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Mr. Papademos has called on the three parties that make up his coalition government to back the demanded reforms, including the controversial cuts in private-sector pay, even as Greece girds for elections widely expected to take place in April.
Greece to Lay Off 15,000 Public-Sector Workers Stelios Bouras 2012
McClatchy: Senate girds for Saturday vote and long battle on health care
Illinois Pension's Atlanta Play As Atlanta's market girds for a long recovery, the Illinois state teachers' pension fund is making a play for a piece of the upturn.
"Ah, well, Liu Ling was wiser than you," the White Logic girds.
Chapter 36 2010
As Sen. Barbara Boxer girds for a tough reelection battle, she is crisscrossing California during the Senate recess to highlight what she sees as concrete accomplishments in the last year - jobs created by the economic stimulus package, benefits from the healthcare bill for seniors and the ill and tax breaks for businesses that are hiring the unemployed.
India's industrial output rose at its weakest pace in nine months in May, the latest sign of slowdown for Asia's third-largest economy even as it girds for another interest rate increase this month as inflation persists.
Asia in Pictures 2011
In the mornings, Adele girds herself for the trip to work as a warrior for battle.
The legal action involving mobile-communications technology comes as the Ottawa patent-licensing firm girds more attempts to bulk up to better wage patent battles.
Wi-LAN Sues Apple, Others Over Patents Carolyn King 2011
She girds herself with strength; and performs her tasks with vigor.
Brain scientists are beginning to understand that the biochemistry and neuronal network that under girds the structure of the brain is constantly re-organizing and adapting to changes in the outer world.