Land of Opportunity


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land of opportunity for bankers and members of parliament.
He said, 'We see Southern Oregon as the land of opportunity.
America because it is the land of opportunity and I think it would be better for the children.
And, there's still billions of people around the world who want to come here, and they want to come here because they know that this is--for all our problems--still the land of opportunity.
Aaron Brickman, director of Invest in America, the US Government body set up to manage foreign investment promotion in the country, said: "It's really the land of opportunity where dreams are made - but it doesn't work for everybody.
Welcoming Dubai as the new sponsor of the Dewhurst Stakes, Stephen Wallis, managing director of Newmarket Racecourses said: "Dubai has already proven itself as a land of opportunity for horse racing, and we are very pleased to welcome Dubai as our sponsor for the Dewhurst Stakes.
Vividly illustrated with full color, mural-style artwork, Sweet Land of Liberty is a true story of patriotism and love for the qualities that make America a land of opportunity.
Mehar relays his story poignantly, and his tale is one to inspire others to make the best of the land of opportunity.
He knew that this was the land of opportunity and, with hard work and determination, you could become anything you wanted to be.
Susan Starr Sered and Rushika Fernandopulle, Uninsured in America: Life and Death in the Land of Opportunity.
They endure terrible desert heat and even snakebite, manage to escape the smugglers, and finally make it to "the land of opportunity," where work as a migrant field laborer beckons.
He entered the Land of Opportunity before racist immigration restrictions were passed in the 1920s.
There is a lot to like about the US, but there is also a disturbing gulf between the rhetoric of freedom and democracy and the American Dream - pride in the land of opportunity and the finest nation on earth - and the reality, for many, of grinding urban poverty and racial divide.
WE often hear about California's anti-business climate and its crumbling infrastructure, but for all the state's faults, it's still the land of opportunity that it's always been.
In 1990, the Walther family packed up all their belongings in Germany and headed for the real land of opportunity, Northern Ontario, Canada.