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The country closed its military bases in Bangui and Bouar in 1997 as a part of its new Africa policy and relations with C. A. R.
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Ultimately Fosdick's `` Fit to fight '' slogan swept across the country and every well-known red-light district in the United States was closed, a hundred and ten of them.
In addition, the border with Turkey is closed, making access to sea ports difficult and transportation logistics challenging to a country largely dependent upon imports.
In France, film production and exhibition closed down as its personnel became part of the general military mobilization of the country at the beginning of the war.
There is a campaign to bring some closed lines back into service, in particular the Limerick-Sligo line ( the Western Railway Corridor ), to facilitate economic regeneration in the west, which has lagged behind the rest of the country.
At the end of China ’ s bloody civil war, in the early and mid 1900s, the country quickly closed off its borders to many outside countries and only maintained diplomatic ties with the Soviet Union.
Just after independence was achieved, Paraguay was governed from 1814 by the dictator José Gaspar Rodríguez de Francia, who closed the borders of the country and prohibited trade or any relation with the exterior until his death in 1840.
The NATO subheadquarters in Malta was closed at the request of the government, and the U. S. Sixth Fleet discontinued recreational visits to the country.
A separate railway line exists in the east of the country between Choibalsan and the Trans-Siberian at Borzya ; however, that line is closed to passengers beyond the Mongolian town of Chuluunkhoroot.
This system is used in many countries, including Finland ( open list ), Latvia ( open list ), Sweden ( open list ), Israel ( where the whole country is one closed list constituency ), Brazil ( open list ), the Netherlands ( open list ), Russia ( closed list ), South Africa ( closed list ), Democratic Republic of the Congo ( open list ).
In more recent years, however, many country pubs have either closed down, or have been converted to establishments intent on providing seating facilities for the consumption of food, rather than a venue for members of the local community meeting and convivially drinking.
Ireland was brought to a standstill on the day, because the government had ordered schools, offices, and stores across the country closed because a public holiday as part of the national day of mourning had been declared.
* Tens of thousands of Afghan refugees stream toward the closed borders with Iran and Pakistan ( there are already two million refugees in each country from the twenty years of Afghani-Soviet War then Afghan Civil War ).
At that time, there was a renewed interest in " Japanese studies " ( kokugaku ), perhaps as a result of the closed country policy.
Since 2000, Saks has closed a number of locations, including White Plains, Garden City, and Southampton in New York, as well as other suburban, and " downtown " locations around the country.
* June 16 – All German and Italian consulates in the United States are ordered closed and their staffs to leave the country by July 10.
Yemeni authorities also closed down the local offices of the US cargo firms United Parcel Service and FedEx, who had already suspended all shipments out of the country and pledged full co-operation with investigators.
Also in 2002, Albertsons, due to financial difficulties, closed several of its stores across the country including all stores in the Des Moines, Iowa metro market.
However, a Japanese joint venture, Solomon Taiyo Ltd., which operated the only fish cannery in the country, closed in mid-2000 as a result of the ethnic disturbances.
In March 2012 the Norwegian Foreign Ministry announced that the Norwegian embassy in Damascus will be temporarily closed, mainly due to the deteriorating security situation in the country, however Foreign Minister Jonas Gahr Støre also emphasized the closing being a political signal.
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He saw Sweden as a country of smug and narrow provincialism, indifferent to the heroic spirit of its former glory.
His early poems and some of his prose prolusions speak of wanderings in the city and the neighboring country that may be extended to Cambridge and its surrounding countryside.
The country about Cambridge is flat and not particularly spectacular in its scenery, though it offers easy going to the foot traveler.
By limiting American strength too much to nuclear strength, this country limited its ability to fight any kind of war besides a nuclear war.
But there is reason in all things, and in this country the heathenish cult of the motor-car is exceeding all bounds in its demands.
The current stereotype of straight news reporting was probably invaluable in protecting the press and its readers from pollution by that combination of doctored fact, fancy, and personal opinion called yellow journalism which flourished in this country more than a generation ago.
In such a case, however, we would encourage the recipient country to get on with its programing task, supply it with substantial technical assistance in performing that task, and make it plain that an expansion or even a continuation of our assistance to the country's development was conditional upon programing progress being made.
2 ) As a country superimposes its cultural and political attitudes on others, it searches its heritage in hopes of justifying its aggressiveness.
Of course, nationalism has really outlived its usefulness in a country as world-oriented as ours, and its continued existence reflects one of the major culture lags of the twentieth-century United States.
Rarely did a trail herd pass through the Injun country on its march north that it wasn't stopped to receive demand for `` wohaw ''.
Moreover, prudence alone would indicate that, unless the local customs are already ready to fall when pushed, the results of direct economic action everywhere upon national chain stores will likely be simply to give undue advantage to local and state stores which conform to these customs, leading to greater decentralization and local autonomy within the company, or even ( as the final self-defeat of an unjust application of economic pressure to correct injustice ) to its going out of business in certain sections of the country ( as, for that matter, the Quakers, who once had many meetings in the pre-Civil War South, largely went out of business in that part of the country over the slavery issue, never to recover a large number of southern adherents ).
Mr. Reama told the Rotary Club of Providence at its luncheon at the Sheraton-Biltmore Hotel that about half of the people in the country want the `` welfare '' type of government and the other half want a free enterprise system.
`` I feel confident the stock will qualify for the ' national list ' '', he said, meaning its market price would be quoted regularly in newspapers all over the country.
that its presentation in this country is part of a capitalist plot to boobify the American people ; ;
For while the past needs of the Church in this country may have been adequately met by collegiate institutions, which in temper and tone closely resembled junior colleges and finishing schools, it would seem that today's need is for the college which more closely resembles the university in its `` pursuit of excellence ''.
The engagement was supposed to be all set for the big theater in McCormick Place, which Sol Hurok, ballet booker extraordinary, considers the finest house of its kind in the country -- and of course he doesn't weep at the capacity, either.
One of the very best is only now published in this country, five years after its first publication in England.
Tracing the blues from its African roots among the slaves who were brought to this country and the West Indies, he stressed the close relationship between the early jazz forms and the music of the Negro churches.
Lincoln successfully led his country through its greatest constitutional, military and moral crisis – the American Civil War – preserving the Union while ending slavery, and promoting economic and financial modernization.
Other new artistic currents including the one of M ' hamed Issiakhem, Mohammed Khadda and Bachir Yelles, appeared on the scene of Algerian painting, abandoning figurative classical painting to find new pictorial ways, in order to adapt Algerian paintings to the new realities of the country through its struggle and its aspirations.