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  • "The com mittee thinks that's worth in vestigating," says a congres sional aide who asked for anonymity when discussing an ongoing official inquiry.

    More Heat for the Rocket

  • The com - mittee is looking for survivors who fulfill the following conditions: were U.S. citizens at the time of their imprisonment; were interned in concentration camps -- prisoners of forced-labor and POW camps are expressly excluded unless conditions are judged to have been comparable.

    A Deadline For Reparations

  • They had met for only a few minutes when a Com-mittee security vehicle pulled up and they were arrested.

    The Story of Parvin: Reflections on Hope in an Age of War and Intervention

  • Appoint annually a National List Com-mittee of not fewer than five and not more than nine persons for the selection and adoption of candidates for the national Parliament.


  • Dan Bailey, chair man of Arter's executive com mittee, did not return calls for comment.

    Archive 2003-07-01

  • Economist with consultancy Forecaster Ecosa Helmo Preuss said the stance taken by the SARB after its last Monetary Policy Com - mittee

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • The PMF participants also continue to help the Iraqi Kurd groups move forward on several other confidence-building measures, the most recent of which included several joint com-mittee meetings on May 29 that addressed a range of civilian services and humanitarian issues affecting all residents of the north.

    President Letter To Congress On Iraq

  • He'd had to rely on Leonforte to make contact with McCabe, to form a liaison close enough to bring him - and the entire Leonforte family-down when pictures of McCabe in the embrace of a twelve-year-old boy were circu - lated to every member of the Congressional Ethics Com - mittee.

    Second Skin

  • From the days of the Kefauver Com - mittee, which coincided with my birth, our family had scorned the criminals and spies and shifty ones who 'took the Fifth,' and one of my earliest memories is of my irascible grandfather shouting:


  • It was a mild nuisance, he thought, having two 'Sirs' on one small com - mittee; in these latter days, knighthood was an honour which few Englishmen escaped.

    Rendezvous with Rama


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