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1 In the deepest, darkest days of our conflict with the Soviet Union - or our confrontation with the Soviet Union - we talked to them.
2 His breastplate further emphasizes the Greco-Roman union, displaying the Greek goddess Athena standing upon a she-wolf that was a symbol of Rome.
3 All the countries of the Americas and the European Union severed relations with Honduras after the coup, and many cut aid programmes.
4 The country has withdrawn from the European Union.
5 In the post-war Soviet Union she sent food parcels to political prisoners and attended their trials, until her first marriage collapsed in the chaos of caring for them.
6 But in Russia, where the notion of a tsar survived the Soviet Union, divided power is usually problematic.
7 In BENIGN times Britain could smile remotely on its far-flung territories, sending the odd royal to fly the Union Flag.
8 Most of the other citizens in Tennessee disagreed with him. They decided to leave the Union.
9 It would wreck any prospect of a future coalition between the Greens and Mrs Merkel’s Christian Democratic Union (CDU), an option she had hoped to keep open.
10 He went so far that people started to complain his going too far when such a giant as Soviet Union crashed down.
11 the morning of July 1, a Confederate infantry division clashed with two Union cavalry brigades fighting dismounted a mile northwest of Gettysburg.
12 Be aware that this exception contains information about the permissions requested and the union of all permissions available for the request, mostly for logging purposes.
13 We have shown European Union opinion is serious about this project," he said.
14 The company has leased 11 brand new buildings in the burgeoning South Lake Union neighborhood from real estate developer and Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen.
15 The resolution invited Texas to join the Union as a state. It gave Texas the right to split itself into as many as four more states when its population was large enough.
16 The former slave known for leading more than 300 people-including her elderly parents-to freedom as a conductor on the Underground Railroad was also a Union spy.
17 More worrying is what all this tells us about the fundamental cohesion of the Union.
18 Let's discuss how we can increase the cohesion in the European Union, how we can reduce disparities, which still exist between various member states, and which very much impedes our competitiveness.
19 He and his wife, Alice, are university sweethearts whose charmed union took a hit once they began trying to have children.
20 Others bristle, too, including Ed Crutchfield of First Union.
21 As an African American, I will never forget that I would not be here today without the steady pursuit of a more perfect union in my country.
22 But he had no union with her until she gave birth to a son. And he gave him the name Jesus.
23 an opening wedge for emancipation, and hundreds of such "contrabands" voted with their feet for freedom by escaping to Union lines in subsequent months.
24 of course, Lincoln saved the Union, issued the Emancipation Proclamation and stood firmly by it, despite criticism.
25 After a string of Union defeats, this tactical victory provided Abraham Lincoln the political cover he needed to issue his Emancipation Proclamation.
26 The South was circled by Union troops and warships. All seemed lost.
27 Love, like music, is always a true story-in the spring of 1980, half a year before we emigrated to Israel, my grandfather decided to smuggle his collection of rare stamps out of the Soviet Union.
28 Their loud discussion took place in the union with an interested audience, until he finally stamped out in fury, still refusing to believe her.
29 Around 100,000 fans packed the Bernabeu on 21 June to witness the final of Euro 1964 when Spain snatched a victory rife with political overtones from the Soviet Union.
30 Each join involves two remote operations, and the union merges the results of all three joins.