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|An Engaging ESL Textbook for Advanced Students Eric H. Roth, Toni Aberson. “|
our elections are free; it's in the results where eventually we pay.” bill Stern (1907
–1971), sports announcer ...
|Our. elections are free; it's in the results where eventually we pay. Bill Stern, 1907|
–1971 sportscaster. W. e are so concerned to flatter the majority that we lose
sight of how often it is necessary, in order to preserve freedom for the minority, ...
|Lippmann, Walter Giving every man a vote has no more made men wise and free |
than Christianity has made them good. - Mencken, H. L. ... Shirer, William L. Our
elections are free -- it's in the results where eventually we pay. - Stern, Bill It's not
|We feel that this hemisphere can only be secure and free with democratic |
governments. ... On July 23 Haya de la Torre called a general strike; its failure
implied popular acquiescence in the military regime. ... situation which could not
be reversed—and that, when we accepted the situation, as eventually we must,
we might seem to be suffering a defeat. ... set forth the steps taken to restore civil
liberties and promised solemnly to hold free elections within a year and abide by
|On 10th February, 1882, THE FIRST MINISTER MADE THIS STATEMENT : — |
We have not forgotten the promise ... or will be expended in building the
Canadian Pacific Railway, not one shilling of this burden will fall on our
shoulders, ... We will be free from the whole amount of that debt. ... THE FIRST
MINISTER SAID: — It was the policy of the Government that the country should
pay for its own railway.
|Instead, the analysis has produced a rather mixed picture, revealing remarkably |
diverging results in the four dimensions. In order to contextualize the various
findings appropriately, it is now imperative to compare Golkar's institutional
assets and liabilities with those of its electoral competitors. ... First, however, we
need to turn our attention to Golkar's electoral rivals. ... of Justice in order to
contest Indonesia's first free elections in 40 years, but only 48 of them were
eventually allowed to ...
|Burroughs Names Five Officers DETROIT — Burroughs Corp. has elected five |
corporate vice-presidents. ... commercial services, said “our initial thrust will be in
the financial planning and modeling area, where we have a proven product.
Eventually, we will offer data base applications and further planning tools. ... But
more important than statistics are results. ... the CDC Investigating Payments
MINNEAPOLIS — Control Data Corp. disclosed its has uncovered “questionable”
|We believe that the safety and security of neighbouring countries are an Iraqi |
priority because this will help us build a free ... This stability will eventually
contribute to regional stability. ... We believe that such plans must be discussed
when there is a free, democratic, and pluralistic Iraq. ... fears and reservations
about the results of this political pro- cess whether it pertains to the constitution or
|The police had arrested the culprits on their regular spot of the street, and our |
friend had taken his property back. Eventually, the young guys would have to
serve three days of community service on the side of the streets. ... It's something I
did for free that didn't affect me in any way; I never asked the organization to pay
me for what I did. ... On the afternoon of Election Day, we all believed that Dr.
Eugene could beat the other candidates; as a matter of fact, he was the candidate
|Eventually, another war will break out. In many countries, we have helped |
monitor democratic elections, to assure that they are honest, fair, and safe, and
that the results are ... In a few cases, free elections provide an alternative. ... Our
initial invitation to serve as monitors often comes from a ruling party that has
achieved office through military force and wants us to authenticate its democratic
victory, which ...