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1 The firm is too small to contend against [with] large international companies.
2 This means, for example, throwing out the idea that any international model — say, the Anglo-American version — can be imposed or grafted onto other cultures.
3 But this is a difficult exercise: Looking at the state of international relations theory, one quickly realizes the absence of consensus about the best way to think about global politics.
4 International comparisons are sometimes difficult because some nations only have information on married women, explained William Mosher, an author of the new report.
5 Over half of all deaths from natural disasters worldwide are due to drought and famine, according to the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies.
6 Growth was held back in 2003 by extensive drought and the gradual winding down of the international presence.
7 He has offered to host a summit in London early next year to discuss how the international community should proceed.
8 At every level of the Justice Department, we are committed to improving partnerships with our federal law enforcement colleagues -and with leaders across the international law enforcement community.
9 trend in asset allocation among the largest pools of international investment money suggests 2010 will mark a revival in African bond issuance.
10 exiles have yet to cohere enough to pose an organised alternative to Mr Assad’s rule, and so help prod international opinion towards helping them to speed its demise.
11 Unlike recent shuttle launches to the International Space Station, which head northeast after liftoff, Ares I-X will head due east out over the Atlantic Ocean.
12 The International Atomic Energy Agency voted to rebuke Syria on claims of an undeclared nuclear reactor in the country's remote northeast.
13 scale of the Venice Biennale means that artists, cultural institutions and individual countries all vie, not just for attention, but for international recognition.
14 Without question, the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control is the most powerful tool we have, as an international community, to reduce the global disease burden.
15 The international community's first priority is to find the means to make aid more than just a feeding trough for local warlords.
16 I think we should have an international food festival,' says Alice.
17 But after lobbying by News International and the Daily Mail ministers agreed not to bring it into force.
18 As I said, we want a frank, critical, transparent, credible and independent review of our performance, as well as that of the International Health Regulations.
19 As the pastime took off around the world, clubs sprang up in several countries, and the first international stamp exhibition was held in 1881, according to the International Federation of Philately.
20 We would also like to note the important role played by the city of Shanghai, not just on the level of developing the Chinese economy, but the international economy as well.
21 A group of experts will meet in July 2007 to produce the first international list of medicines to tackle diseases with high mortality and morbidity rates in children.
22 An IRREVERENT official at the International Monetary Fund recently installed a jarring ringtone on his mobile phone. It is the sound of cans being kicked down a road.
23 There were no signs marking the international border, no fences, no barbed wire.
24 Russia presumably has no desire to be sucked in, as it was in Afghanistan in 1979-and certainly not without international backing.
25 If you want to start an international collaboration for a new software product, you can easily do it by starting a project on one of the many project hosting Websites and advertise for collaborators.
26 Its color scheme of International Orange was something local residents requested.
27 China's government has long felt misunderstood and misrepresented by the international media, and aims to promote its own voice to redress the perceived imbalance.
28 He was speaking on the final day of the International Energy Forum held in Rome.
29 I arrived in Baraka, a town on Lake Tanganyika that was overrun with Congolese soldiers and international aid workers, in February 2007.
30 Clearly this currency structure of assets and liabilities makes its net international investment position very vulnerable to any devaluation of the dollar against the renminbi.