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Antonyms for prewar

existing or belonging to a time before a war


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To illuminate the impact of prewar legacies and wartime mobilization on postwar civic engagement, she carefully chose two of the largest activities in Japan: the YMCA, which she chooses due to its Western origins (Ch.
TRIPOLI: Libya's oil production is set to reach 500,000 barrels per day by early October or nearly a third of prewar output, a senior source in the National Oil Corporation said Thursday.
In Teaching Holocaust, Educators Focus on Prewar Lives, Not Just Camps [JTA] Related: A Closer Reading of Roman Vishniac Out of Focus [Tablet Magazine]
BOTTOM: Decor in the shopping arcade on the German liner Deutschland resonates with the glamorous prewar liner age.
The first report details administration prewar statements that, according to the committee, "on numerous occasions, misrepresented the intelligence and the threat from Iraq." The second report details inappropriate, sensitive intelligence activities conducted by the Department of Defense's Office of the Undersecretary of Defense for Policy, without the knowledge of the Intelligence Community or the State Department.
1-bedroom, 650 sf condo in renovated prewar building; high ceilings, hardwood floors, newly renovated bath; building has laundry facilities and storage space; common charges $253; taxes $184; asking price $585,000; 20 weeks on the market.
The section of the report dealing with prewar public statements by the administration "is said to be a matter of such deep division and contention that it might never be completed," reported York.
And if any influence from prewar sculpture had carried over into postwar practice, it was that of Arp.
(10) All examine the prewar as well as the postwar period, providing a window onto the changing relationship between space and the formation of social and political capital over time.
Goss quickly indicated he was not going to stray from the White House line on Iraq, despite the widening disconnect between administration prewar claims and the reality on the ground.
The prewar photos are fascinating, showing a variety of aircraft, most of which were gone by 1941, although a few lingered to see action in the early months.
Out of the ten million minority populations of the prewar Polish Second Republic, about three million Polish citizens of Jewish faith perished as well as Ukrainians, Byelorussians, and Roma (Gypsies).
Bush recently told a group of GOP backers that those who question his prewar claims about the Iraqi threat are "revisionist historians." But by insisting that his Administration told the truth about Saddam Hussein's weapons of mass destruction, Bush becomes the revisionist.
The park's prewar population of 400 elephants has been reduced to 100.
Rather than ask, as many have before her, "What went wrong?" with Japan's prewar version of democracy (after the well-known essay by Edwin O.