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August 5: Montenegro declares war on Austria-Hungary.
Who: Marc Morgenstern, executive director of Declare Yourself -- the nonpartisan youth voter initiative founded by television pioneer Norman Lear, which has registered more than a quarter million young voters so far for the 2008 campaign.
Contrary to widespread misconception, the power to declare war is tantamount to the power to make war.
All news divisions contacted stressed that much care, consideration and analysis of data goes into deciding to declare the winner of any particular state's election.
You need 15 percent bona fide purchasers to declare," Rozenholc noted.
said, "We are pleased to be able to declare these dividends in line with our Board's previously announced decision to authorize the Company to pay dividends on a monthly basis.
Forward-looking statements, including statements regarding future dividends on Loews Common Stock are inherently uncertain and subject to a variety of risks, including the Board's discretion not to declare future dividends or to declare future dividends at a reduced rate, that could cause actual results to differ materially from those expected by management of the Company.
In addition, in 2006 the Company may be required to declare a dividend related to 2005 taxable income to ensure continued compliance with the REIT rules requiring distribution of 90% of its taxable income.