Expressing this view in an article for The National Interest, Daniel DePetris, a fellow at Defense Priorities, says, "The Beltway foreign policy establishment needs to snap itself out of the delusion that the Pakistanis will change their stripes
Without deeper reform, the demographic arithmetic suggests that the disenfranchised and anti-establishment share of the population may grow (unless today's young people change their stripes
as they age).
In my years of sales management, I have found that people rarely change their stripes
Tigers do not change their stripes
, and neither do most candidates.
Let's hope the FA strikes a blow for the common fan by knocking back Hull City's bid to change their stripes
And why do these tigers try to change their stripes
according to where they live?
Data from the planned Cherenkov Telescope Array, a ground-based gamma-ray observatory, and scheduled upgrades to the DESY ALPS particle-physics experiment in Germany, could reveal if photons do change their stripes
25 -- Yesterday's attempt by the LTTE to kill EPDP Leader Douglas Devananda using a woman suicide cadre stands to prove that Tigers never change their stripes
, leader of the Tamil United Liberation Front, V.
But the socialists began to change their stripes
in the late 1970s, rallying around the concept of nuclear dissuasion as a guarantee of national independence and beginning to distance themselves from America.
While he scores some points in this appraisal, it does not appear that Kyle wants evangelicals to return to their biblical roots; instead, he wants them to change their stripes
What Howard carefully chooses to ignore, however, is that the Tigers never change their stripes
and Leicester players invariably infringe when they get around their own 22 rather than concede tries to their opponents.
Fishy stocks may change their stripes
, but still have that same characteristic smell.
But this has proven to be as phony as the very same deceptions used by Communists like Nasser in Egypt, Sukarno in Indonesia, Josip Broz Tito in Yugoslavia, Romulo Betancourt in Venezuela, and dozens of other Reds who at various times found it expedient to temporarily change their stripes
Q: Will HMOs have to change their stripes
and modify their behavior?