This is why they awaited him at the Reform Club on Saturday, and not Sunday, as Mr. Fogg thought.
In 2006 Yemen began an economic reform program designed to bolster non-oil sectors of the economy and foreign investment.
They assumed for the executive office at least all of the powers which, according to the Constitution, belong to it, working in harmony with a group of men who had interested themselves in a number of progressive--perhaps some might say radical--reform measures.
Moroccan authorities are implementing reform efforts to open the economy to international investors.
Unlike the constitution, however, the Reform Treaty would amend existing treaties rather than replace them.
In 1986, the Sixth Party Congress approved a broad economic reform package that introduced market reforms and set the groundwork for Vietnam's improved investment climate.
Prudence, frugality, and good management,” said Samuel Drew, the philosophical shoemaker, “are excellent artists for mending bad times: they occupy but little room in any dwelling, but would furnish a more effectual remedy for the evils of life than any Reform Bill that ever passed the Houses of Parliament.”
On the other hand, Mr. Roosevelt is of restless, active, pioneering structure--the bony, muscular type of man who has always led reform movements and led in fighting for changes he thought would add to the freedom of humanity.
WTO membership has provided Vietnam an anchor to the global market and reinforced the domestic economic reform process.
Although the general macroeconomic outlook has improved significantly, the Philippines continues to face important challenges and must maintain the reform momentum in order to catch up with regional competitors, improve employment opportunities, and alleviate poverty.
Therefore, in June 1950 a land-reform law was promulgated.
In an attempt to reduce the ballooning national debt, the Rafiq HARIRI government in the 1990s began an austerity program, reining in government expenditures, increasing revenue collection, and privatizing state enterprises, but economic and financial reform initiatives stalled and public debt continued to grow despite receipt of more than $2 billion in bilateral assistance at the 2002 Paris II Donors Conference.
So Marshall P. Colfax, the father of Hiram Colfax, had been appealed to, because of his interest in reform ideas which might be to a certain extent looked upon as related to literature, and because he was reported to be a man of great wealth.
AsCHAFFENBURG, G. Das Verbrechen und seine Bekimpfung; Kriminalpsychologie f�r Mediziner, Juristen und Soziologen; ein Beitrag zur Reform der Strafgesetzgebung.
Did you or did you not write a letter to an old blighter in America that was giving five millions to found Moral Reform Societies all over the world, and that wanted you to invent a universal language for him?
R. Gneist: Aphorismen zur Reform des Rechtestudiums.
His place was soon taken by a young Chinese physician who had been living abroad, Sun Yat-sen (1866-1925), who turned the reform party into a middle-class revolutionary party.
He is a comparatively silent but faithful member of clubs, leagues and other kinds of reform organizations.
See M.E. Cameron, The Reform Movement in China, 1898-1921, Stanford 1921.
In A.D. 12 Wang Mang felt obliged to abrogate all his reform legislation because it could not be carried into effect; and the economic situation proved more lamentable than ever.
Them words is in his blooming will, in which, Henry Higgins, thanks to your silly joking, he leaves me a share in his Pre-digested Cheese Trust worth three thousand a year on condition that I lecture for his Wannafeller Moral Reform World League as often as they ask me up to six times a year.
Under this régime, not only is the outside public ill-qualified, for want of practical experience, to criticise or check the mode of operation of the bureaucracy, but even if the accidents of despotic or the natural working of popular institutions occasionally raise to the summit a ruler or rulers of reforming inclinations, no reform can be effected which is contrary to the interest of the bureaucracy.
Mormonism believes earlier Christian traditions, such as the Roman Catholic, Orthodox, and Protestant reform faiths, are apostasies and that Joseph Smith's revelation of the Book of Mormon is a restoration of true Christianity.
We correct evils, reform abuses, rectify incidental conditions of evil or error; we ameliorate poverty and misery, which we can not wholly remove.