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NATO

The North Atlantic Treaty Organization. A military alliance originally designed to deter against potential Soviet invasion. Members pledge mutual defense; that is, an attack on one is considered an attack on all. Since the end of the Cold War, NATO has been involved in other military engagement, notably in the Balkans and Afghanistan. Members include the United States and a number of European countries. It was founded in 1949 and is based in Brussels.
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He began making a recovery over Christmas 2018, when Nate spoke with him and told him he was going to raise money for the hospital.
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The story has a pleasing and satisfactory resolution, including a new start for Nate, who is able to pass on his own hope and new-found resilience to Kitty.
Once the music stopped and the lines were out, Nate put me through the drill.
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Nate graduated high school with honors, wearing 2 cords for his participation in the Envision Cinema program (the only dedicated film conservatory at the high school level in the country), and for achieving the AP scholar with distinction for taking 13 AP classes and his high GPA.
So Nate goes, and in typical fashion, stays silent, with no contact with his apparent supervisors.

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