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It is fair to say that the once far-reaching Gulf Air, will never again hold its position of aviation pre-eminence and most likely will remain as largely a regional player, with a few major international attachments.
Thomas Sanderson London W4 Howard Wright replies: Despair is the only feeling I can share with Mr Sanderson, who somehow equates standardisation of stalls numbering with a loss of British racing's pre-eminence, and to further weaken his argument throws in unjustifiable remarks about Jamie Stier.
However, the spirit of the treaty and the pre-eminence of the social sphere have a tangible impact on internal market matters.
Among his topics are Europe's loss of scientific pre-eminence, the Lisbon Strategy, research infrastructures, science in society, rerouting, and the future bound by imagination.
LAHORE, June 15, 2010 (Frontier Star): Admiral Noman Bashir, Chief of the Naval Staff has highlighted that in the present era, asymmetric threat has gained pre-eminence thereby significantly enhancing the spectrum of illegal activities at sea adding that Pakistan Navy is in a major phase of transition towards indigenous construction.
Next year's IPL has been shifted to start in March, which will at least avoid a clash with the English domestic season, and staging it in a slot away from international scheduling appears to be the only way to preserve the pre-eminence of Test cricket.
Next year's IPL has been shifted to start in March, which will avoid a clash with the English season, and staging it in a slot away from international scheduling appears to be the only way to preserve the pre-eminence of Test cricket.
Das Developmental Disabilities Center, University of Alberta, Canada) reviews existing knowledge in the field of reading disabilities and dyslexia, giving pre-eminence to the planning- attention-simultaneous-successive (PASS) theory of cognitive processes.
France's sports minister, Bernard Laporte has said that the football pre-eminence of England is getting out of hand and that Brussels needed to get involved and "referee the situation".
In this document, the Association of American Universities offers a series of research and technology policy recommendations that would help our nation to continue its global pre-eminence in science and high technology, improve the quality of life and national security of our citizens, and speed our nation's economic recovery.
Chief executive Gordon McKie said: "Yesterday's decision will have the potential capacity to diminish the pre-eminence of international rugby.
London has been an extraordinarily successful world city over the past decade, comparable always to New York, Tokyo, Singapore, but with an ever stronger claim today to pre-eminence among them, with more and more people arguing that London is now the world's capital city.
Even the BNP want to see the pre-eminence of the Welsh language and presumably, along with Welsh Liberal, Welsh Conservative and Plaid Llafur wish to see the continuation of the apartheid system of oppression in Wales.
Paul's word that personal spiritual purification is necessary to receive worthily the Body and Blood of Christ; sermons which avoid dealing with basic moral truths, or do not state them clearly; widespread doctrinal dissent among American and Canadian professors and teachers; less recourse to old popular devotions; throwing away, as it were, the laws on fasting and abstinence, which advertised Catholicism and also brought home the need for penitence and the awareness of the meaning of Friday, and, perhaps the most serious of all, the changes in our churches, the removal of the Blessed Sacrament from pre-eminence in the church, and the hiding of it in niches or small rooms.
speak about their desire to "preserve America's military pre-eminence in the coming decades.