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Our aim is to reassert civil administration to be followed immediately by development in areas dominated by Naxalites for quite some years," Chidambaram said.
First came the various forms of Romanticism and Idealism, which protested the social and environmental costs of industrialisation and science's narrow reality, and attempted to reassert the subjective and the spiritual.
Pointing to how prices in some sectors, such as the supermarkets' budget own-label ranges and clothing, had plummeted, Hayward added: "It is probably time to reassert what value really means
It is, after all, one way to reassert his own Alpha male status in the household.
Harmon Meadow was a breakthrough in suburban real estate development when it was first constructed and is now undergoing a reinvention that will reassert its importance in the region," said Mr.
For that the victim still had to take his case to the Church, but the cuckold who had once been considered helpless before his wife's sexuality now had "a chance to reassert his power and turn the tables on his wife's lover" (174).
Summarizing the real issue, we asked: "Will President Bush continue to kowtow to the demands of internationalist insiders by sacrificing American sovereignty at every opportunity, or will he reassert American independence and move to withdraw the United States from the United Nations, the WTO, the FTAA, and all the other sovereignty-snuffing international organizations we're entangled with?
I think there is in those changes a desire to reassert a theology of the priesthood and the role the priest plays in the life of the church.
As Greens we reassert the need for a United Nations-mandated international peacekeeping force to protect populations and we congratulate peace activists who have come from everywhere in the world, such as Jose Bove and many others from Italy and many other countries, amongst whom several are Greens, to support their Israeli and Palestinian friends.
You hold in your hands the tools necessary to reassert the CPA's proper place in the court of public opinion.
In cases where entire communes in the northwest, west, and the south filed petitions for consolidation of their land in conformity with the Stolypin Reforms, Pallot uncovers their "hidden transcripts," as James Scott would have it, to demonstrate that peasants were actually resisting the reforms and trying to reassert control over the disposition of land against the wishes of individuals petitioning for separation from the commune.
A GOAL from Jonathan Cross after 21 minutes proved sufficient to yield maximum points for the impressive Bay as they bounced back from Saturday's 2-1 home defeat by Bishop Auckland to reassert their premier division challenge.
But City Councillors believed it was important to reassert Leicester's commitment to racial tolerance.
Materials suppliers appeared to reassert themselves at the show after years of declining participation.
And, far from being an occasion for Washington to reassert its hegemony over Europe, Kosovo appears to have boosted Europe's independence.