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  • We may be interested in a business aliance with an online and mobile Japanese Coupon company.

    Mobile phone coupon usage in Japan

  • But this was February 1941, four months before Hitler invaded the Soviet Union, a time in which Stalinist Russia was in a formal aliance with Hitler, Stalin actively supressing anti-nazi activity.

    Archive 2009-02-01

  • Ego maniacs know no bounderies and have no aliance to anyone or anything but themselves.

    Clinton apologizes for RFK assassination comment

  • Negotiating with Iran: probably unnecessary and futile, unless you postpone the resolution of conflicts with Palestinians and Syria until they form an aliance with Iraq and Iran.

    Matthew Yglesias » Haim Saban

  • "The PAC is not in a habit of jumping into alliance without looking into principles that should govern a political aliance with any party."

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • "We have no choice but to fight on until the ANC/SACP aliance and its partner, the National Party, are prepared to devolve significant powers to the regions and not just powers which enable the regions to determine their own sport, animal disease or abattoir policies," Mr Buthelezi said.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Now, he said, "it is those who never cared for us who say, now that we have defeated them in their racial policies, that want an aliance".

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • The aliance said a protest march on May 22 to Alberton police station would deliver a memorandum calling for the release of activists from Phola Park, Katlehong and Tokoza who, it claimed, were being detained at Modder Bee and other prisons.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • We're here, we're isolated; we were all chosen because, among other things, we were quite incapable of forming permanent emotional attachments and capable of any alliances we liked without going unbal~ anced when the attraction died and the aliance came unstuck.

    Cities In Flight

  • Thus King Richard by such aliance hauing his part greatlie strengthened, prepared himselfe to the warre more earnestlie than before, and tooke order with the earle of Flanders, that they should inuade the French dominions in two seuerall quarters both at one time, as the earle by

    Chronicles of England, Scotland and Ireland (2 of 6): England (6 of 12) Richard the First

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