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Its and president
Its disloyalty to the president came to the fore during the mutinies in 1996 – 1997, but ever since then it has faced internal problems.
Its president, Jake Butcher, is later convicted of fraud.
Its current president is Kirsan Ilyumzhinov.
Its head, Keidanren president Doko Toshio, insisted that government agree to take its recommendations seriously and commit itself to reforming the administrative structure and the tax system.
Its structure consisted of a council headed by a president, which would later be reflected in the structure of the League.
Its founder and president is Richard Heidmann, a space propulsion engineer, who participated in the founding convention of the Mars Society in August 1998 and is a member of the Mars Society Steering Committee.
Its members elected as their president Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr, a relative newcomer to Montgomery, who was a young and mostly unknown minister of the Dexter Avenue Baptist Church.
Its first president was Philippe Skaff, CEO of Grey Advertising.
Its current president is Archbishop Robert W. Hotes.
Its current president is the Indian linguist Probal Dasgupta.
Its founding president, who presided it from 1989 to 2001, was the Canadian Robert Steadward, who had previously founded the Canadian Sports Fund for the Physically Disabled.
Its seat is Madisonville, and it is named for James Madison, the fourth president of the United States.
Its county seat is Beaumont, and it is named for the former U. S. president, Thomas Jefferson.
Its findings were reported to the president and the National Assembly, which itself had broad powers to inspect the work of the bureaucracy under the provisions of the Constitution.
Its second president, Frances Willard, a noted feminist, made the greatest leaps for the group.
Its current president is Clive Anderson since 2003.
Its prominent citizens included Owen's sons, Indiana congressman and social reformer Robert Dale Owen, who sponsored legislation to create the Smithsonian Institution ; David Dale Owen, a noted state and federal geologist ; William Owen ; and Richard Owen, state geologist, Indiana University professor, and first president of Purdue University.
Its first president was John Bennion.
Its president and chairman is David Bossie.
Its first leader was former president of South Africa F. W. de Klerk, the winner of the Nobel Peace Prize along with Nelson Mandela, for his role in dismantling apartheid.
Its members are the AFL – CIO executive council, the chief executive officer of each member union, the president of each AFL – CIO constitutional department, and four regional representatives elected by the AFL – CIO's state federations.
Its first president was Edward Martyn.
Its headquarters moved with Blavatsky and president Henry Steel Olcott to Adyar, an area of Chennai in 1883.
Its first season Powers initially served as president, but he was soon replaced by James A. Gilmore, under whose leadership the league declared itself a major league for the 1914 season.

Its and is
Its pretense to operate in the public interest is little more than a sham.
Its ontological status is itself most tenuous because apart from individual men, who are its `` matter '', tradition, the `` form '' of society exists only as a shared perception of truth.
Its massive contours are rooted in the simple need of man, since he is always incomplete, to complete himself.
Its truth is illustrated by the skill, sensitivity, and general expertise of the English professor with whom one attends the theatre.
Its success is a tribute, above all, to Trevelyan's brilliance as a literary stylist.
Its sphere is that of royal courts, dynastic quarrels, and vaulting ambitions.
Its primary advantage is that it is a moral choice ; ;
Its elimination would result in the saving of interest costs, heavy when short-term money rates are high, and in freedom from dependence on credit which is not always available when needed most.
Its original appearance is shown in an engraving published in the `` Massachusetts Magazine '' in May 1793, which is reproduced herewith ( Fig. 1 ).
Its oil for heating is metered monthly to each home from a line that starts at a central storage point.
Its life history is much simpler than that of the truly colonial bumblebees and can serve as an example of the life cycle of many other species.
Then in 2 we show that any line involution with the properties that ( A ) It has no complex of invariant lines, and ( B ) Its singular lines form a complex consisting exclusively of the lines which meet a twisted curve, is necessarily of the type discussed in 1.
Its function is to separate from the base ruled mass, among whom private ownership prevails, the governing warrior elite.
Its scope is as broad as the question: What does it mean to live in modern society??
Its speed has increased, it operates at increasingly greater depths, its submerged endurance is becoming unlimited, and it will become even more silent.
Its rotunda forms a perfect circle whose diameter is equal to the height from the floor to the ceiling.
Its abstract decor is by John Hultberg.
Its size is determined by its function as a glycogen and fat storage unit, and may change with the seasons as these reserves are built or used up.
Its usage is mostly restricted to engravings on stone and jewelry, although inscriptions have also been found on bone and wood.
Its body is stout with an arched back and is sparsely covered with coarse hairs.
Its name is Latin for " water-carrier " or " cup-carrier ", and its symbol is 20px (), a representation of water.

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