Not in my name do you invade
any more Muslim nations in the name of making America safe.
The leader of a smaller European country tried to invade
The war had its origins in July 1990, when Hussein openly threatened to invade
Kuwait if it did not change its policy of selling oil below market prices, which the Iraqi dictator claimed was costing Iraq revenue.
What Charos didn't know at the time was that he was treating one of the earliest victims of West Nile virus (nonliving particle that invades
and reproduces in a living cell) in the U.
In the summer of 1990, for instance, he was a junior CIA analyst dashing off prescient, but largely disregarded, memos predicting that Saddam Hussein would invade
The exercise is a smokescreen to enable UNICEF to invade
the very interface between children and their parents.
The general power of appointment martial trust qualifies for the marital deduction and grants the surviving spouse the power to invade
or, in general, appoint the trust principal and income.
If you could invade
other countries bloodlessly, would this lead to a greater temptation to invade
2) The propensity of adenoid cystic carcinoma of the parotid gland to invade
peripheral nerves was first described by Quattlebaum in 1946.
But most Los Angeles-area Democrats who voted in October 2002 to give President Bush the green light to invade
Iraq sidestepped that hypothetical question - which even Sen.
Gardening books recommend these East Asian, shade-tolerant border plants because the 10-inch clumps of vegetation "don't creep"--that is, invade
He says that if John Sharpe, a 65-year-old divorced father of two, can use such material in good conscience then why should the court invade