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The outstanding example was in Garibaldi And The Thousand, where he made use of unpublished papers of Lord John Russell and English consular materials to reveal the motives which led the British government to permit Garibaldi to cross the Straits of Messina.
By-passing the military junta which has ruled Turkey since the overthrow of Premier Adnan Menderes 17 months ago, the army general staff, led by Gen. Cedvet Sunay, had set a deadline for the parties to join in a national coalition government.
High international oil prices and rising oil production have led to a very strong economic growth in recent years, but corruption and public-sector mismanagement remain, particularly in the oil sector, which accounts for over 50 percent of GDP, over 90 percent of export revenue, and over 80 percent of government revenue.
As a key figure in the Utah War, he led U. S. troops who established a non-Mormon government in the formerly Mormon territory.
The " Days of April " ( journées d ' avril ) is a name appropriated in French history to a series of insurrections at Lyons, Paris and elsewhere, against the government of Louis Philippe in 1834, which led to violent repressive measures, and to a famous trial known as the procès d ' avril.
This led the government to propose reconstruction of the Armenian Atomic Power Station at Metsamor, which was closed after the 1988 earthquake because of its location in an earthquake-prone area and which had the same safety problems as reactors listed as dangerous in Bulgaria, Russia, and Slovakia.
The Agriculturalists believed that the ideal government, modeled after the semi-mythical governance of Shennong, is led by a benevolent king, one who works alongside the people in tilling the fields.
* 1966 A new government is formed in the Republic of Congo, led by Ambroise Noumazalaye.
One recognized the Virginia government organized and led by Gov.
After the failure of the co-emperor Michael IX to stem the Turkish advance in Asia Minor in 1302 and the disastrous Battle of Bapheus, the Byzantine government hired the Catalan Company of Almogavars ( adventurers from Aragon and Catalonia ) led by Roger de Flor to clear Byzantine Asia Minor of the enemy.
This led to the first of a number of periods in which an outside power controlled Athens ; Often the outside power set up a local agent as political boss in Athens ; but when Athens was independent, it operated under its traditional form of government ; even the bosses, like Demetrius of Phalerum, kept the traditional institutions in formal existence.
In France, an " Antibiotics are not automatic " government campaign started in 2002 and led to a marked reduction of unnecessary antibacterial prescriptions, especially in children.
The new PDPA government, led by a revolutionary council, did not enjoy the support of the masses.
In the federal government, the executive branch, led by the president, controls the federal executive departments, which are led by secretaries who are members of the United States Cabinet.
In 1998, a constitutional reform, led by the government of the President Fernando Henrique Cardoso, introduced regulatory agencies as a part of the executive branch.
However, most of this aid has been targeted at the Federation ; the previous government of the RS was anti-Dayton and not assisted by the U. S. The election of the " Sloga " or " Unity " Coalition government, led by Prime Minister Dodik, has shifted the balance of power in the Republika Srpska ( RS ) to a pro-Dayton stance and will result in an upsurge of funding to the RS from the international community.
On 26 August 1944, the Fatherland Front made the decision to incite an armed rebellion against the government, which led to the appointment of a new government on 2 September.
This, combined with bad timing and perceived inexperience led to the failure of the Budget and consequently the fall of the government on 17 December 1852.
However, difficulties in South Africa ( epitomised by the defeat of the British Army at the Battle of Isandlwana ), as well as Afghanistan, weakened his government and led to his party's defeat in the 1880 election.
The desire for profitability led to a major reduction in the network during the mid-1960s with ICI manager Dr. Richard Beeching given the task by the government of re-organising the railways.
In doing so the bulk of Liberals remained supporting the government, but two distinct Liberal groups had emerged within this bulk the Liberal Nationals ( officially the " National Liberals " after 1947 ) led by Simon, also known as " Simonites ", and the " Samuelites " or " official Liberals ", led by Samuel who remained as the official party.

government and put
The British government, concerned about the threat of unemployment in the shipbuilding industry, had put through a bill to give Cunard loans and grants totaling $50,400,000 toward the $84,000,000 cost of a new 75,000-ton passenger liner.
The industry may deliberately take a strike, not to put pressure on the union, but in order to `` educate '' the government and the customers of the industry.
The government pays a subsidy for revival of the classics, and this policy attracts experimenters who sometimes put Moliere's characters in modern dress and often achieve interesting results.
By seeking close alliances with powerful noble families, Alexios put an end to the tradition of imperial exclusivity and coopted most of the nobility into his extended family and, through it, his government.
Their government collapsed in late 1992, and was succeeded by a technocratic team, put forward by the Bulgarian Socialist Party ( BSP ), which served until 1994, when the president dissolved the government and appointed a provisional one to serve until the pre-term elections, appointed for December in the same year.
Early descriptions of the production process and glazing techniques used for bricks can be found in the Song Dynasty carpenter's manual Yingzao Fashi, published in 1103 by the government official Li Jie, who was put in charge of overseeing public works for the central government's construction agency.
From Comrade Semichastny's speech I learn that the government, ' would not put any obstacles in the way of my departure from the U. S. S. R .' For me this is impossible.
At that time Ormsby-Gore, speaking for the government in Commons, said, " The draft as originally put up by Lord Balfour was not the final draft approved by the War Cabinet.
In 1909, Austria pressured the Serbian government to put a stop to their anti-Austrian insurrection.
Political and economic stability reinforced each other, as Portales encouraged economic growth through free trade and put government finances in order.
Chiang had Hu put under house arrest, but he was released after national condemnation, after which he left Nanjing and supported a rival government in Guangzhou.
Until police determined this was an isolated incident unrelated to the presence of the national guard, military bases statewide were put on high alert and government buildings were briefly placed under lock-down conditions.
" Levy quotes Walter Tuchman: " hey asked us to stamp all our documents confidential ... We actually put a number on each one and locked them up in safes, because they were considered U. S. government classified.
The " Dear Green Place " and " City of God " required government troops to put down the rioters tearing up copies of the Treaty, as at almost every mercat cross in Scotland.
The government should not have been put to the trouble of responding to such spurious arguments, nor this court to the trouble of " adjudicating " this meritless appeal.
The government wanted to try to integrate African-Americans and European-Americans slowly into the same society, but many believed it was a way for the government to put off actually doing anything about racial segregation:
In 2004 the Annan Plan for Cyprus was put to vote but whilst it was accepted by the north, it was rejected by the Greek-Cypriots as it meant in their eyes, endorsing a confederal state with a weak central government and considerable local autonomy.
The Guyanese government has offered to put in place an economically favourable regime towards any Barbadians that wish to relocate to Guyana and contribute towards that nation's goals in agricultural investment.
Lord Aberdeen was able to put together a coalition government of these groups that held 53. 8 % of the seats of Parliament.
However, as soon as mutants travel there, they are captured and fitted with power-negating collars placed around their necks ; they are put to work building Sentinels for the Genoshan government, under the direction of Bolivar Trask, Cameron Hodge, Henry Peter Gyrich, and a government official known as " the Leader.
In 1933, the right-wing Spanish Confederation of the Autonomous Right ( CEDA ) won power, An armed rising of workers in October 1934, which reached its greatest intensity in Asturias and Catalonia, was forcefully put down by the CEDA government.

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