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move mountains: perform miracles

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  • perform miracles
  • work wonders
  • do the impossible
  • achieve the impossible

move mountains: make every effort

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In the mountains, the interior plateau of the eastern horn of the mountains and those south of Mokolo were sparsely occupied by montagnards, leaving room, especially in the latter area and before the nineteenth-century jihad, for Fulani pastoralists (Mohammadou 1988: 125, 257).
Lemercier, Chants heroiques des montagnards et matelots grecs, traduits en vers frangais, Paris 1824, pp.
not hundreds, of Montagnards who have been imprisoned since 2001, as
Aunque no surtio efecto inmediato alguno, esta ofensiva girondina en el ambito agrario contribuyo probablemente a atraer la atencion de los Montagnards *, hasta entonces mas preocupados por las subsistencias.
Special Forces in Vietnam, for example, were assisted by Gerald Hickey in working with the Montagnards.
He does not seek to justify but rather rationalizes Condorcet's voting record (which attracted criticism from Girondins and Montagnards alike) and occasional guilty silences (which have earned the criticism of historians), placing them in the context of the inexorable events that led to the death of the king.
He also helped evacuate native Montagnards during the siege of Khe Sanh.
The Gecko tour provides a cross cultural experience with the Ede, Flower H'mong, ethnic Lao and M'nong tribes which really brings the montagnards to life.
En Europe on porte culottes, a l'exception des montagnards ecossais:
The government of Vietnam blames unrest among, the Montagnards on the MFI.
Apparently at the request of the Government, many of the Montagnards who fled to Cambodia during this period were repatriated by Cambodian authorities with no consideration given to their allegations of abuse in Vietnam or requests for refugee status.
Generally speaking, the Montagnards contributed little to the war effort, and their outposts were easily overrun by the Vietcong whenever it served their purposes to do so.
Also included are vignettes about nurses, MIAs and POWs, refugees, mud heart wrenching accounts of the plight of Amerasians and Montagnards.
Special Forces teams training Montagnards (as well as certain minority groups in the Delta), with eleven more teams on the way.
We continue to be troubled by reported harsh persecution of the Montagnards in the Central Highlands, and we have been frustrated at the Vietnamese government's refusal to allow us reasonable access to the region for further investigation.