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I try to be frank and straightforward but I make it clear I am not a politican or a historian.
Although the prime focus of the book is naturally on Essex as politican and general, there is much that is illuminating on related areas.
1930 Aristide Briand French and German Briand's speech to the League Gustav politicians of Nations for a European Stresemann politican entity.
In response, he casts Milosevic ambiguously as a politican whose `search for renewed solidarity around a nationalist principle explains something of his readiness to treat the Kosovars as pawns in a power struggle in which he has sought to resist the one-world power aspirations of the United States' (Sharp, 60).
To paraphrase an eminent American politican, Barry Goldwater, I suggest that extremism in the analysis of archaeological patterns is no vice, but moderation in the pursuit of well-defined archaeological research issues is no virtue.
The lesson here is that in World War II one had to be a good politican as well as a good soldier, and Cantwell obviously could not be both.
The easier case is the politican whose extramarital sex life has some illegal or dangerous aspect (Buz Lukens or, again and always, JFK, who became involved with mafia moll Judith Campbell Exner) or clearly bears some relation to the job.
I do not foresee that any politican will lead us into giving up this automobile addiction in the near future, and yet there are huge benefits for doing so beyond the environmental ones.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi had cancelled the talks in reaction to the meeting between the Pakistani envoy to India and Kashmir politican leaders from the New Delhi-administered part of the disputed region.
CARDIFF Council's most experienced politican has been ousted from the Cabinet by the city's new leader.
Among the recipients will be a renowned choreographer, a respected academic, an expert in psychology, a medical pioneer and a politican.
A court has issued an arrest warrant for Suthep for his role in the ministry seizures and authorities have urged the veteran politican to surrender.
Originally named Villa Roque, the estate was built in 1902 by one of the era's most vaunted architects, George Tersling, for British politican Reginald McKenna.
Parliamentary Speaker's wife Bercow fired off a seven-word missive about Lord Alpine when frenzied speculation about an unknown politican accused of paedophilia was at its height.
Sheridan, who also starred in 50s comedy film Genevieve, is survived by her daughter, actress Jenny Hanley, who presented children's TV show Magpie, and politican son Sir Jeremy Hanley.