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This new force, love of country, super-imposed upon -- if not displacing -- affectionate ties to one's own state, was epitomized by Washington.
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new and force
To the extent that the new Administration has its wishes, the Federal Reserve would conduct its open market operations throughout the entire maturity range of Government securities and aggressively seek to force down long-term interest rates.
These areas, by virtue of their abrupt density of pattern, stated the literal surface with such new and superior force that the resulting contrast drove the simulated printing into a depth from which it could be rescued -- and set to shuttling again -- only by conventional perspective ; ;
Fear of the competition -- always a great motivating force in the American economy -- makes retailers who do not have suburban operations exaggerate both the volume and the profitability of their rival's shiny new branches.
* Article 4 – The treaty does not recognize, dispute, nor establish territorial sovereignty claims ; no new claims shall be asserted while the treaty is in force ;
It was during this time that he followed closely the work of the main driving force behind the new modernism, Le Corbusier, and visited him in his Paris office several times in the following years.
A new constitution was adopted in 2007 ( the Virgin Islands Constitution Order, 2007 ) and came into force when the Legislative Council was dissolved for the 2007 general election.
After World War II, Bulgaria followed the Soviet model of economic development more closely than any other East Bloc country with becoming one of the first members of Comecon ; the new regime shifted the economy from mainly agrarian type towards industrial economy and much of the labour force from the countryside to the city, providing workers for new large-scale industrial complexes.
We think you can only do it by moving forward to a new world — a world of law, the abolition of national armaments with a world force and a world economic system.
In bicameral legislatures, there may be a process laid out for second or third readings of bills before a new law can enter into force.
Later in 1979, Sony and Philips set up a joint task force of engineers to design a new digital audio disc.
The new party had four objectives: to confront Turkish expansionism in Cyprus, to reestablish and solidify democratic rule, to give the country a strong government, and to make a powerful moderate party a force in Greek politics.
The chief advocate and driving force for improving public health in Chicago was Dr. John H. Rauch, M. D., who established a plan for Chicago's park system in 1866, created Lincoln Park by closing a cemetery filled with festering, shallow graves, and helped establish a new Chicago Board of Health in 1867 in response to an outbreak of cholera.
Engelbart recruited a research team in his new Augmentation Research Center ( ARC, the lab he founded at SRI ), and became the driving force behind the design and development of the oN-Line System ( NLS ).
In 1974, the decision to create a new revision of the DSM was made, and Robert Spitzer was selected as chairman of the task force.
In the Fifth Doctor story Resurrection of the Daleks, a small Dalek force aided by human mercenaries and Dalek duplicates liberates Davros ( now played by Terry Molloy, with a new mask designed by Stan Mitchell ) from his space station prison, needing his expertise to find an antidote for a Movellan-created virus that has all but wiped them out.
According to the Peterson Institute for International Economics and other proponents of demographic structural approach ( cliodynamics ), the basic problem Egypt has is unemployment driven by a demographic youth bulge: with the number of new people entering the job force at about 4 % a year, unemployment in Egypt is almost 10 times as high for college graduates as it is for people who have gone through elementary school, particularly educated urban youth, who are precisely those people that were seen out in the streets during 2011 Egyptian revolution.
He believed that this new force was a form of electricity in addition to the " natural " form produced by lightning or by the electric eel and torpedo ray as well as the " artificial " form produced by friction ( i. e., static electricity ).
Stored energy is created whenever a particle has been moved through a field it interacts with ( requiring a force to do so ), but the energy to accomplish this is stored as a new position of the particles in the field — a configuration that must be " held " or fixed by a different type of force ( otherwise, the new configuration would resolve itself by the field pushing or pulling the particle back toward its previous position ).
new and love
His new poem, a love poem, told of a young husband leading his wife upstairs to the bedroom when the lights in the house have failed.
If love reflects the nature of man, as Ortega Y Gasset believes, if the person in love betrays decisively what he is by his behavior in love, then the writers of the beat generation are creating a new literary genre.
They love to dust, scrub, polish, wax floors, move the furniture around from place to place, take down the curtains, put up new ones and have themselves a real ball.
The press was started by Aldus based on his love of classics, and at first printed new copies of Plato, Aristotle, and other Greek and Latin classics.
Fredrik finally confesses his love for Desiree, acknowledges that Fredrika is his daughter, and the two promise to start a new life together (" Finale ").
The new generation of DJs and musicians of the 2000s who have fallen in love with both Kuti's material and other rare releases have made compilations and remixes of these recordings, thus re-introducing the genre to new generations of listeners and fans of afropop and groove.
