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  • But we think there is a way forward where the iconic value of the Kokoda Trail can be protected, preserved and enhanced, where PNG can develop from the - can benefit from the tourism potential of that and of course a detailed arrangement so far as minerals development is concerned, is a matter for the PNG government.

    Joint Press Conference with the Indonesian Foreign Minister - Transcript - The Hon Stephen Smith MP, Minister for Foreign Affairs

  • The only hope of reaching the Russian capital lay, therefore, with the Panzers of the 3rd and 4th Gruppen in their approach from the northwest, and with Kluge's 4th Army, edging its way forward astride the Smolensk-Moscow highway.

    Barbarossa

  • "What's a dipsas?" she asked Chem, who was now picking her way forward again.

    Dragon on a Pedestal

  • The way forward on both sides of the wall is difficult and full of pot-holes and one keeps making mistakes. '

    To The Hilt

  • Leibstandarte and SS Das Reich, both of which had ground their way forward to a depth of about four miles on the right of the 48th Panzer Corps.

    Barbarossa

  • Meanwhile, a bipartisan commission known as the Iraq Study Group, led by former Secretary of State James Baker and former chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee Lee Hamilton, set up to try to forge a new consensus on Iraq, proposed a way forward that would force the Iraqi army to take over primary responsibility for combat operations.

    In the Shadow of the Oval Office

  • So it was no major surprise when twenty-year-old Marianne Riley from Burkittsville, Maryland, started making none-too-subtle goo-goo eyes at him and touching him in the way forward girls sometimes do.

    Cross

  • He began to make his way forward again, arriving in the control position with the fire-engine red door of the box closed and waiting.

    Behold the Stars

  • And this current was given an intellectual architecture by the Egyptian writer Sayyid Qutb, who claimed that much of the Middle East was living in a state of pagan ignorance, and that the way forward for Muslims besieged by the Western ideologies of socialism, capitalism, and secularism was an Islam that informed every aspect of life.

    The Longest War

  • The 1st Panzer had lost so many tanks that there was only one battalion left with over 50 percent effective strength, yet it gradually inched its way forward during the day, and by 4 P.M. had scaled "Height 167," a hill of about 450 feet and the highest point in the Dudergof ridge.

    Barbarossa

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