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For geopolitical purposes, the Sinai Peninsula of Egypt – east of the Suez Canal – is often considered part of Africa.
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For and geopolitical
For a time, geopolitical events and natural disasters indirectly related to the global oil market had strong short-term effects on oil prices.
For these geopolitical reasons, Gwangyang is a city which functions as an axis for the balanced development of country concerning South Jeolla area with western parts of Mokpo and Muan.
For the House of Hohenzollern, Wehlau-Bromberg was a " major geopolitical gain and surge in wealth and prestige ", while Poland had " substantially benefited " from Brandenburgian support during the war.
A bailout could be done for mere profit, as when a predatory investor resurrects a floundering company by buying its shares at fire-sale prices ; for social improvement, as when, hypothetically speaking, a wealthy philanthropist reinvents an unprofitable fast food company into a non-profit food distribution network ; or the bailout of a company might be seen as a necessity in order to prevent greater, socioeconomic failures: For example, the US government assumes transportation to be the backbone of America's general economic fluency, which maintains the nation's geopolitical power.
The Manchurian Candidate ( 2004 ): For a means of mind control, the presidential hopeful Raymond Shaw unknowingly has a chip implanted in his head by Manchurian Global, a fictional geopolitical organization aimed at making parts of the government sleeper cells, or puppets for their monetary advancement.
For and purposes
For purposes of this explanation, this percentage is referred to as the State's `` unadjusted Federal share ''.
For purposes of sample selection only ( individual tests were given later ) we obtained group test scores of reading achievement and intelligence from school records of the entire third-grade population in each school system.
For expository purposes, this is best treated as a model which spells out the conditions under which an important industry affected with the public interest would find it profitable to raise wages even in the absence of union pressures for higher wages.
For the purposes of this discussion, the problem of relative prices is encompassed in these two variables, since GNP includes other prices.
For our present purposes we assume that the sole subject of bargaining is the basic wage rate ( not including productivity improvement factors or cost-of-living adjustments ), and it is this basic wage rate which determines the level of costs.
'' For present purposes it may be assumed that this charge so narrowly limited speech as to violate the federal Constitution.
For all practical purposes, the West stands disunited, undedicated, and unprepared for the tasks of world leadership.
For their purposes, oxygen and other gases were not drawn from the surrounding atmosphere through the medium of lungs but sustained artificially by solution in their shells.
For the purposes of the treaty system, Antarctica is defined as all of the land and ice shelves south of 60 ° S latitude.
For socket numbers, a few well-known numbers were reserved for special purposes specific to the AppleTalk protocol itself.
For example, letters 1, 5, and 8 contain a discussion on the question, whether the use of a piece of metal with the figure of a lion, as a talisman, is permitted by Jewish law for medicinal purposes, or is prohibited as idolatrous.
For administrative purposes the archipelago constitutes the comune of Favignana in the Province of Trapani.
For comparison purposes that is approximately the same size as Aylesbury, Carlisle, Guildford or Scunthorpe urban areas.
For purposes of scoring and reference, each player is identified by one of the points of the compass and thus North and South play against East and West.
For calendric purposes, Bede made a new calculation of the age of the world since the creation, which he dated as 3952 BC.
For most purposes, most jurisdictions, including the U. S. federal system and most states, have merged the two courts.
For purposes of international communication and trade, the official names of the chemical elements both ancient and more recently recognized are decided by the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry ( IUPAC ), which has decided on a sort of international English language, drawing on traditional English names even when an element's chemical symbol is based on a Latin or other traditional word, for example adopting " gold " rather than " aurum " as the name for the 79th element ( Au ).
For international banks, including the 55 member central banks of the Bank for International Settlements, the threshold is 8 % ( see the Basel Capital Accords ) of risk-adjusted assets, whereby certain assets ( such as government bonds ) are considered to have lower risk and are either partially or fully excluded from total assets for the purposes of calculating capital adequacy.
For and Sinai
For example, research done at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine studied two patient groups facing breast cancer surgery.
For instance, Orthodox Judaism holds that the Torah was received from God on biblical Mount Sinai, and Muslims consider the Qur ' an to have been revealed word by word and letter by letter.
For the Sinai Group, their main office was located in Cairo ( in 1993 it was moved to Ismailia, closer to the OPs ).
For instance, in 1979, Likud Prime Minister, Menachem Begin, signed the Camp David Accords with Egyptian President Anwar al-Sadat, which returned the Sinai Peninsula ( occupied by Israel in the Six-Day War of 1967 ) to Egypt in return for peace between the two countries.
For Paul, in Romans chapter 2, the " natural law " is contrasted with the Mosaic Law posited on Mount Sinai in that the Jewish Nation possessed the latter while the Gentile Nations lacked the Law of Moses but possessed the former in virtue of knowing ( some of its central commandments ) and obeying it ( partially ) " by nature.
For forty-two years ( 1880 – 1923 ), Hirsch served as the rabbi of Chicago Sinai Congregation, one of the oldest synagogues in the midwest.
/ For this schalet is the very-/ Food of heaven, which, on Sinai, / God Himself instructed Moses in the secret of preparing ... ( trans.
He is currently the president of the Board of Directors for The Centre For Literacy of Quebec ; the Nationsl Vice-President of the Canadian Friends of Haifa University ; Chair Board of Directors Old Port of Montreal Corporation ; member Board of Directors Mount Sinai Hospital and member of the Board of Directors Canada-India Business Council.
For transitive Anosov diffeomorphism there exists a unique SRB measure ( stand for Sinai, Ruelle and Bowen ) supported on such that its basin is of full volume, where
For example, Mount Sinai School of Medicine has created a program specifically for non-science majors.
For the rest of the 1918, the British had to move troops to the Sinai and Palestine Campaign in support of the Battle of Megiddo.