• Lee and his officers decided to make a final effort to break out of the circle of Union forces.

    VOA: special.2009.12.17

  • Then the Lord said to Moses, "Gather for Me seventy of Israel's elders of whom you have experience as elders and officers of the people, and bring them to the Tent of Meeting and let them take their place there with you.


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  • I just went to one of the careers officers


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  • From time to time, Union officers would ride up the hill to report what a great victory their troops were winning.

    VOA: special.2009.08.27

  • But one thing I've heard, a report I read recently that disturbes me is that the overwhelming majority of the officers are Tadzhiks.


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  • So he added:'This will not include the side arms of the officers nor their horses or other private property.

    VOA: special.2009.12.24

  • The board hires the president or chief executive officer and other top officers of the company and they serve as employees of the board.


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  • There have been laws that have been passed, and many police officers and other authorities are being trained about this.

    VOA: special.2010.06.24

  • He was honored for bravery by at least three commanding officers in numerous battles, especially the Battle of Chancellorsville in May of 1863; he was promoted to Captain.


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  • As he walked with the Confederate officers back to their boat, he asked if General Beauregard would open fire on Sumter immediately.

    VOA: special.2009.08.06

  • All officials from the chancelleries that he had created and all of the officers were obliged to attend this torture scene as a way of warning them that, "You'd better not mess around."


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  • information had been given at the police office, and the officers had been sent to search the building.

    VOA: special.2009.05.16

  • So, studies with police officers using reaction time in split-second choices on who to shoot find that your stereotypical attitudes play a huge role in who you're likely to shoot when they're holding an object in their hand that's unclear.


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  • In Arizona, officers are now being trained in the new law set to take effect July twenty-ninth.

    VOA: special.2010.07.03

  • Did you know that of people who take positive psychology, 75% of you are officers of club, 35% of you are the highest ranking officers of club, which means that you think there are about 2000 clubs at Harvard, you are in club of three, and you happen to be the president.


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  • Tucson police Sergeant Fabian Pacheco also notes that forty percent of officers in his city are Hispanic.

    VOA: special.2010.07.03

  • And there's some amazing scenes in it where they shave the heads of horizontal collaborators, which is sort of a crude way of talking about French women who slept with German officers-- horizontal collaboration. And at the end of the movie, there was Maurice Chevalier.


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  • One of Washington's officers, Royall Taylor, used the expression in a play about Daniel Shay's rebellion.

    VOA: special.2009.01.25

  • And the Germans try to set up programme where they will train very good German police officers.


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  • He gave military officers the power to arrest civilians believed to be hostile to the Union.

    VOA: special.2009.08.20

  • Because not only the NSA homeland security, the governors, members of congress, cabinet officers.


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  • These were developed in a year-long process led by state governors and chief state school officers.

    VOA: special.2010.07.22

  • I got a better horoscope from The Onion actually: "Riding in a golf cart with snow cone in hand, you'll be tackled by two police officers this week after matching a composite caricature " of a suspected murderer."


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  • On Tuesday, its officers accepted a decision by FINA members to ban high-tech swimsuits next year.

    VOA: special.2009.08.01

  • So I took it as my role not to keep decisions away from him, but if they were important enough, to make sure that he had, he, the president, not a compromise, he the president had the oppotunity to make decisions among his cabinet officers, and he did.


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  • The surrender demand was carried to Sumter the next day by a group of Confederate officers.

    VOA: special.2009.08.06

  • So the instinct of many cabinet officers and other senior officials is "Boy, when we take this to the president, let's see if we can reach some sort of 4 compromise, you know, you say 2, I say 4, let's just go tell the president 3 that we've agreed on 3."


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  • Therefore,to send troops to a state where federal officers had resigned such as South Carolina would be an act of war against the state.

    VOA: special.2009.07.16

  • Even the most senior cabinet officers.


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  • These include men who worked as professional officers of the law, and others who were criminals.

    VOA: special.2010.03.17

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