United States government

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the executive and legislative and judicial branches of the federal government of the United States

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Pennant will immediately begin the process of contacting its clients to inform them that it will pursue the United States government guarantee through the USDA.
Washington : The United States government yesterday released a detailed assessment report of the chemical weapons attack which took place on the outskirts of Damascus on August 21.
Geneva) – The United States government should promptly carry out the recommendations of a United Nations committee of experts to improve protection of children abroad from armed conflict.
In these letters, the United States Government extended its apology that appropriate procedures for expedited screening of dignitaries had not been followed.
Sound: Birmingham City Council has a better credit rating than the United States government, allowing it to negotaite lower interest rates.
BEIRUT: The United States government delivered 100 two-and-a-half ton cargo trucks to the Lebanese Armed Forces (LAF) the week of December 22, 2007, a statement issued by the US Embassy said on Wednesday.
Mexico's President-elect Felipe Calderon absurdly urged the United States government to supply Mexico with new roads and development instead of building a border fence to prevent would-be illegal immigrants from entering our country.
Because the rest of the world needs to understand what happened and the rest of the world needs to focus on an ultimate resolution of the genocide, which is recognition by the United States government and the Turkish government.
As a group, the disabled veterans of the First World War made unique demands upon the United States government.
Conley (who is an enrolled member of the United Keetoowah Band of Cherokees and lives in Tahlequah, Oklahoma) provides the reader with a documented historical survey of the Cherokee people from their origins in the Old South, through forced relocation west along the infamous "Trail of Tears", to the formation of a sovereign government which negotiated treaties with the United States government.
The reason it is a flim-flam is that throughout its history, to the extent that it invested in anything, it invested in United States government bonds.
The report was announced the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, at a joint press conference of the World Health Organization, the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS, the United States Government, and the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria.
The United States government forecasts that, by 2020, the demand for registered nurses is expected to have increased by 40% while number of nurses will have risen by just 6%.
Sitka, Alaska, USA, should not receive damages from the United States government according to a January 28 ruling by a federal judge despite winning a breach of contract suit against the U.
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