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Friends of the Free Library of Philadelphia The Friends of the Free Library is an independent organization that works to support the Free Library of Philadelphia through increasing public awareness, advocating before electedofficials and supporting the growth of the library in all its activities.
The NYT reports that in a telephone interview, a high-rankingofficial of the Taliban, the fundamentalist Moslem group controlling Afghanistan, said that if the U.S. provided hard evidence of bin Laden's involvement in the African embassy bombings, the Taliban would be willing to discuss with American officials what to do about him.
Former Clinton (and Carter) White House counsel and official Washington "Wise Man" Lloyd Cutler, who's not exactly known for pegging the old wacky meter, cuts loose on the NYT op-ed page by envisioning what's next in Washington: a legally required annual form to be filled out by all elected and appointedofficials in which they document all their sexual activity for the previous year.
The Association shall provideofficial result cards for both grass and turf grades.
Directedofficials to explore the work involved in developing co-existence frameworks as far as is practicable in the absence of releases, and use that to complement the development of conditional release policy.
The United States Board on Geographic Names was established by an executive order of President Benjamin Harrison in September 1890, and has been active ever since, publishing its decisions and issuingofficial gazetteers.
This paper exercise involved a scenario in which a group of terrorists commandeered a Learjet on the ground in Atlanta, loaded it with explosives, and flew it toward a target in Washington, D.C. Clarke askedofficials from the Pentagon, Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), and Secret Service what they could do about the situation.
"We have also receivedofficial certification from the US Coastguard."
The LAT 's front-page spread on Hussein reports that Jordan is in deep mourning already, with people hovering in dread beside their television sets to awaitofficial word.
A recent letter from the Ministry of Health to public health providers broughtofficial confirmation of Cabinet's decision re public health.
At a December 22 meeting of the Small Group of principals, FBI Director Louis Freeh briefedofficials from the NSC staff, CIA, and Justice on wiretaps and investigations inside the United States, including a Brooklyn entity tied to the Ressam arrest, a seemingly unreliable foreign report of possible attacks on seven U.S. cities, two Algerians detained on the Canadian border, and searches in Montreal related to a jihadist cell.
In themselves, classifications do not allowofficial information to be withheld; rather, the information must be considered on its merits using the criteria in the Act.
Shakespeare Wars A previously undistinguished bit of Jacobean verse has achievedofficial recognition as the work of William Shakespeare.
It would put gay relationships on the same footing as straight ones, without implyingofficial government sanction.
It is proposed that Victoria University and Wellington College of Education adopt the followingofficial campus names: 136175
Statements or opinions expressed by the Journal reflect the views of the author(s) and do not reflectofficial policy of the New Zealand Medical Association unless stated as such.
Lest readers underestimate the story's import, the Times quotesofficials who rank the breach as far worse than the one committed by Aldrich Ames, and on a par with the misdeeds perpetuated (also at Los Alamos) by Julius and Ethel Rosenberg.
"In the interests of transparency, I am releasingofficial papers relating to my decision.
He has "surpassed Netanyahu in status at the White House," the editorial said, while "Europe stands united behind him, and the Arab states are only waiting for the signal to sendofficial representatives to the Palestinian state."
The world has seen the photographs and read the leaked "torture memos" - we are doing what is necessary when other systems of justice have failed and seeking to holdofficials up the chain of command responsible for the shameful abuses that occurred.
Apart from this he metofficials of the new US Administration and old friends in the Congress.
Or the 1950s, when Scotty Reston carriedofficial Washington's water?
The three stated that their scheme--disguising improper contributions to Carey from the AFL-CIO and other unions--involvedofficials of the DNC and of the president's re-election campaign.
The French words for junkie are toxoman and morphinman , neither of which meritsofficial use.
On the other hand, while Armenian groups struggle for official notice, they are not yet requestingofficial apologies.
He diligently applied himself to the kind of work allotted in the Stalinist era, documentingofficial marches and construction projects in the hinterlands.
The Chinese authorities, as a part of various checkrein measures, distributedofficial circulars "illegalising" Trunglha Yarsol, issued threats and arbitrarily arrested and detained Tibetans just two days prior to the actual celebration.
I know of instances when very young volunteers, disregardingofficial advice, have hired taxis and cruised along streets looking for people they could befriend and bring along to Mother's homes.
