday morning or with music and full ceremonial on Sunday.
Far from being simple transcriptions of birdsong, these works are sophisticated tone poems evoking both place and atmosphere.
Various compilations of the band ’ s configurations have arrived over the years, the box set being the most comprehensive, and So Far being the most commercially successful.
Far from being idealized, the characters were shown as bigoted and flawed.
Far from being a simple combination of initials, the full type creates a rich interwoven system of perceiving and judging that explains much of the similarity and difference among the types.

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