This environment, if interacted with, in an attempt by the invading
, using the tools of stability apparatus i.
Two options in the Pentagon's war games are invading
Iran or bombing the nuclear facilities.
Thus the first Bush administration left Saddam Hussein in power, not because Bush 41 was squeamish about invading
Baghdad, but because the U.
They were arrested after invading
the stage hours after Putin's investiture, for a second four-year term, in the nearby Kremlin.
AN ancient boundary stone, buried before World War II because its information could help invading
troops, has been unearthed near a place called No Man's Land.
His brutal killing (and gassing) of Kurds was carried out because they were in open rebellion against him and in effective or actual complicity with invading
Iranians during the Iran-Iraq War.
Iraq would probably lead to more terrorism rather than less.
Udder-like clusters of inflated pink rubber gloves and loud intermittent croaking -- perhaps emitted by some of the American bullfrogs currently invading
France -- evoke the presence of teeming nature in a bucolic pond setting where flattened patches of straw among reeds suggest recent amorous activities [Le nid des deesses Mappa by Duthoit & Barbier of Hemisphere, France].
People climbed on the Soviet tanks arguing with those inside, and bands of young Czechs attempted to fight the invading
tanks with guns and sticks.
Therefore, in his judicial opinion, such laws do not justify invading
a person's privacy.
animals and plants can crowd out the native flora and fauna, wreaking havoc on entire ecosystems.
Grenada was apparently the only very small country Ronald Reagan could find that needed invading
-- although, to give credit where credit is due, not many people knew that Grenada needed invading
before Reagan invaded it.