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Finally, they reached Lhasa, the "forbidden city," in part by dupingofficials along the way with an out-of-date travel permit.
The CDC in Atlanta, GA, developsofficial criteria for the definition of AIDS and is responsible for tracking the spread of AIDS in the United States.
"Under a Hot Tin Roof" Designedofficial exhibition T-shirt and Postcard.
Unbelievably, he has convincedofficials in Foggy Bottom that he's indispensable to Balkan peace and stability.
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In February 1996, Sudanese officials began approachingofficials from the United States and other governments, asking what actions of theirs might ease foreign pressure.
Reponses will run Thursday and be forwarded to contestofficials for a shot at the big prize, a one-month free pass on the MARC, but no one will be forced to ride the MARC to Washington.
As for the Oval Office , it is mostly used when the referent is `authority of the executive branch of the government' to avoid identifying the (incumbent) president personally and to indicateofficial policy.
Therefore the sharing and uses of information must be guided by a set of practical policy guidelines that simultaneously empower and constrainofficials, telling them clearly what is and is not permitted.
Where the appropriate security measures are in place, connection to the Internet is permissible for networks handlingofficial information classified up to RESTRICTED or SENSITIVE.
Among the palaces and halls still in place are the Front Palace, where the emperors conductedofficial court business, and nine courtyard halls in plain, rustic style.
The sentence comes from Geneva Smitherman, a professor of English, the director of the African-American Language and Literacy Program at Michigan State University, the author of the books Talkin and Testifyin (1977) and Black Talk (1994), and one of the people quoted most frequently by reporters and commentators seeking context for the national controversy over "ebonics"--a form of Black English recently grantedofficial recognition as a separate language by the Oakland, Calif., school board.
Working with Statistics This small exhibition looks at the work (and play) of those involved in gatheringofficial statistics in New Zealand over the years.
After this, 47 of the condemnedofficial's samurai decided to take revenge.
The free photo exhibition in memory of Amaryllis Fleming, a friend of Tibet, has been organised by the London-basedofficial Tibetan charity, the Tibet House Trust.
Local peer review was also possible and this helped gainofficial acceptance of the study outcomes.
(Scroll down to the bottom of " Deep Throat: The Game Is Afoot" to see Nixon's outrage on discovering that Mark Felt, a high-ranking FBI officialbelieved by both Nixon and Chatterbox to have been Deep Throat, is Jewish.)
Some officialsthink it's going to Europe; others think it's coming here and that Americans are using more cocaine than previously feared.
Also, the paper says, Sudanese officialsclaim that the U.S. ignored their message that they had suspects in the case in custody.
Justice Department officialsindicated they would oppose threatened legal moves by González's angry relatives, who are hosting the boy in Miami.
The sheer variety of rationales for the joint training exercises--as given by officialsquoted in the WP --suggests that the original purpose of the 1991 law has been superceded by case-by-case concerns.
But the paper points out current U.S. officialsacknowledge that no bombing campaign, no matter how extensive, can be expected to eradicate Hussein's covert weapons development efforts.
One U.S. officialworking on the international aid response is quoted by the paper saying, "You have areas where the mud is more than one story deep and the bodies will never be recovered.
The Post adds that in court documents, FBI officialsstated that no videotape existed covering the phase of the operation when, it turns out, Rogers' directive was issued.
The article suggests that Microsoft might have already received a return on its investment: Last June company officialsmet with Republican leaders.
Clinton administration officialsexplained that the relationship was developed to reduce Taiwan's sense of isolation, to gain a better sense of Taiwan's armed forces, and to "respond to" a pro-Taiwan Republican-dominated Congress.
Pyrotechnical Difficulties The Los Angeles Times and the Washington Post lead with Janet Reno's reactions to the FBI flip-flop--after six years of denials, FBI officialsadmitted that "pyrotechnics" were used during the standoff with Branch Davidians in Waco.
Serb and Destroy Mission The biggest news today is a startling development: British commandos, with U.S. logistic support and full NATO and Hague backing, moved in on two Bosnian Serb officialsaccused of war crimes, killing one in a firefight and capturing the other.
Anxious to avoid being blamed for Palestinian landlessness, British officialsbegan imposing token restrictions on Jewish land purchase in 1940.