As new genres of music, such as ragtime, blues and jazz, began to emerge in the early 20th century the popularity of the genre faded, but the association with sentimentality led to the term ballad being used for a slow love song from the 1950s onwards.
* The new musical TULLY ( In No Particular Order ), which appeared in the 2007 New York Musical Theatre Festival, loosely adapts the poems of Catullus while retaining the non-linear structure of the published edition, exploring his relationships with both Clodia and Juventius, renamed Julie, and the timeless nature of memory and love.
After this visit, in which she was deemed sufficiently orthodox, she began traveling with her followers throughout northern and central Italy advocating reform of the clergy and the launch of a new crusade and advising people that repentance and renewal could be done through " the total love for God.
Wendy Doniger describes the gospel accounts as a " meta-myth " in which Jesus realizes that he is part of a " new myth [...] of a man who is sacrificed in hate " but " sees the inner myth, the old myth of origins and acceptance, the myth of a god who sacrifices himself in love ".
Given Chrétien's known tendency to create new stories and characters, being the first to mention the hero Lancelot and his love affair with Queen Guinevere for example, the name might also be entirely invented.
In 1974, David Berg introduced a new proselytization method called Flirty Fishing ( or FFing ), which encouraged female members to show God's love by engaging in sexual activity with potential converts.
I'd sure love to be a fly on the wall when he tries to explain putting a song in a rape scene for money to his teenage daughter … The deal was pushed through by a new business manager the other three hired.
In these latter cases the faiths do not promote deference, as happens in monotheisms ; rather each suggests a path of action that will bring the practitioner into conformance with the divine law: ahimsa — ' no harm ' — for Buddhist and Hindu faiths ; de or te — ' virtuous action ' — in daoism ; and any of numerous practices of peace and love in new age thinking.
He saw men and women locked in cycles of growth, love, procreation, new growth, death, and new life.
It is uncertain why he did this, as there were many more opportunities for him under the King than the new order ; some people suggest David's love for the classical made him embrace everything about that period, including a republican government.
Other recurring themes include the breakdown of Niles ' marriage to the never-seen Maris, Frasier's search for love, Martin's new life after retirement and injury, and the various attempts by the two brothers to gain acceptance into Seattle's cultural elite.
But things are complicated for both factions when Ichinose falls in love with Katsura and unwittingly gives her Interpol's information against Titanosaurus, the new Mechagodzilla, and the aliens.
new and country
Thorpe came to Louisiana from the East as a young man prepared to find in the new country the setting of romantic adventure and idealized beauty.
As a matter of fact you could probably find a new home development in every populated county in the country with three-bedroom ranch style cottages in the $14,000 range.
In the new country the electoral process is considered as a means of resolving fundamental, and sometimes bitter, differences among leaders and also as a source of policy guidance.
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.
A new gas pipeline to Iran has been completed, and a road to Iran through the southern city of Meghri allows trade with that country.
On January 19, 1879, Alcott and Franklin Benjamin Sanborn wrote a prospectus for a new school which they distributed to potentially interested people throughout the country.
* 2004 – The National Assembly of Serbia unanimously adopts new state symbols for Serbia: Bože pravde becomes the new anthem and the coat of arms is adopted for the whole country.
The arctic fox is classed as a " prohibited new organism " under New Zealand's Hazardous Substances and New Organisms Act 1996 preventing it from being imported into the country.
* 1788 – American Pioneers to the Northwest Territory arrive at the confluence of the Ohio and Muskingum rivers, establishing Marietta, Ohio, as the first permanent American settlement of the new United States in the Northwest Territory, and opening the westward expansion of the new country.
The new songs included in this production had been added during a 1971 Los Angeles production: " Echo Song " ( sung by Hero and Philia ), and " Farewell " ( added for Nancy Walker playing the role of Domina as she and Senex depart for the country ).
Clinton and his running mate, Al Gore, toured the country during the final weeks of the campaign, shoring up support and pledging a " new beginning ".
Electrification is at 3 kV DC, with the exception of the new high-speed lines, and of two recently electrified lines in the south of the country which are at 25 kV AC.
It lies in the east of the country and is one of the new federal states that was re-created in 1990 upon the reunification of the former West Germany and East Germany.
Following the 1919 revolution, he was pressured by the new Soviet government to remove the name of the librettist Béla Balázs from the opera ( Chalmers 1995, 123 ), as he was blacklisted and had left the country for Vienna.
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.
From the year 2000 onward, Chile completely overhauled its criminal justice system ; a new, US-style adversarial system has been gradually implemented throughout the country with the final stage of implementation in the Santiago metropolitan region completed on June 9, 2001