• He showed no desire to forsake Perkunas the thunder god, berating his visitors for their intolerance.

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  • Davis, however, was too far gone, too consumed by hate and resentment to ever forsake communism.

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  • And Iran needs to take seriously its responsibilities and to forego and forsake its nuclear weapons ambitions.

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  • Even so, he said, he's not ready to forsake his beloved canyon country's stunning scenery and outdoorsy lifestyle.

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  • So we need concrete steps taken by the Iranians to assure that they will forsake their nuclear ambitions -- weapons ambitions.

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  • So employees who jump from company to company or forsake a traditional job--say, to raise children or start a business--don't lose out.

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  • But they are equally anxious not to forsake austerity by borrowing more.

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  • After all, the only way to truly solve this problem is for the Iranian government to make a decision to forsake nuclear weapons.

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  • The way to change that dynamic is for Iran to live up to its international obligations and to forsake its nuclear weapons ambitions.

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  • But when you shoot for equity, often you forsake efficiency.

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  • Good pattern-spotting can lead firms to forsake conventional advertising completely.

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  • The progression could continue endlessly with those in the top tax bracket owing close to 100% or even being required to forsake all of their income and then some.

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  • First, banks have to be continually willing to forsake the 25 bps they receive on their excess reserves as well as the cash cushion they provide for higher yielding risk assets.

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  • "Don't forsake your future for junior's education, " Garrett says.

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  • Too often video games forsake imagination, or fall back on the crutches of exposition, or consider gameplay a secondary factor and forget that gamers are not merely viewers but participants as well.

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  • Mr Soutar, who is also an honorary senior lecturer at Glasgow University, said patients were so desperate for surgery that many were willing to forsake the next year's holiday to pay for treatment.

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  • We made progress with China and Russia in sending a unified message to Iran and North Korea that they must live up to their international obligations and either forsake nuclear weapons or face the consequences.

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  • But the overall principle that Iran ought to forsake its nuclear weapons program, abide by its international obligations and thereby end its pariah status, re-enter the international community and enjoy the benefits thereof applies to North Korea.

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  • America tends to forsake its pet dictators.

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  • They simply have to in a verifiable way abide by their commitments to forsake their nuclear weapons ambitions and to do so in a way that the United States and our broad international consensus here believes is verifiable.

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  • Another factor lubricating the path to physician employment is generational: Doctors now in training appear willing to forsake income for a better quality of life and are less interested in the entrepreneurship required to run a private practice.

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  • All in all, the remaining societies are asking their members to forsake the substantial payout that results from a conversion, but can only offer in return the possibility of a slightly better long-term deal on their savings and mortgages.

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  • Flush with cash, and still in need of advanced technology in many areas, I believed that Chinese companies would forsake license and joint venture agreements, the more traditional means of obtaining this technology, and instead opt to buy the companies themselves.

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  • The information problem comes from the fact that we forsake the social processes that tell us whether we are choosing wisely or not when we make these tasks the responsibility of the government rather than the responsibility of the firms in question.

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  • There is a road out of -- or a path out of this dead end that Iran has been pursuing, which is to honor its international obligations, forsake its nuclear weapons ambitions, and rejoin the international community by living up to its obligations.

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  • The Democrats also have a good chance in Colorado, where they already control both state houses, the governor's mansion and one Senate seat, and in Nebraska, if they can get Bob Kerrey, a former governor and senator, to forsake academia for a return to politics.

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  • But is absolutely the case that the best way to ensure that is to pressure Iran to the point where it makes the decision, the regime makes the decision to forsake its nuclear weapons because the cost is too high, and to forsake that program in a verifiable way.

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  • This might embrace Pier Ferdinando Casini's Union of Christian and Centre Democrats and some former Christian Democrats who now belong to the main opposition group, the Democratic Party (PD), but could be tempted to forsake it if, as expected, the PD elects a former communist as its leader next month.

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  • Because -- and I think your question reflects this -- the best way to ensure that Iran does not acquire a nuclear weapon is for this course of action, to work, and for Iran to make the strategic decision to forsake its nuclear weapons ambitions and to fulfill its international obligations.

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  • The President has made clear since the day he took office that there is an alternative path available to Iran, through negotiations, that is available if Iran makes the decision to live up to its international obligations, to forsake its nuclear weapons ambitions, and by doing so, rejoin the international community of nations.

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