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1 And yet the past decade has nibbled away at the cohesion of the West.
2 But the pear-shaped pods of this West African tree can deliver a deadly bite if eaten prior to ripening.
3 one week he walked west.
4 They surged through cheering and Shouting and were be met by jubilant West Berliners on the other side.
5 Jubilant Libyan rebels have moved from the west into the centre of the capital, Tripoli, as Muammar Gaddafi's sons and defenders lose their grip on the state.
6 Cities from Mumbai in the west to Sydney in the east - and all points between - project plans to become a "hub" or a "gateway".
7 Second, Penang's hospitals are as well-equipped as many in the West.
8 of the West Lake unrolls under the plane.
9 Members of the country's elite have many personal ties with the West: they own property in London, send their children to British and American universities and hold foreign bank accounts.
10 Still, the choice of Dubai, a commercial hub with friendly ties to the West, as a venue for the assassination has discomfited some Israelis in intelligence circles.
11 One of her recent campaigns was against a company named Park West Gallery, which, she alleged, was selling fake prints by Salvador Dali.
12 Not only are states coming aboard one at a time, but some are joining in groups, as in the West and Northeast, where regional greenhouse-gas trading blocs are being launched.
13 Turkey has eight European and Asian countries as neighbours: Bulgaria and Greece on the west; Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan on the northeast; Iran on the east; and Iraq and Syria on the south.
14 bird's-eye view of China would indicate that China's terrain descends in four steps from west to east.
15 What does all of this tell us about the rise of the East and the decline of the West?
16 An Israeli soldier stands guard as ultraorthodox Jewish men gather to pray at the tomb of Biblical figure Yehoshua Bin Nun, or Joshua, in the West Bank village of Kifl Hareth late Thursday.
17 mentions some hapless policemen from West Berlin arrested at the city’s town hall (in the Soviet sector); most were never seen again.
18 The eastern influence entered the west primarily through the great trading cities of Venice, Ravenna, and Marseilles and appeared in these cities first.
19 COMPARED with the flotilla of oil and gas platforms in the North Sea, the waters west of the Shetland Islands are virgin territory.
20 New Census figures show that four of the five fastest growing states between 2000 and 2010 were located in the Mountain West.
21 Without or without mediation, the DE facto division of Libya into an autonomous eastern safe haven and embittered West could be acquiring a more concrete form.
22 The government, having forced her ancestors in 1838 along the Trail of Tears from eastern Tennessee to Indian Territory, now promised them a better life even farther west.
23 Mr Li had no idea that it was there but had complained about splitting headaches for years before visiting specialist medics at the Yuxi People's Hospital in Yunnan province, south west China.
24 Dali was famous for his surrealist works, including The Persistence of Memory, The Face of Mae West, The Metamorphosis of Narcissus and The Temptation of St. Anthony.
25 In the West, Europeans and Americans have dominated the world scene for so many centuries that they're uncomfortable with the notion of someone else claiming the throne of global hegemony.
26 Industrial development is being concentrated in the west of the country.
27 West of Peking, the builders struck sticky clay.
28 They plan to mark it with a roar of bulldozers as building resumes in settlements in the West Bank.
29 Very roughly this river defines the north west edge of the Indian subcontinent and the Persians, Greeks, Romans and the rest of us applied the name to everything on the other side of that river.
30 They accused the West of dumping out-of-date medicines on Third World countries.