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NASA's TRMM satellite captured rainfall data of Bopha and noticed "Hot Tower" thunderstorms as it was intensifying from a tropical storm into a typhoon.
Hague said that Britain was not calling for military action, and stressed that they "believe in intensifying the peaceful, legitimate pressure on Iran.
With the resumption of Parliament on September 18, amid the pledge by Prime Minister Stephen Harper of an imminent vote on whether to re-open the same-sex "marriage" issue, Catholics and pro-family Canadians in general are being reminded of the importance of intensifying their lobbying efforts in support of traditional marriage.
This is not good news for Phillips, who argues that the United States (like the Roman, Spanish, Dutch, and British empires) exhibits several signs of the religious fervor associated with a dying power, including: "widespread concern over cultural and economic decay," an intensifying "church-state relationship," a downplaying of reason and science, and a growing expectation of some apocalyptic event.
The wrath of intensifying hurricanes and typhoons stoked by warming oceans has already devastated parts of the subtropics.
c intensifying the already-heavy bombing of Japanese cities.
Despite a huge propaganda effort to convince the world that China is becoming much more open and free since the June 1989 Tiananmen Square massacre, religious persecution has been intensifying.
From childhood through adolescence, budding readers display gradually intensifying neural activity in parts of the brain's left hemisphere that discern relationships between sounds and letters, say neuroscientist Guinevere Eden of Georgetown University in Washington, D.
Even as diplomats from Washington to Moscow shuttled from capital to capital carrying the outlines of a settlement, the United States and NATO vowed to keep intensifying the attacks, which continued for a 45th day.
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In the investment market, Summer reports that competition between investors is intensifying as a result of property values increasing.
Intensifying Competition from Smaller Independent UPS Manufacturers to Result in Innovative Marketing Strategies
The food control department has drawn up a plan to meet the requirements of the Eid Al Fitr holidays, by intensifying inspections in food establishments across Dubai.
Susan Jacoby, director of the Center for Inquiry-Metro New York, a group that promotes the separation of church and state, wrote on the Op-Ed page of The Times in January that "the trial undermined the merging accommodation between religion and science by intensifying the fundamentalists' conviction that acceptance of evolution would inevitably weaken any type of faith.
We have made clear that our information from a variety of sources clearly suggests that Milosevic is intensifying his threats against Montenegro,'' said State Department spokesman James Rubin.