Some deviltry is intended against one Douglas, whoever he may be, residing as stated, a rich country
He argued with the ape-man therefore, against the latter's desire to exterminate the blacks, and at last he prevailed upon Tarzan to follow them in peace, saying that he was sure they would lead them out of the forest into a rich country
, teeming with game.
This is the law of the plains, and of those who live near the sea, and who inhabit rich country
, the glens and dingles far from the tossing sea, -- strip to sow and strip to plough and strip to reap, if you wish to get in all Demeter's fruits in due season, and that each kind may grow in its season.
The Miss Gunns smiled stiffly, and thought what a pity it was that these rich country
people, who could afford to buy such good clothes (really Miss Nancy's lace and silk were very costly), should be brought up in utter ignorance and vulgarity.
The rooks were sailing about the cathedral towers; and the towers themselves, overlooking many a long unaltered mile of the rich country
and its pleasant streams, were cutting the bright morning air, as if there were no such thing as change on earth.
In the past, if you were to guess a country's commitment to helping poor countries improve education and health care and respond to natural disasters -- among other assistance -- that conversation would certainly centre on the amount of foreign aid that the rich country
contributes to the effort.
Summary: How important is the role which a government plays to develop the economy in an oil rich country
? Has enough been done by the Kurdistan Regional Government (K.R.G) to bring about prosperity?
But since that day I kept pondering on the question and if this is a poor country, then I am ecumenically concerned with the definition of "a rich country
" and is Namibia a rich or poor country?
Summary: Next French investments in Algeria may exceed five million dollars, especially as Algeria is a rich country
representing huge potentialities for French firms, said Tuesday here the head of MEDEF (Movement of the French Enterprises), Laurence Parisot.
Many developing country governments are making important gains in the control of corruption, some of them matching rich country
performance in overall governance measures, says this year's Worldwide Governance Indicators (WGI) compiled by World Bank researchers.
Aid agency Oxfam International, launching today its report Credibility Crunch--Food, Poverty and Climate Change--an agenda for rich country
leaders says the ministers' most urgent priority is to fill the US$30b hole in overseas aid.
According to Sachs, aid from rich countries should equal 0.7% of the rich country
's gross domestic product, a very small amount but one that would help poor countries survive.