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Patriot

 

a daily Indian newspaper published in English in Delhi. Founded in 1963, Patriot is intended for the progressive public. Circulation, 46,000 (1976).

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"Kuwait is part of Patriot's current family of 12 nations that have already selected Patriot as the cornerstone of their air and missile defense strategy.
Hatfield called the decision a "welcomed development" on the way to Patriot's reorganization.
NATO is planning to deploy six patriot batteries at the request of Turkey to protect the country from long-range missiles.
Business owners signing up for Patriot PAY and TIME can add on MY Patriot for their employees.
In conjunction with Raytheon, a new five year agreement stipulates further development and production of the Patriot visualisation subsystem.
Patriot recognized that recent zoning changes which allow a change of use from manufacturing to residen tial, along with the opening of the Hudson River Park, have spurred economic development in this Manhattan sub-market.
Due to the vessel having engine problems, the MV Global Patriot shifted its arrival date to the right.
How might the FBI agent answer those concerns about the Patriot Act?
Michels destroyed three opponents in the September primary, and Gillespie came to Milwaukee to boost his campaign, telling the media that Feingold was "eminently beatable." Michels then hammered the PATRIOT theme in two new ads.
While the House did not agree to restrictions on those provisions, lawmakers did approve nearly all of 20 amendments offered as part of the Patriot Act proposal.
Patriot missile operations were conducted on an extremely dense and complex battlefield where more than 41,000 sorties were flown by coalition air forces.
One of the most significant controversies that will have to be addressed over the next year is the fate of the 2001 counter-terrorism bill known as the Patriot Act.