Hamas described Goldstone's about-face
A NORTH KOREAN ABOUT-FACE
(The Japan Times, an English-language daily)
The Commerce Department said Friday it will impose duties on imports of coated paper from China, in an about-face
from a decades-old policy of not applying duties to subsidized goods from non-market economies.
This could be viewed as a total about-face
when considering the recent trend in favor of the outsourcing mega-deal.
Harris quickly seemed to realize that cover-up was not the way to go, and in an about-face
told People magazine that he was indeed a "content gay man.
His brief time in the wilderness may represent the fastest about-face
since Democrats re-embraced Joseph Lieberman after he bested Ned Lamont in the Connecticut Senate race.
It would also represent a big strategic about-face
for the pounds 2.
This represents an about-face
for the company, which previously had said that Boeing's decision to make the 787 fuselage out of composite material left it vulnerable to damage on the ramp.
Many had hoped that the change of administrations in 2001 would signal an about-face
in this dangerous policy toward North Korea.
The best way to peace is for the United States and Israel to do an about-face
The agency did an about-face
on the Listeria regulations, and the Consumer Federation of America suspected the change was due to ex parte communications with industry representatives from the meat and poultry industries," CFA lawyer Jillian M.
When New Line Cinema advertised its Ryan Reynolds vehicle Just Friends as a fat suit comedy, then abruptly changed tack and touted it as a romantic tale of a thin man's innocence regained, the studio's about-face
reflected more than just the two-things-to-all-people anti-genius of current movie marketing.
Looking back on Tropicalia we see that it marks both the refusal and the possibility of this about-face
3 billion loss, an about-face
from the previous year's $1.
in the Pentagon's plan to expand its fleet of heavy cargo aircraft is not necessarily an acknowledgement that military operations in Iraq will wind down, but rather a budget-driven choice, said the U.