Kuchma in a statement urging him to firm leadership and an "examination of conscience." "When the president as guarantor of the Constitution does not fulfill his responsibilities, the guarantors become the people who go out into the central squares to lay claim to
the truth," read the statement, which also charged the government with "criminal and anti-constitutional acts."
Fears that a new Government department would lay claim to
an historic Welsh courthouse have been lifted.
"As well as boasting two championship golf courses, we can also lay claim to
the newest and most comprehensive clubhouse and practice facilities in the UK,' said managing director Stephen Leeke.
Throughout Birmingham's history we can lay claim to
so many first accolades.
l IT is increasingly obvious that the written law authorises those in power to subjugate people and lay claim to
land and property they have taken by cunning and or force from others.
In a country as vast as Australia, travelling by car can perhaps lay claim to
some of its lost romance, but the huge road network still needs the usual quotidian maintenance and supervision.
Significantly, that game is about conquering Thebes: What little is shared between the men is in the Boy Scout lingo of the alpha male; calling to each other from separate peaks, they lay claim to
"my mountain" and "your mountain."
The ruling Thursday allows the creditors to lay claim to
some of the revenue generated from 27 Shilo Inns before and after Oct.
The question of the ownership of water is hugely controversial, and I have always found it fascinating how one group or country can lay claim to
any area of water.
The scientists who could lay claim to
these answers would surely become household names and position themselves for substantial financial rewards.
To wear the scarlet fringe meant belonging to the select group of cuzquenos who could lay claim to
descent from an Inka royal lineage.
As long as we humans continue to lay claim to
so much of the planet, while living under such economic and political strife ourselves, any wildlife released back to nature will quickly end up as "bushmeat," or a victim otherwise of someone's economic desperation.