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denoting a surface on which any two points can be joined without crossing an edge
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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Foreign Minister Avidgor Lieberman, President Shimon Peres and Defense Minister Ehud Barak were set to telephone their counterparts abroad -- especially the five permanent members of the Security Council - to stress what they said was its bias and one-sidedness, the left-leaning Haaretz daily said Wednesday.
While acknowledging that "coalitions and parliamentary government" form only one part of the study, Potter justifies his charge of one-sidedness almost entirely in that sphere.
Eighth: After this incident and the terrorist incidents that preceded it, we were demanding the necessary activation of the roles of the mosque, the home and the school, that they should be established on bases of reconciliation and forgiveness, and under responsible supervision in terms of correcting false ideas among the youth, in order to build a healthy society that would reject one-sidedness, exclusivism and the hatred of those who hold different opinions.
There is one other thing that's very noticeable--the one-sidedness of your photos and interviews.
What sets Sweden vs Bulgaria apart from the bad streaks other teams might experience is the sheer one-sidedness of it all.
The crude one-sidedness of the broadcast coverage even drew a protest last week, with several hundred demonstrators gathering outside broadcasting headquarters in Tehran to chant against "anti-national radio and television.
The new balance transmits the successful concept of the Social Market Economy to political theory by freeing thoughts from one-sidedness and putting thoughts into a supplementary correlation.
Belgium) conceive of global ethics as the search to move beyond relativism toward a renewed conception of ethics for late-modern society and the attempt to grapple with such global problems as the one-sidedness of "economic globalization," the generalized environmental crisis, worldwide social and cultural disintegration, the rise of racisms and xenophobia, the disruption of social protection, and the growth of media dictated mass consumption.
Naturally, Auping is always available to explain its side of the story in order to offer editors/journalists the opportunity to qualify the one-sidedness of Phi-ton's media reports.
For the basic dimensions represent aspects of human being which few completely exemplify and in which few find any balance; most achieve only a polar one-sidedness.
If Indian forces are to prevail, they must avoid perceptions of one-sidedness.
The errors they catalogue span a very wide spectrum: inaccuracies, misinterpretations, distortions, exaggerations, oversimplications, equivocations, superficialities, incoherences, irrelevancies, and one-sidedness.