Both Khashoggi and Zuhair were skeptical of the memorandums.
Internal memorandums from Downing Street, leaked to the press, show a government in disarray.
Murphy pushed internally to make those community leaders sign memorandums of understanding with the F.B.I.
A third of the journalism unions surveyed had been approached to sign memorandums of understanding with Chinese entities.
Internal Pentagon memorandums include scathing commentary on the intelligence community.
Three of Lafferty’s colleagues confirm the story, as do letters, memorandums, and other documents.
Even more tantalizing are all those black lines of redaction in Manafort’s and the addendum to Michael Flynn’s sentencing memorandums.
A few days later, the Beirut daily Al Safir published Arabic translations of the memorandums themselves, attributing them to Richard Perle.
Diamond received no official response from Bremer or from Condoleezza Rice, the national-security adviser, to whom he forwarded the memorandums.
Yet, for all his grip on statistics, his mastery of memorandums, his geopolitical expertise, Curzon did, in the end, belong to the imperial past.
It was a lighthearted “Style Special,” and it featured a selection of the unpublished office memorandums of Diana Vreeland (1903–89), the legendary editor of Vogue.
Memorandums of Notification are highly classified follow-on documents—specific orders from a President to the C.I.A. describing the scope and the necessity of the operation.
I shall conclude the account of this calamitous year therefore with a coarse but sincere stanza of my own, which I placed at the end of my ordinary memorandums the same year they were written:
However, its global intellectual hegemony is built on shaky foundations: it stands on the post-political can-do allure of TED talks much more than in wonky thinktank reports and lobbying memorandums.
Deng, a wealth of previously unpublished speeches, memorandums and telegrams offered by Zhou have been published, some in a second volume of the Prime Minister's works, others in a newly published Chinese biography.
On Friday, federal prosecutors released two memorandums on Michael Cohen, one from Department of Justice prosecutors with the Southern District of New York, the other from the office of the special counsel Robert Mueller.
And impeachment investigators leveled new demands of the State Department, requesting access to a relatively narrow set of communications, notes and memorandums related to Ukraine that could bolster damning witness testimony.
Preeta Bansal, who was then a partner at the law firm Skadden, Arps and formerly a solicitor general of New York State, was asked to prepare a series of memorandums about how a President Obama might transform the federal judiciary.
Diplomats said career officials had largely been cut off from viewing memorandums of conversations written after senior officials talk to foreign leaders, memos traditionally used to help junior officers issue guidance to embassy staff members across the world.
Biden's latest executive order revokes previous presidential memorandums on transgender service and "immediately prohibits involuntary separations, discharges, and denials of reenlistment or continuation of service on the basis of gender identity or under circumstances relating to gender identity."
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