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  • · Comment les différents pays résistent-ils aux crises?

    Archive 2009-04-10

  • Two days later, Supari denied making such statements, though they were con-sistent with her longstanding claim that rich countries -- particularly the United States -- prey on poorer nations in the interest of drug-company profits.

    The Path of a Pandemic

  • In the 1946 Letter on Humanism, he writes, "The human being in his essence is ek-sistent into the openness of being, into the open region that first clears the 'between' within which a 'relation' of subject to object can 'be'".

    Archive 2008-09-01

  • In the 1946 Letter on Humanism, he writes, "The human being in his essence is ek-sistent into the openness of being, into the open region that first clears the 'between' within which a 'relation' of subject to object can 'be'".

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  • His long-range aim was to gain the protective cover of making his con-sistent ethic the official position of the National Conference of Catholic Bishops — and in this he succeeded.

    A Tale of Two Cardinals

  • Where feasible and con-sistent with the effective and efficient performance of its mission, each agency shall establish a goal of achieving a participation rate for SDBs of not less than 5 percent of the total value of prime contract awards for each fiscal year and of not less than 5 percent of the total value of subcontract awards for each year.

    Executive Order On Opportunities For Disadvantaged Businesses

  • Where feasible and con-sistent with the effective and efficient performance of its mission, each agency shall establish a goal of achieving a participation rate for SDBs of not less than 5 percent of the total value of prime contract awards for each fiscal year and of not less than 5 percent of the total value of subcontract awards for each year.

    Executive Order 13170 On Disadvantaged Businesses

  • Absolutely nothing in Pierce's background was con - sistent with the psychopathic killers they had dealt with before.

    Cat & Mouse

  • For a few seconds, she would work alone while he dealt with these per - sistent antagonists.

    True Names

  • Liberal ideas of freedom are far more widespread than the readiness to admit that one's ideas of freedom are liberal; which does not mean, of course, that the re pudiator of liberalism does not also hold ideas incon - sistent with his ideas of freedom.

    LIBERALISM

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