Russian officialsdescribed the request, says the paper, as an "unnecessary intrusion."
USAT quotes a Palestinian officialcalling this a "declaration of war on the Palestinian presence" in Jerusalem.
PG officialsnote the "water authority serving both counties insists it has enough water to last into November" even with no rain till then.
A senior French commander acknowledged that peacekeeping officialssuspect Serbian paramilitaries are permeating northern Kosovo and stirring up unrest.
News We Disapprove Of Good morning Jodi, I love evergreen headlines, those perpetually blooming stories that could run in any newspaper, any year (an example: "New Jersey OfficialIndicted, Mob Ties Alleged").
The Dole and Clinton officialsinvolved state that they had no reason to believe that the purported individual $1,000 donations weren't legit, even though some came from secretaries and clerks.
Everybody reports that U.S. officialsinsist that bin Laden wasn't personally targeted in the raids.
The officialsadd however that U.S. acts against terrorism, unlike say, the CIA assassination plots against Castro, must be publicly acknowledged afterwards.
The LAT says officialsrefuse to say whether disinformation was fed to the Russians after the bug was discovered, while the WP says this is precisely what was done.
South Korean officialsdenied any wrongdoing.
(3/15/99) Boxing officialsordered a rematch of the March 13 heavyweight championship fight between Evander Holyfield and Lennox Lewis .
A player or officialshall be suspended for a minimum of two years for the first offence.
They're cabbies, coffee shop waiters, and even officiallooking guys in old-timey police hats turning the revolving doors for me.
The WP story details Russian attacks on civilians and highlights the plight of refugees.It reports that Chechan officialsestimate that 4,000 civilians have been killed.
Officialsundertook to prepare a paper setting out fishery management structures and processes in a range of Australian states.
The LAT says a White House officialcites as one reason for the move the paper's series last year about how weapons companies were modifying their guns to make them legal but not less lethal.
Additionally, in a city with "acres of abandoned and decrepit housing," local officialsfailed to spend millions in federal block grant money intended to rehabilitate housing for the poor.
The WP runs an AP dispatch reporting that an Egyptian transportation officialsuggested today that EgyptAir Flight 990 wasn't brought down by a suicidal co-pilot but by an explosion in the plane's tail.
Controversy erupted over the final lap, in which officialssent mixed signals as to whether drivers were supposed to slow down because of a near-accident.
Private donors will fund the $80 million to $125 million library, but city officialsagreed to deliver construction-ready land.
It seems that her visit, too late for seeing any of her son's stellar pitching, was the fruit of three weeks of negotiations, including a written plea to Cuban officialssigned by the Marlin players.
Even so, party officialsconcede that the Democrats are planning to launch their own Internet access business, too.
Administration officialsargue that the Republican plan does not add up and that the proposal would force layoffs and harm military readiness.
Inspectors fear that Iraqi officialsplan to stall and doubletalk their way out of random weapons searches without blatantly refusing to cooperate.
International Monetary Fund officialscontinue to deny that funds were skimmed off IMF accounts but admit that they've had accountability problems with Russia's central bank in the past.
Its 16th biennial world conference was held January 2001 in the Netherlands as the officialopening event of the year.
Officialsworried about falling minority enrollments and applications are proposing to guarantee admission to the University of California to any California high-school student who graduates in the top 4 percent of his high-school class.
These countries only reluctantly agreed to this week's new U.N. sanctions that bar international travel by Iraqi officialslinked to the inspection dispute.
An op-ed in Canada's National Post by David Lee, a Taiwanese officialbased in Toronto, said there would be "no more handovers following Macau's," not least because "Taiwan is not, and never has been, a colony."
Law-enforcement officialsinvestigating the Oklahoma City bombing spent months looking for a suspect who, within hours of the crime, was given the designation "John Doe No.
It's clear that government officialsfeel they're in the driver's seat now: one tells the Post , "We're not going to be locked in the room to be shown baby pictures of Bill Gates."
Versace was shot in the head in front of his Miami beach mansion yesterday morning, and law enforcement officialsannounced that the top suspect is a homosexual prostitute already being sought as one of the FBI's "Ten Most Wanted" in a nationwide hunt arising from the recent murders of four other men.