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true crisis

Temperature drop accompanied by a fall in the pulse rate.
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With an understanding of the true crisis, it is now possible to identify strategic decisions that may need to be made.
Syria's true crisis lies in the nature of the regime that has been ruling Syria for four decades now," Abdel Halim Khaddam told the newspaper Al Sharq Al Awsaat.
Bulani said, "al Qaeda is suffering a true crisis after the arrest of prominent leaders in the field.
From my point of view, we have moved steadily past hard times for our schools to a true crisis in our ability to provide the education our children must have to succeed.
Therefore, having plans in place and teams trained is clearly not enough to build the kind of reflexes the organization needs to face up to a true crisis.
In his opening speech, theAaformer president of the Arab Summit, Emir of Qatar Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani, saidAa Arab common action is facing a true crisis which cannot be ignored or circumvented.
It was undignified but it was an expression of the true crisis being experienced by the Jewish state, in its relations not only with Ankara, but also with Europe, where the accusation of anti-Semitism has a smaller impact today on public opinion, after the massacres committed and being committed by the Israeli "Defense Forces.
Recently, this subject has been renewed with more graveness, backed with tangible evidence that is signaling a true crisis among Lebanon's newspapers, even if it is still an "underground" concern.
The very first time we are faced with a true crisis within the EU, the whole federal driven project is shown to be fundamentally flawed.
Also lost in the flood of campaign promises is the housing bubble's true crisis, which barely anyone in Washington cares to mention.