Similarly, Nehru & Patel tried hard to prevent the states from opting to accede
At the general discussion of the United Nations Disarmament Commission (UNDC), Egyptian Ambassador to the UN, Moataz Ahmadein Khalil, denounced on behalf of the Arab Group the Israeli refusal to accede
to the Treaty.
Phase III trial of AS1413 ACCEDE
was a single pivotal, randomised, controlled trial in which a regimen of AS1413 and cytarabine was compared with standard AML remission-induction therapy of daunorubicin and cytarabine ('7+3') in patients with secondary AML (AML following MDS or chemotherapy/radiotherapy treatment of another cancer).
ASEAN foreign ministers are to adopt new guidelines for accession to the treaty during their meeting in Thailand, including a plan to introduce a ''flexible moratorium'' on partners that wish to join, fearing that letting more countries accede
to the treaty might slow down the decision process.
Foreign ministers of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations on Thursday welcomed France's willingness to accede
to ASEAN's nonaggression pact known as the Treaty of Amity and Cooperation.
Sovereignty is no longer a sanctuary." In other words, countries that don't accede
will be embroiled in armed conflict.
The bank's statement comes after the accession to the treaty by Malaysia, as Malaysia became the required eighth country to ratify or accede
to the treaty and the related aircraft protocol.
People who wish to honour an individual often set aside personal preferences to accede
to the family's desires.
As one of the 40 designers/researchers included in the book, Rachel Strickland, writes, "As designers operating in corporate culture, we are bound in our education and practice to accede
to the tenets of capitalism.
Soon after they accede
to the European Union (EU) in 2004, the new member states will have to consider their timetables for joining Economic and Monetary Union (EMU).
The AMSA has published warnings to trainees about the practice and has gone so far as to advise trainees (both medical students and residents) not to accede
to a demand by medical educators to submit on record to psychiatric intervention.
Under the current law, if a WLAN network is deemed to be a "telecommunications circuit," JR would have been under much more obligation to accede
to the request, and MIS could have appealed to the ministry for arbitration if JR did refuse.
"If we were to accede
this pay claim, the economic consequences would be dire," he said.
Even the Van Lancker report admits that "reproductive health remains merely within the competence of member states." However, Parliament's approval of this report signals that there is increasing pressure, endorsed by most EU states and spearheaded by Nordic countries, to accede
to their social agenda.
Bidwell," shouts an outraged protocol officer, "that Lee Iacocca will not accede
to the wishes of the President of the United States?"