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An agreement with Iran on uranium enrichment and IAEA inspectors monitoring the Fordo underground nuclear facility near Qom could turn out to be a Pyrrhic
victory from the perspective of Israeli deterrence as well.
He was one of just 55 to survive a Pyrrhic
victory that began with 239 men.
This is the first and only work that, basing its conclusions on a multitude of documents and witnesses' testimony, provides an answer to the question: How could Israeli politicians turn a brilliant military success of the Six-Day War into a Pyrrhic
It's a Pyrrhic
, bittersweet victory," said Miriam Siegman, 65, of New York City.
The consequences of this legislation also have implications for non-smokers for whom this victory has been somewhat pyrrhic
While John Cross proclaims a pyrrhic
victory, in reality the European Commission have recognised that there are people in Britain who want to continue using imperial measurement but what practical advantage is to be derived from it is hard to tell.
We are not quixotic idealists who are looking for pyrrhic
victories to prove a point.
So credit to Muller for securing a price increase, but ultimately it looks like a pyrrhic
Moreover, it might have been a Pyrrhic
victory: The massive amount of money Barack Obama spent to lose the state forced the Clinton campaign to nearly bankrupt itself.
Blatter said: "The decision is very damaging for football and a Pyrrhic
victory for those players and their agents, who toy with the idea of rescinding contracts before they have been fulfilled.
I disagree with what Lt Col Donald Rehkopf says in his article "Reply to 'Maj Gen William "Billy" Mitchell: A pyrrhic
promotion'" (Fall 2007).
Yet if the Government finally resorts to banning private firework displays then what a pyrrhic
victory the perpetrators will have achieved.
Victory: French Strategy and Operations in the Great War, by Robert A Doughty.
Victory restores the French army to its legitimate position at the focus of World War I.