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a critical combination of events or circumstances

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"I hope that my visit will aid in the further strengthening of public freedom, at a conjuncture where the country has had to face important challenges, including the recent and tragic Easter terrorist attacks." class="x_Bodyspan lang="EN-GBThe Special Rapporteur will visit Colombo, along with provinces in the North, South and East of the country.
His topics include Paul of Tarsus: thinker of the conjuncture, Alexandre Mather on on militant reason and the intellectual love of God, Marxist encounter with the philosophy of Gilles Deleuze, Marxist wisdom: Antonio Negri on the Book of Job, and Islamophobia and self-emancipation.
Next year, a decision will be made on the construction of a new unit for the primary processing of oil (ELOU-AVT) at the Heydar Aliyev Baku Oil Refinery, David Mammadov, SOCAR vice-president for refining, told reporters on the sidelines of a conference on "Oil Refining and Petrochemistry of the Caspian Sea and Central Asia - Conjuncture, Projects Implementation, Technical Solutions" in Baku,Trendreports.
The new big idea for Europe had to be daring and with the necessary civil resonance, and had to stand slightly apart from the political conjuncture. Otherwise, it would depend on all political turbulences, Donchev said.
In her speech, the head of the Turkmen delegation noted that due to the science-based policy of the Head of State, Turkmenistan has created a solid legislative base for scientific and technological progress and innovation, ensuring sustainable economic growth, financial and social stability, timely response to external challenges and changes in the world economic conjuncture.
Outdoor skills will be taught in conjuncture with air rifle but it is not mandatory.
During superior conjuncture of Uranus, the centre of three celestial objects (sun, earth and Uranus) will be aligned on straight line.
(TAP) -- The trade deficit widened, at the end of the 11 months of 2017, to reach a historical highest level, 14,362MDT against 11,628MDT, a year before, said the Central Bank of Tunisia (BCT), Thursday, in a note of economic conjuncture.
'Despite the challenges presented by the political conjuncture, we will sustain the momentum of pursuing reforms in the health, women and gender struggles,' Hontiveros said in a statement on Wednesday.
One character in this unfolding drama is the single-family house, a ubiquitous feature of the North American urban landscape, but one with special significance in the current conjuncture. In his new and timely book The Death and Life of the Single-Family House: Lessons from Vancouver on Building a Livable City University of British Columbia sociologist Nathanael Lauster traces the rise of the single-family house and in the process unpacks how this current conjuncture came about, how urban residents are coping, and what can be learned.
The IMFC will have an opportunity to discuss the global conjuncture and challenges, as well as the strategic direction of the Fund, at its next meeting on April 15-16, 2016 in Washington, D.C."
There have been times over the last five years, and particularly in the last year or two, when we have seemed to glimpse the beginning of the end of the austerity conjuncture in Europe.
The first is that the international and regional conjuncture favored the AKP.
Neumann, in conjuncture with SAE Dubai, is set to host an experiential day on November 20, 2014 at the SAE Campus in Dubai.
In conjuncture with improved absorption rates, Midtown's leasing activity rose from 8.63 million square feet to 7.37 million square feet since the same time last year; Midtown South saw a jump as well, from 2.10 million to 3.41 million.