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  • The implication is that the force will be part of a gradual wind-down of hostilities during a protracted “after-war” period, and will only be there to fight off or intimidate a few remaining terrorists, and keep (other) foreigners out of Iraq, as the country rights itself and develops the capacity to govern and defend itself – at which time the US will leave.

    Matthew Yglesias » The War’s End

  • The chief after-war problem will naturally be how to bring the vision of the Catholic Church, the Bride of Christ, before the millions of our fellow-countrymen.

    The Problem in Canada

  • Not of war, not of hunger, not of after-war, not of the plague.

    The mission song

  • Not of war, not of hunger, not of after-war, not of the plague.

    the mission song

  • KING: Robin Wright, is that going to be the big story, the after-war?

    CNN Transcript Apr 7, 2003

  • In the same way as the State Government is researching its collections, the Dutch museums under the aegis of the Dutch Museum Association are researching the acquisitions made during the war and in the after-war years, to investigate whether they acquired objects which were looted or confiscated by the enemy from Jewish owners.

    The Fate Of Works Of Art In The Netherlands During And After World War Two

  • I mean, the survivors, they -- I think they are happy that a third after-war generation person is interested in their story.

    Anne Frank: The Biography

  • The British, who had given particular thought to after-war aviation, immediately turned to converting all their valuable war material and experience into a national force which should assure England of the supremacy of the air as well as strength in her supremacy of the seas.

    Opportunities in Aviation

  • The reaction of the Negro masses away from untoward and repressing social conditions and their awakening to the simple but effective expedient of carrying their labor to better markets, are the significantly new features of the after-war aspects of the Negro problem.

    The Journal of Negro History, Volume 5, 1920

  • Accordingly, it seems highly probable that, with such an extended and authoritative sphere of influence, a stricter business accounting will be exacted of the public high school, as the great after-war burdens make the public less willing to depend on faith in financing so great an experiment.

    The High School Failures A Study of the School Records of Pupils Failing in Academic or Commercial High School Subjects

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