Joe Macaron, a fellow at the Arab Center Washington D.C., told The Daily Star that the issue of Hezbollah's participation in the upcoming government could be a "make or break issue
" for U.S.
"But the cost of energy now is a make or break issue
for many small firms, and - if shown to be safe and economically viable - unconventional gas could help to keep prices down and businesses competitive."
But the cost of energy now is a make or break issue
for many small firms, and - if shown to be safe and economically viable -- unconventional gas could help to keep prices down and businesses competitive."
"Of all the challenges facing Chicago, race is the make or break issue
of the 1970s....
" Food security has become a make or break issue
for India and there is nothing sacrosanct about deadlines," another senior government official told Mail Today.
Sadly, it was a make or break issue
for me and my ex-boyfriend, Mark*.
We don't want this to become a make or break issue
With so much to do on this cruise, time in the cabins is minimal, so it was not a make or break issue
The fact that the PNA has failed to make Jerusalem a make or break issue
in its negotiations with Israel until now may have contributed to the recent Israeli drive to escalate settlement activities in East Jerusalem.The Israeli position, although it was never clearly outlined, suggests that while Palestinians may have symbolic supervision over Muslim and Christian holy places in the Old City, they will never have jurisdiction.
Talks are currently being carried out by Welsh Ambulance Trust managers and staff unions but both sides accept the meal break issue
can only be settled nationally with UK-wide negotiations.
Having onsite vendor support or immediate response when going live may be a make or break issue
as a delay or shut down can prove disastrous.
These intangibles are part of the make or break issue
in the retention and hiring of new staff members.