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Our long-term prosperity depends critically on the ability of world leaders to make politically difficult decisions at a time when the global economy is still vulnerable on so many fronts.
I came into the business where Will Smith was pretty much taking over the world – or defending it, if you will. He was showing success on so many different fronts – television, recording, movies. So that was really my prototype in terms of looking at the business and seeing where you fit in.
Life becomes easier when we stop aping people. Which is on all fronts, be it looks, body shape, or anything.
America has an identity crisis. This is a relatively new country compared to the rest of the world, yet it’s the bully that fronts to know war and democracy like none other, therefore leading the global arbitration on both fronts.
From the point of the view of the nation’s power, it was obvious that while we were fighting the Sino-Japanese war, every effort was to be made to avoid adding to our enemies and opening additional fronts.
Great nations are simply the operating fronts of behind-the-scenes, vastly ambitious individuals who had become so effectively powerful because of their ability to remain invisible while operating behind the national scenery.
I believe that United really is a very big club on a worldwide scale and even more so in England, where it’s the biggest. They always want to win and to be fighting on all fronts, and that’s the reason I wanted to come here.
There are many fronts in the fight to make voting easier for all.
When a top club comes calling, who you know will be firing on all fronts with competitions and medals, that’s ultimately what you want to be playing for.
Two birdies and a lot of bogeys doesn’t really help. I say if you’re going to do it, do it properly and be dreadful on all fronts.
In the 1990s, there was a lot of reform, and there was a lot of forward movement on a lot of fronts in Russia. There was fundamental economic reform. There was a new constitution and an electoral system built from scratch. But the judicial system was probably the most difficult to reform.
We all had jobs that were just fronts. I felt like I was in the mob. I had a job, but that wasn’t my real job. My real job was to be an actor. I always knew that and never forgot that.
It seems to me that there are two kinds of trickery: the ‘fronts’ people assume before one another’s eyes, and the ‘front’ a writer puts on the face of reality.
Despite serious constraints, challenges, and non-cooperation from the Centre, we have managed to develop Andhra on all fronts and ensured that the state tops in national ranks on various parameters, apart from successfully attracting large-scale investments from global giants.
Since January 2002, when the United States began detaining at Guantanamo Bay enemy combatants captured in Afghanistan, Iraq, and other fronts in the war on terror, critics have complained of human rights abuses.
The obvious types of American fascists are dealt with on the air and in the press. These demagogues and stooges are fronts for others. Dangerous as these people may be, they are not so significant as thousands of other people who have never been mentioned.
At City, it’s our obligation to be fighting on all fronts for all trophies, and the Premier League is one of them.
People have got to form some kind of unified fronts where you know who your allies are, you know who your friends are, and really begin to work together to create different kinds of infrastructures to protect one another and to help one another thrive.
Whether you need technology in your body for medical reasons, or just want it to augment your senses or for experimentation, there are numerous fronts that open-source advocates are working on to make implantable technology safer, cheaper, and available to everyone.
We are engaged in a struggle that is fought on many fronts and in many forms.
We are at war – undeclared and of such a subtle nature that few have noticed – but war nevertheless. It is a cyberwar on many fronts, in which it is difficult to identify who is friend and who is foe. I will predict now, as unintelligible as it may seem, that Anonymous will turn out to be more friend than foe.
American fundamentalist thought connected strongly to reactionary political ideology as nervous Christians pushed back against liberal reforms on many fronts.
Winterfell is atop of this huge mountain in Northern Ireland, and you can see all these weather fronts coming in. Basically, the sky circles the mountain. It’s the most beautiful place.
The journey you go on, the ups and downs, I’m the face that fronts it up. But behind the scenes is a support network of people that keep you going.
I’m not comparing myself at all to him, but I like the idea that Ernest Hemingway always wrote about certain things he knew, he knew the ins and outs, back to fronts of what he was talking about. I love that as an inspiration for myself, to keep it true to what you know.
We want to challenge ourselves against the top teams in the world and are happy to be competing on so many fronts. And, personally, it’s great for me to work with the quality of player we have here at Chelsea.
I shave my legs twice a week. It’s hard the first time you do it. But I’m very lazy. For a team photo in December I just did the fronts.
I think America is less safe on a lot fronts, and I disagree with the release of the information from Dianne Feinstein. I think she’s as much a traitor to this country at this point as I thought about Edward Snowden and his release of information about other investigations and abilities from an intelligence standpoint.
Our ports and our borders are the most unprotected fronts in the war on terror.
California serves as our nation’s cutting edge on many fronts.
I have been responsible for so many fronts in the past: The National Front, the United Front; the UNPA, too, was created by me.
While every historical era has its unique appeal as a setting for tales of crime and detection, the 19th century is exceptional – it brought about so much change on social, political, geographical, and technological fronts that the mix proves to be an irresistible one to mystery writers.
I do think that humanitarians and journalists alike have focused on all the things that go wrong, and that they sometimes leave the perception in the public that the war on poverty has been lost. That Africa is just a bottomless pit of despair. When, in fact, really the opposite is true on both fronts.