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  • There has never been a stronger case for firm and united action by the governments of both India and Pakistan to cauterize the cancer in their midst.

    Shashi Tharoor: After the Horror

  • There has never been a stronger case for firm and united action by the governments of both India and Pakistan to cauterise the cancer in their midst.

    Shashi Tharoor: Keep up the spirit to fight

  • There has never been a stronger case for firm and united action by the governments of both India and Pakistan to cauterize the cancer in their midst.

    Shashi Tharoor: Terrorism in Mumbai: Is It All Over for India?

  • Materials for a powerful combination existed in different parts of the kingdom, and they were now brought together for united action.

    The Great Events by Famous Historians, Volume 11

  • The English colonies had meditated the annexation of the French, and they resented that the king's government undertook the expedition, to deprive them of the opportunity for united action.

    Lectures on the French Revolution

  • By persistent, united action for one party during this Presidential canvass, the women suffragists of the nation will make themselves felt as a power by both.

    History of Woman Suffrage, Volume II

  • By united action, through the agency of the Conunonwealth, this large and growing population will have secured for itself, when the great work is completed, the priceless possession of a supply of Avater excellent in quality, ample for the needs of the district for many years to come, and at a cost far less than would have been necessary without such concert of action, and which in proportion to the population will decrease from year to yeav.

    Acts and resolves passed by the General Court

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