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Religiousleaders who enjoy tax exemptions should surely understand that.
Shortly, you will receive a formal invitation from Senator Bob Dole, ranking Republicanleader in the Senate.
The Dalai Lama is considered Tibet's spiritualleader, since he holds the highest position within the dominant Gelugpa ("Yellow Hat") sect.
The NYT lead says that, armed with polls and the support of many scientists and militaryleaders, the Democrats are threatening to bring the Senate to a standstill unless Republicans agree to hold hearings on the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty, which 152 other nations have already signed and which President Clinton signed and sent on to the Senate in 1996.
Hillary's Base Motives The Washington Post and Los Angeles Times lead with the decision by Republican congressionalleaders to meet today with President Clinton at the White House in an attempt to resolve the partisan budget differences which have left the government operating under a temporary spending bill, which expires this week.
The WP lead reports that in separate meetings Secretary of State Albright privately scolded Israel and Palestinianleaders, telling them she is "sick and tired of hearing you give me a pile full of complaints about the other guy."
There are certain staple Hong Kong turnover details every paper tells us: that Jiang Zemin is the first sitting Chineseleader to visit the colony, that Madeleine Albright snubbed the Chinese, that the Chinese snubbed the British, and that the Chinese are saying they will preserve Hong Kong's free economy and open political system for fifty years.
(1/23) Israeli President Benjamin Netanyahu met privately with evangelical Christianleaders , many of whom oppose President Clinton.
Because of your past support, Girl Scouts has been able to reach out to more of our futureleaders-our girls.
In paragraph two, the NYT draws a portentous parallel between the teetering Clinton and Richard Nixon, who met with Sovietleader Leonid Brezhnev in 1974 in Moscow.
A WP inside piece says that none of the six Arableaders Albright consulted with expressed outright opposition to the use of force versus Iraq, and that several were considerably more supportive in private.
The document, says the paper, took 11 years to prepare, and was greeted coolly by Jewishleaders.
Both the NYT and LAT emphasize that Indonesian president Suharto has received more international attention, in the form of visits from U.S. and IMF delegations and calls from numerous foreignleaders, than he has in years, and that he seems to be responding with a real austerity pledge, including the postponement of several major government investments in the dubious projects of family members.
Cryovac is a globalleader in specialty packaging systems technology.
The Wall Street Journal reports that China, worried that Avon, Amway, Mary Kay and other direct marketers are building "ideologically charged sales networks" headed up by "charismaticleaders," has issued an immediate ban on door-to-door sales.
And the fall of Cambodia, which fell all the way back to the Stone Age, and Laos, countries that might not have fallen if the United States had maintained a relatively small military force in South Vietnam and provided serious amounts of aid to non-Communistleaders.
Talking to clinicians such as neonatologist Dr Carl Kuschel and NW clinicalleader Dr Rob Buist last week, it seems that some of those issues have now been resolved.
Political leaders, union leaders, and corporateleaders alike have all publicly attacked the deal as effectively British imperialism.
We can and should be proud that the IU School of Dentistry is positioned to remain an internationalleader in these challenging times facing health care.
It's the wizard pastime, something like three games of lacrosse played simultaneously on broomsticks, with magic balls), and a naturalleader among his peers.
Seems that at the Madrid NATO meetings, while Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien was kept waiting for a tardy President Clinton, he vented a bit about Clinton to some Europeanleaders, and a television network's audio system picked up his comments.
Indeed, the Alexanders, as blackleaders in Philadelphia, cannot be understood without Cecil Moore, the fiery ex-Marine who became the head of Philadelphia's NAACP in 1963 and proceeded to turn the city upside-down with his militant protests.
In Johannesburg yesterday, rebelleaders who tried to topple the Congolese government of Laurent Kabila, drawing five countries into a war in the process, signed a cease-fire.
And civicleaders, both political and religious, are using their bully pulpits for this?"
The WP Iran lead reports that Iranian President Mohammed Khatemi made the irenic remarks at a press conference, and described them as the most conciliatory made by an Iranianleader toward the U.S. since the Islamic revolution there in 1979.
Eritrean President Isaias Afewerki and Ethiopian Prime Minister Meles Zenawi were regarded by the United States as two of the most important African "youngleaders," rejecting violence, promoting democracy, respecting human rights, and encouraging economic reform.
David Trimble, the Protestantleader, said he would consider forming a government with Sinn Fein before the Irish Republican Army gives up its weapons--provided that Sinn Fein (which represents the IRA) appoints a representative to an international disarmament commission.
Gray Davis and 57 Indianleaders which would allow an expansion of gambling operations on California reservations; the top non-local story at the LAT is the agreement between the U.S. and Russia to co-staff a Colorado command center that would monitor "missile early-warning data," in case the Y2K computer bug causes missile "mishaps" (read "launches").
The nuances of the administration's thinking about sanctions are on display in a NYT front-page piece that depicts Bill Clinton at a White House meeting of Christian evangelicalleaders, unaware that a Times reporter was there too.
Muslimleaders, the media, and the government are vociferously blaming building contractors for violating safety standards.
The LAT also has a scoop on the front today--the revelation that the Pentagon and CIA have worked up a plan for nabbing former Bosnian Serbleader Radovan Karaszic to bring him up on international war crimes charges.
Also present were some topleaders of U.S. labor, a Sierra Club honcho, and a leading Chinese dissident.
