Kissinger under Richard M.
Sure enough, Spain’s tailspin under Charles was predictable.
The bodies are then said to be under compression or under tension, respectively.
Many existed under the Carbon Farming Initiative introduced under Labor in 2011.
Obama and 19 percent under Mr.
Clinton and about 2 million under Mr.
I worked under the National Security Council under Barack Obama.
I will continue to write more often about wines under $20, and even under $15.
A conditional logic closed under RCEA is respectively monotonic or regular if it is closed under RCM or RCR.
The possible answers are “under no circumstances”, “under some circumstances”, and “under any circumstances”
Pay continuation under this program is not an earned wage under any applicable law and will not be used for purposes of calculating overtime.
The source of these mysterious continent-sized formations — one under the Pacific Ocean, the other under Africa —has baffled geologists for four decades.
Others are being sold under "Science & Math" or "Medical eBooks" categories, while books about Satan and the coronavirus are being sold under the "Religion and Spirituality" category.
Under the Cares Act, Congress authorized direct payments of $1,200 to Americans earning under $75,000 a year, plus an additional $500 per child under age 17; the cash amount gradually decreased until eligibility was cut off at individual incomes above $99,000.
…estate either, as under the French system, by declaring his acceptance to be under the benefit of the inventory and by then making the inventory fully and correctly or, as under the German system, by handing over the estate to a judicially appointed administrator.
Historically, relations with the West improved whenever the Russian or Soviet economy needed help: in the early 1700s under Peter the Great, in the late 1700s under Catherine the Great, between 1890 and 1917 under Nicholas II, in the 1930s under Joseph Stalin, and in the 1970s under Leonid Brezhnev.
Notable examples of totalitarian states include Italy under Benito Mussolini (1922–43), the Soviet Union under Joseph Stalin (1924–53), Nazi Germany under Adolf Hitler (1933–45), the People’s Republic of China under the influence of Mao Zedong (1949–76), and North Korea under the Kim dynasty (1948– ).
England won the European Under-19 Championship with a 2-1 victory over Portugal in Georgia in July, the Under-20s won the World Cup in June, Aidy Boothroyd's Under-21s lost on penalties to Germany (some things never change) at the semi-final stage this summer and this Under-17 side lost the Euros final to Spain on penalties in May. external-link
Under the Light, yet under, Under the Grass and the Dirt, Under the Beetle’s Cellar Under the Clover’s Root, Further than Arm could stretch Were it Giant long, Further than Sunshine could Were the Day Year long, Over the Light, yet over, Over the Arc of the Bird — Over the Comet’s chimney — Over the Cubit’s Head, Further than Guess can gallop Further than Riddle ride — Oh for a Disc to the Distance Between Ourselves and the Dead!
When I look at this handy graph from the Heritage Institute, I don't see evidence that divided government is restraining spending; I see sharp growth in spending under Nixon and Ford, Republicans who enjoyed Democratic Congresses; a levelling off under Carter, whose party controlled Congress; another spending explosion under Reagan and a divided Congress; restraint under the first President Bush and a Democratic Congress; restraint under Clinton, and explosion under Bush.
- down to defeat, death, or ruin
Example: their competitors went under
- located below or beneath something else
- lower in rank, power, or authority
Example: an under secretary
- through a range downward
Example: children six and under will be admitted free
- into unconsciousness
Example: this will put the patient under
- in or into a state of subordination or subjugation
Example: we must keep our disappointment under
- below some quantity or limit
Example: fifty dollars or under
- below the horizon
Example: the sun went under
- down below
Example: get under quickly!
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When I look at this handy graph from the Heritage Institute I don't see evidence that divided government is restraining spending I see sharp growth in spending under Nixon and Ford Republicans who enjoyed Democratic Congresses a levelling off under Carter whose party controlled Congress another spending explosion under Reagan and a divided Congress restraint under the first President Bush and a Democratic Congress restraint under Clinton and explosion under Bush