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If a nation wished to get a head start in physical fitness over all other nations, it would start its kindergarten students on a program of gymnastics the day they entered and thus eliminate a large number of the problems that plague American schools.
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If a nation continues on this path without resistance, Gini claimed the nation would enter a final decadent stage where the nation would degenerate as noted by decreasing birth rate, decreasing cultural output, and the lack of imperial conquest.
"(...) If Russia is tending to become a capitalist nation after the example of the Western European countries, and during the last years she has been taking a lot of trouble in this direction-she will not succeed without having first transformed a good part of her peasants into proletarians ; and after that, once taken to the bosom of the capitalist regime, she will experience its pitiless laws like other profane peoples.
If the nation state begins to disappear, it may well be the direct or indirect result of globalization and internationalism.
If the latter option were to win, a separate referendum would be held where Puerto Ricans would have been given the option of being admitted as a US State " on equal footing with the other states ", or becoming a " sovereign nation, either fully independent from or in free association with the United States.
If he swore to cease hostilities against the nation who held him captive, he could be repatriated or exchanged but could not serve against his former captors in a military capacity.
If counted as a single nation state, the Visegrad Group is the seventh largest economy in Europe and the 15th in the world.
If the home nation's military will not cooperate, or if filming in the home nation is too expensive, another country's may assist.
If ranked today, the United Arab Republic would be the 25th largest nation on the planet ( Egypt is 30th and Syria is 88th ).
If the people of this nation wish to deprive the states of their sovereign rights to determine what is a fair and just tax upon corporations doing a purely local business within their own state boundaries, there is a way provided by the Constitution to accomplish this purpose.
If Gamal Abdel Nasser should die, each of you shall be Gamal Abdel Nasser ... Gamal Abdel Nasser is of you and from you and he is willing to sacrifice his life for the nation.
If new forms of production are not found in time, the nation will go bankrupt, and internal political pressures will lead to debt default, extreme tariffs, or worse.
In the early 1930s, US President Franklin D. Roosevelt sent this message to the World Disarmament Conference: " If all nations will agree wholly to eliminate from possession and use the weapons which make possible a successful attack, defences automatically will become impregnable and the frontiers and independence of every nation will become secure.
As Calvino concludes the alleged, fictional encyclopedia entry concerning Cimmeria: " In successive territorial divisions between her powerful neighbors the young nation was soon erased from the map ; the autochthonous population was dispersed ; Cimmerian language and culture had no development " ( If on a winter's night a traveller, pp. 44 – 45 ).
" If ( she ) had reacted differently, that would have been suspect " and Hearst was " a rare phenomenon ( in a first world nation )... the first and as far as I know the only victim of a political kidnapping in the United States " were direct quotes from Hearst's autobiography attributed to the doctor.
If we are going to appeal to force, if force is to be the arbiter to which we appeal, it would at least make common sense to try to make sure beforehand that we have got it, even if you accept that abysmal logic, that decadent point of view. We are in fact in the position today of having appealed to force in the case of a small nation, where if it is appealed to against us it will result in the destruction of Great Britain, not only as a nation, but as an island containing living men and women.
If a capitalist country refuses to be paid for their bought goods in this way, it is likely that a parecon nation would use money for international trading, but keep its unique credit currency for internal purposes.
Dulles wrote, " If we, as a professedly Christian nation, feel morally free to use atomic energy in that way, men elsewhere will accept that verdict.
" If activists were to achieve their goal of raising work standards, it is likely that the corporation would no longer have a profit incentive to invest in that nation.
If there are no more Jews in Europe, nothing will hold the unification of the European nations ... this sort of people cannot be integrated in the social order or into an organized nation.
If the interest and capital requirements are too large, a nation may default on its debts, usually to foreign creditors.
If someone is ( or is suspected to be ) a citizen or soldier of a nation which has signed or abides by the Fourth Geneva Convention ( see Art.
If and wished
If William wished to continue operations for a year, why not simply leave the Negroes undisturbed and pay them `` as high wages to remain there as are ever paid the labor of persons of their sex & age.
If the author wished, he could apply for a second 14 ‑ year monopoly grant, but after that the work entered the public domain, so it could be used and built upon by others.
If the subject still wished to stop after all four successive verbal prods, the experiment was halted.
If, for instance the British Prime Minister wished to dissolve parliament in order for a general election to take place, the Prime Minister is constitutionally bound to request permission from the sovereign in order to attain such a wish.
If the ancients wished to refer to the country more directly, instead of Lacedaemon, they could use a back-formation from the adjective: Lacedaemonian country.
If he wished to make war, let him look to Outremer ; and to this end, Gregory endorsed the sale to Charles of the claims of Maria of Antioch on the Kingdom of Jerusalem, which had been rejected by the Haute Cour there.
Robert Livingston of New York, stressing the importance of removing the Stamp Act from the public debate, wrote to his colony's agent in England, " If I really wished to see America in a state of independence I should desire as one of the most effectual means to that end that the stamp act should be enforced.
If the Unionists wished to win the ensuing election they would have to show that they were willing to compromise.
If they found St. Moritz attractive in winter, he would invite them to stay as his guests for as long as they wished.
Yet in Du " Cubisme " Jean Metzinger and Albert Gleizes articulate: " If we wished to relate the space of the painters to geometry, we should have to refer it to the non-Euclidian mathematicians ; we should have to study, at some length, certain of Riemann's theorems.
" If a voter wished to vote, for example, Hutchins 1 and Heffernan 2, they would need to vote " below the line " by numbering each of the 69 candidates.
If the applicant or developer wished to proceed with a development without compliance with a condition, or perhaps with the condition in an alternative form, then an application can be made to " vary " the condition concerned – possibly by deleting it or offering an alternative form of words.
One such woman was Marcella of Rome ( ca. 335-410, a widow who became a monacha, after she rejected the proposal of a Roman consul, saying: " If I had wished to marry and not to commit myself to eternal purity, I would search for a husband, not heritage.
If a Chinese monk wished to travel to India and seeks the ( Buddha's ) teachings, it will be better for them to stay here first for a year or two, to deepening their knowledge before continued their study to India.
If a rich Roman wished to gain the favour of the people, he might arrange for a free admission day in his name.
If Heaven had wished to let this cause of truth perish, then I, a future mortal, should not have got such a relation to that cause.
If the user wished a file to be publicly available, he could send the identifier to a " content tracker " service.
If a user wished to connect two teleprinters directly without modems ( null modem ) then they would crosslink the connections.
In Du " Cubisme " Gleizes and Metzinger wrote: " If we wished to relate the space of the painters to geometry, we should have to refer it to the non-Euclidian mathematicians ; we should have to study, at some length, certain of Riemann's theorems.
Mustafa Kamil Pasha | Mustafa Kamil, a Nationalist Leader Famous for coining the phrase, " If I had not been an Egyptian, I would have wished to become one ", 1874 − 1908.
He was famous for coining the popular expression, " If I had not been an Egyptian, I would have wished to become one.