Kristol predicted that Democraticleaders, principally Pat Moynihan, would "go to the president--and I agree with Sam; it could be in days, not in weeks--and tell him this is insupportable, you cannot put the country through this."
The North Koreanleader's plan to test another long-range missile is proof that Kim can only be persuaded to back down by the threat of economic sanctions.
Everybody reports that yesterday was chosen for the action because intelligence indicated a major gathering of terroristleaders was to take place at the Afghan site.
But Ron Nehring, director of national campaigns for Americans for Tax Reform, a conservative group that's pushing paycheck protection very aggressively--and whoseleader, Grover Norquist, has discussed the issue extensively with George W. Bush--says what McCain's for isn't really paycheck protection.
I agree with you that Reagan was a tremendously effectiveleader--partly because he was attractive and a good speaker; but even more because he was a man of absolute certitude about his core convictions and was able to convey a sense of assurance and self-confidence.
The company at first tried to claim that this was because the Tibetanleader's face is not well-known in the region--until confronted with the information that polls show 80 percent of Hong Kong residents are familiar with him.
A story says that Zairian rebel Laurent Kabila may be a new kind of Africanleader: Like his mentor, Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni, Kabila seems to favor order and free markets (though not democracy).
The Irish Times carried no editorial on the talks Thursday, but its columnist Mary Holland wrote on the op-ed page that Blair had "failed, dramatically, to convince the unionistleader [David Trimble] of the need for radical change."
The NYT 's lead replays Yeltsin's Friday appeal to Westernleaders for $20 billion ($10 million of it from the IMF) to bail out Russia's faltering markets.
President Bush purposely mispronounced "Saddam Hussein" to annoy the Iraqileader, while Iraqi newsreaders retaliated by mispronouncing Bush so that, in Arabic, it meant "nothing."
But it's exactly that assumption that bothers those who worry about a "litmus test"--the idea Gore would give a privileged position to the gay issue, ruling out a candidate who was otherwise a military genius and inspirationalleader solely because he had (in Gore's mind) retrograde views on gays.
The principal is a skilled and professionalleader who uses consultative decision making approaches to effectively manage the school.
The NYT and the Post front NATO's authorization of air strikes in Yugoslavia, to begin if the Serbian government and ethnic Albanianleaders don't start talks on a Western-drafted peace plan by next Saturday.
GOP leadersarefurious at losing an advantage in corporate fund raising that dates back 100 years, to the election of 1896, when William McKinley's legendary money man Mark Hanna mobilized American business to stop the Democratic populist William Jennings Bryan.
She has merely learned that her leadersarecapable of stupid mistakes in their dealings with her.
The relationship between the Facilitator and the Team Leadersiscrucial.
Some of our leadersarediabetic and it is their struggles that they share with others that is very motivating.
Amid the turmoil of the Emergency, Chinese and Indian community leaderswereeager for compromise.
To the right (west) of the old Forbidden City is a new version, Zhongnanhai, where China’s communist leadersareensconced today (strictly off-limits to all visitors).
Lukacs, a distinguished historian of modern Europe, has reflected perceptively in previous books on the Nazi leader'shypnotic allure.
There is no doubt that Saddam Hussein is an evil dictator, but to suggest that these other world leadersareinherent truth tellers is stretching credibility.
In chapter 4, we mentioned officials worriedly discussing, in 1998, reports that Bin Ladin's associates thought their leaderwasintent on carrying out a "Hiroshima."
Real leadersareordinary people with extraordinary determination.
"It was as if the need is self evident, and leaderswerepleased something is being done," says Mr Patrick as the chairman of the facilitation team.
Bobby Kennedy, gearing up in the fall of 1959 to manage his brother's upcoming presidential run, visited Lyndon Johnson's Texas ranch to inquire after the Senate majority leader'spresidential ambitions.
Student leaderswerequick to describe the report as non-event that essentially called for more research into tertiary education but made no substantive findings on how to address such issues as mounting student debt.
Its leadersarestrategic commanders, who boldly snatch victory from the jaws of defeat--and who perform other acts of derring-do.
Many churches and their leadersaretired of evangelistic programmes that don't deliver on their promises, of church growth theories that don't have a gospel feel, and of the sense that there's no alternative to Alpha.
Frog Hair tapered leadersareunique in their design and manufacture... and ideal for New Zealand conditions.
But most business leadersareafraid to consider them.
The OLV youth leadersarewilling to help you look at sponsorship and fundraising options to help with the cost of $115.
Clinton's affiliation with a labor leaderishardlysurprising ("The Clintons and the Mob," by Jodie T. Allen), even less so to one who supported his position on NAFTA.
Drawing on the traditions of the Scots-Irish settlers of Appalachia and the Ozarks, Highland Southern populism encourages a tribal approach to politics and rewards leaderswhoareflamboyant and bellicose.
This course is designed for hands-on leaderswhoareresponsible for achieving change within their unions, such as Assistant Secretaries, Co-ordinators of Organisers and Team Leaders.
The Alexanders, middle-class black leaderswhowereuncomfortable with street protest, detested Moore.
... Mandela may lack the rousing American oratory of a President Kennedy, Martin Luther King or Jesse Jackson, but his manner and his unflappable dignity show him as a disciplined, persistent leaderwhoiswilling to sacrifice short-term gratification for long-term achievement, the kind of moral leadership we need everywhere.