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pact

an agreement or compact between two or more parties, nations, etc., for mutual advantage

Pact

 

a term denoting various types of international agreements, usually dealing with such important political questions as mutual or collective security, mutual assistance, and nonaggression.

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Last year,Johnnie Walker announced its intention to gather five million Join The Pact commitments by 2018 and has since passed the halfway mark, with almost 2.
We then developed a structured interview guide to use in follow-up interviews with the goal of identifying key structural elements of PACT implementation, developed based on review of site visit interview transcripts, field notes taken during observations at PACT training events, VHA PACT-related e-mail communications, examination of PACT tracking measures used by VHA, and review of existing medical home assessment tools outside VHA, and feedback from clinical operations partners in the VISN.
I am proud to be involved with PACT but these actions by the South Wales Police are somewhat of a kick in the teeth.
Meanwhile, South Korean President Lee Myung Bak on Monday rebuked officials for the mishandling of the pact with Japan, presidential spokesman Park Jeong Ha said in a news briefing.
The Syrian premier, accompanied by Rizkalla Antaky, the Syrian Minister of Economy, and a number of experts, are due to visit Baghdad in the immediate future to negotiate a military defence pact and a trade and economic agreement with Iraq, according to a reliable diplomatic source here.
If we see that there is a lot of work to be done before the final draft of the Pact is ready, then it will be voted on after the elections, which is probably a normal step so that we can be sure that political passions won't affect something that we want to make part of our most important law," he explained.
security pact has never ceased to encourage controversy among Lebanese political groups.
Japan has maintained the non-nuclear principles of not possessing, producing or allowing nuclear weapons on its territory, but the secret nuclear pact effectively led Japan to allow port calls by U.
In this exploratory study, we examine how the PACT impacted pre-service teachers' academic and personal lives.
The pact must still be passed by the Iraqi parliament, but the government is confident it will achieve this by the end of the month.
Definitely, this is a historic day for Iraqi-American relations," Zebari told reporters after exchanging signed copies of the pact with Crocker.
frame strategic pact in the parliament's schedule, but not the security pact.