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1 My friend got onto the city council.
2 The students acknowledged the authority of the student council.
3 funded by the Health Research Council of New Zealand and the University of Auckland School of Medicine Foundation.
4 We wish to stress that the UN Security Council shoulders the heavy responsibility of maintaining world peace and security as entrusted by the UN Charter.
5 Whether a woman is an "apple" or a "pear" is determined by a range of genetic factors, found researchers at Oxford University and the Medical research Council (MRC) Epidemiology Unit in Cambridge.
6 The council denounced the new law.
7 The council discussed the proposed law on taxes.
8 A previous legal decision, protecting a number of walls and fences at the site, means that it will be difficult and perhaps impossible for the council to return the site to greenbelt status.
9 Though welcomed in Indonesia as if he were a native son, and garlanded in Delhi for backing India's bid for a permanent seat on the UN Security Council, he failed to achieve his main goals.
10 The federal security council that approved the deal is misnamed: it is a conclave of ministers headed by the chancellor that does nothing but weigh up the pros and cons of arms exports.
11 That was the clear verdict of the most recent meeting of the European Council, at which Angela Merkel, the German chancellor, essentially got everything she wanted.
12 Although it's difficult to say what the most harmful invasive species is, "I'd probably point to West Nile virus, " says Christopher Dionigi of the federal National Invasive Species Council (NISC).
13 To challenge her rule, Profion must have the scepter, and tricks the Council of Mages into believing Savina is unfit to hold it.
14 The judge made a “representation order” against one of them, declaring that he had been on the Real IRA’s “army council” at the time of the bombing.
15 A newspaper once carried an editorial which stated bluntly that half the city council were crooks.
16 Many objected to a lack of openness and the haste with which the amendments had been written by a faceless committee chosen by the equally faceless 19-man Supreme Military Council now ruling Egypt.
17 When City Council finally decided to build housing on the section, gardeners and their friends moved an acre of topsoil to the remaining portion of the garden.
18 According to the National expressway network Plan, approved by the State Council in 2004, China will build a developed expressway network in the next 30 years with a mileage of 86600 km.
19 Egypt now awaits further communiqués: the Supreme Military Council was supposed to issue one at midnight, but it too is late.
20 no-fly zone over Libya would probably have to be through a "coalition of the willing" rather than a UN Security Council resolution-which would probably be opposed by both Russia and China.
21 Some states will only license speech pathologists who have graduated from a program that is accredited by the Council on Academic Accreditation in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology.
22 The new president of the council and the “high representative” for foreign affairs may sound as if they have wandered off the set of “The Mikado”, but they could have clout and resources.
23 One idea is that France should set up a National Defence and security Council, loosely modelled on the American version, to co-ordinate domestic and foreign security.
24 Rooster lived in a mobile home parked illegally in a glade in the woods where he held wild parties and mocked society and its institutions, especially the Kennet and Avon Council.
25 When I saw it for the first time, I thought it was a dwarf....," said Mahmoud Affifi, director of Cairo and Giza antiquities for Egypt's Supreme Council of antiquities.
26 European Union was represented by the President of the European Council, Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt of Sweden and the President of the European Commission, Mr. Jose Manuel Barroso.
27 How should we know? It's not our kerb, it presumably belongs to the council.
28 It should strive for the best council for today, but it cannot start with a clean sheet, because the original membership controls the reform under the original rules.
29 The academics criticise initial proposals by the Financial Stability Oversight Council (FSOC), America's new guardian against systemic risk, on how to identify the firms it should worry about.
30 How do you view that council?