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geneva courage

Alcohol-induced bravery or braggadocio. "Geneva" is a type of gin made in the Netherlands. There goes Rich, picking a fight with someone at the bar. Looks like the geneva courage has kicked in! He thinks he's the smartest guy in the room when he's feeling some geneva courage.
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Emirates SkyCargo currently serves three destinations in Switzerland offering belly-hold cargo capacity to Geneva and Zurich and a dedicated freighter service to Basel.
Araud said "before the meeting everybody is going to repeat his position in the stiffest manner, that's the way it works" and added that once "they enter the room, you close the doors of the room, you exclude the journalists, you send them to Geneva -- because it will be in Montreux -- so you tell them to go to Geneva, and we see whether there is a momentum, whether there is a chemistry between the two sides.
He said Syria, and even its ally Iran, never accepted the Communique, and said if Geneva II is all about that, then the organizers are dreaming.
real estate firm, to help promote the remaining parcels for sale in the Lake Geneva Business Park, (www.
Gao Zengli Hania Bailly, Geneva 22 March-19 May www.
if you find yourself in Geneva on business then set some time aside to explore the city's many parks, galleries and cobbled passageways.
Notable for the infamous "Jet d'eau," which spouts 140 meters over Lake Geneva and draws numerous travelers to experience this awe-inspiring water-explosion.
Swiss International to expand its Geneva-based network Swiss is to introduce a new daily service between Geneva and Prague on December 15.
Yet Geneva Holliday (a pseudonym for award-winning author Bernice McFadden) succeeds at capturing and sustaining her reader's attention.
As White House Counsel, Gonzales advised President Bush to not apply Geneva protections to detainees captured in Afghanistan, in part because this "substantially reduces the threat of domestic criminal prosecution under the War Crimes Act," Gonzales wrote in his January 25, 2002, memo to the President.
An investigative report has uncovered direct Swiss government funding of Yossi Beilin's 'Geneva Initiative' as well as a suspicious subsidy offered to journalists willing to cover the 'Oslo-style' ceremony in Geneva.
The WCC finance committee presented to the central committee meeting in Geneva a report saying that staffing costs "must be considerably reduced since this is the principal expenditure.
The strength of the Geneva commitment to the generic industry can be measured in several dimensions: people, products, investment and customer service.
In February, Japanese choreographer Saburo Teshigawara, founder and artistic director of the Tokyo-based company KARAS, was in Geneva rehearsing Para-Dice, the piece he's created for the Geneva Ballet, resident company of this Swiss city's Grand Theatre.