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1 Some of the home products have spun off from the products of war industry.
2 Tim and Chris were also among the most experienced war photographers that you are going to find anywhere.
3 Tripoli residents spent Monday jubilant yet fearful, asking for weapons to join rebels in their cat-and-mouse war with loyalists who have besieged the city with snipers and drive-by shootings.
4 Now type grails prod run-app (or grails war and deploy the WAR file to the application server of your choice).
5 All the letters from the war area were censored.
6 Tintin finds himself summoned to rescue old friends from a civil war between two Latin American warlords.
7 After the war, the link with the Jomon culture was emphasized.
8 ghosts of history to rest, the queen laid wreaths in memory of fighters for Irish independence and Irish soldiers who fought for Britain in the First World War.
9 Sure, some battles may turn into disorganized fire-fights. But, on the whole, wars are fought (and won!) by those armies with command of war strategy and battlefield tactics.
10 A multilateral approach would also lighten America's burden at times of war.
11 and working through World War I and World War II, Foujita's persevered to paint and carry on holding exhibitions in Japan, Europe and South America simultaneously.
12 We have persevered because of a belief we share with the Iraqi people -a belief that out of the ashes of war, a new beginning could be born in this cradle of civilization.
13 Yet the index rated oil-rich Libya, a hollowed-out shell of a state run by a murderous madman, all the way down at 111th in the year before its civil war.
14 In the 2005 election, when they were buoyed by their opposition to the Iraq war, they won more than a fifth of the votes, but less than a tenth of the seats.
15 In the north Sudanese state of south Kordofan, rebels from the Nuba Mountains and neighbouring Blue Nile state fought alongside the south during the civil war in the hope of escaping northern control.
16 He said this was the scariest part of the war because it was night and there were still dismounted Iraqis all over the ridge, most probably survivors from the destroyed vehicles.
17 his hard nose protruding like a ship's prow, and his hands leathered from a youth spent piloting his cut-price ferry into Manhattan, he took to business as if it were war.
18 Just as the U.S. is being criticized for abusing and torturing suspects in the war on terrorism critics are sure to try to make that period an issue in his confirmation hearings.
19 Obama was "a vulnerable man who will not be able to stop the war, as he promised, but instead he will drag it to the maximum possible extent," the message said.
20 Perhaps, like the mastermind of the Vietnam war, Mr Wolfowitz would quit the rubble of a failed conflict to build a righteous empire of aid.
21 Few reports have surfaced from Concepcion, close to where the earthquake first struck, though initial reports say the city is "devastated" and now looks "like a war zone".
22 As First Lord of the Admiralty in 1915, he was deeply involved in a campaign in the Dardanelles that could have shortened the course of a bloody world war.
23 The mother of all chick flicks, Victor Fleming's 1939 film is a masterful Civil War epic, but also a timeless classic of girly "fiddle-dee-dee" power.
24 If you choose your security and cessation of war, and this is what the polls have shown, this requires you to work to punish those on your side who play with our security.
25 smoldering fire and fumes prevented rescue workers from getting near the plant, officials say the blast area resembles a war zone.
26 But every time an attempt at Arab-Israeli peacemaking fails, as Barack Obama's did shortly before Christmas, the peace becomes a little more fragile and the danger of war increases.
27 In the bedroom, I found a hand-sewn book containing an anthology of civil war poems.
28 We also invited Hillary’s minister at Little Rocks First United Methodist Church, Ed Matthews, a wonderful man who we knew would stick with us if the lunch deteriorated into a war of words.
29 air force has adopted a doctrine of "counterspace operations" that envisages either destroying enemy satellites in a future war or temporarily disabling them.
30 implicit thesis is that the allied bombing campaign was a vindictive and unprovoked attack on a country that itself adhered scrupulously to the rules of war.