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“I am pleased to announce that Senator Marise Payne will represent the Australian Government at an international conference dedicated to the promotion of democracy, to be held in Warsaw, 26 -27 June”
“Pollard, a fifty-five-year-old native of Australia, is the author of sixty scientific papers, an international conference presenter, and has participated on six National Institutes of Health committees.”
“An international conference for the protection of working men was held,”
“We are also completing a long series of assessments on the needs of the local populations that will be the basis of an important hundred-page appeal that Annan will present at an international conference hosted by the Indonesian president in Jakarta on January 6.”
“We had just concluded an international conference to announce the publication of our previous book, The Future of the Automobile,1 in which we examined the problems facing the world motor-vehicle industry at that time.”
“And, as I say, in the last quarter of last year, November-December, we came to the conclusion that we needed to do more work just to make sure that we had gotten on top of the assessment of some of those emerging threats in Yemen - and we've seen an international conference in London on Yemen – Somalia, and then we saw of course the Christmas Day bomber.”
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