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A viable and functional solution to the Cyprus problem that will terminate occupation and genuinely reunify our homeland must inevitably be consistent with the EU acquis communautaire and with the fundamental principles and values on which the European Union is founded, such as respect for human rights and basic freedoms," it said.
Math Challenge" is a definitive and effective presentation of every fundamental principle of an early and basic mathematical education in a fun and engaging format for children in grades 4-6, and is very strongly recommended to teachers, parents and librarians for their education and reference DVD collections.
Nor does the lesson discuss the difference between a fundamental principle and a personal desire or between legal protest, civil disobedience, and purely criminal activity, much less the threats that each poses to a democratic society.
The fundamental principle of the universe, that life exists at the expense of other life, is the author's intellectual rationale for participating in the rural hunting traditions of his father-in-law and their friends.
Chin points out, "The first fundamental principle of feng shui is integration with nature.
The FBI, tapped to coordinate the UCR Program in 1930, worked to foster this fundamental principle, helping the Program to grow in participation and refine its methods for data collection, analysis, and publication.
The enormous power of this fundamental principle, the dynamis that light unleashes, seems for a moment, for a flash, to be captured in the other two works in the exhibition, taken from the 2002 "Burning" series.
In chapter 3, the author investigates how Gentile developed the fundamental principle on which all medicine rested, viz.
administration openly defies and challenges this fundamental principle under two pretexts.
Miller supports this view, describing Pinchot's own transformation in coming to understand ecology as a fundamental principle of forestry.
The fundamental principle that must guide the decisions of the industry is our duty to serve the sellers and buyers to the greatest possible degree.
is something that people fight for: this is a fundamental principle of our society (.
That fundamental principle has contributed to his success, as he expects 2001 revenues to top $6 million, serving as products distributor to clients such as Lear Corp.
Unfortunately, Washington lost sight of that fundamental principle of representative government in its zeal to get to the bottom of the Watergate scandal.
6, 1993, and Territory Panel with Stigmatized Self-portrait and Abstract Forms, 1992-93--exemplify the fundamental principle of this sort of project: shit and piss are primarily synecdochal, only secondarily metaphorical.
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