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1 Ferrer and Hepburn met at one of Gregory Peck's parties, and they were married in September 1954.
2 Someone must arbitrate between opposing parties.
3 Mr. Ban urged all Lebanese and regional parties not to prejudge the outcome of the tribunal's proceedings and not to interfere with its work.
4 it does not contain, however, is a single pet project, not a single earmark, and it has been stripped of the projects members of both parties found most objectionable.
5 have trouble remembering names at parties?
6 When conflicts erupt, it seeks to get all parties to commit to observing the rules by way of special agreements.
7 If some rival upstart threatened the ruler's sleep, he would send in this rabble to wreck their wedding parties or sack their palaces.
8 She ratted her hair whenever she went to big parties in the evening.
9 regular sight at New York parties, she stood out for being a handsome woman of cerebral insouciance, with two novels and another book of essays under her belt.
10 Pointing at the guilty parties did not free us from shame, but at least it overcame the suffering we went through on account of it.
11 Two disinterested parties are needed to verify these documents for us.
12 Both parties were not disinterested, " he said."My sense is that a de facto decision was made by both partiesto adopt this mercantile paradigm."
13 But the school district has asserted that it never knew this meant that Absolute would intercept communications that a suspected thief might have with third parties.
14 He hated attending social events and "he often railed against it very angrily". He did sometimes have dinner parties and special nights in with stars such as Charlie Chaplin.
15 According to the few accounts that exist, she tried to break up dinner parties and, if she had retired, banged on the floorboards to let her husband know it was time for bed.
16 I found myself in a large room, where people were sitting at lunch or supper around small tables, as is the custom, I am told, at parties in the houses of our nobility and gentry.
17 But more than any other robotics codebase, proprietary or open-source, the Willow Garage software seems to have generated the most enthusiasm among third parties.
18 However, as technicians, we must help all parties understand the value and importance of security.
19 Several political parties vie with each other in pulling more votes for themselves.
20 Both parties agreed on these terms.
21 I might be welcome at dinner parties once again.
22 international Health Regulations (IHR) is an international legal agreement that is binding on 194 States Parties across the globe, including all of the Member States of WHO.
23 The parties involved should exercise (self -) restraint and prevent the situation from getting worse.
24 My British university invites me to wonderful parties, but asks for nothing.
25 If he sounds happy that you call during the day, invites you to his office and takes you to company parties, you're most likely his one and only partner.
26 In the coalition, with its need for balance within two parties as well as between them, these problems will be perpetual and tricky.
27 Hospitals and their staff must be regarded by all parties - particularly combatants during conflicts - as neutral and must not be subjected to any form of violence.
28 Moreover, some parties have not got what they had hoped for out of the project, notably Japan, which had wanted to host the reactor.
29 The hotel even caters to themed private parties, such as hot-air ballooning, horseback riding, rafting, or visiting vineyards.
30 After all, every four years, candidates from both parties make similar promises, and I expect this year will be no different.