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1 The colored students held a one-week moratorium on classes to oppose racism.
2 The convention called for a two-year moratorium on commercial whaling.
3 The coloured students held a one-week moratorium on classes to oppose racism.
4 The House voted to impose a one-year moratorium on nuclear testing.
5 The government has called for a moratorium on weapons testing.
6 Finally, he pro-posed a moratorium on nuclear weapons testing.
7 But his environment colleague, Finnin Aerts, wants a moratorium on further nuclear plants.
8 Two years later the moratorium was confirmed, although it has never become a formal agreement.
9 He was furious with Khrushchev for breaking the moratorium,(www.Sentencedict.com) but he refused to be stampeded into a new series of tests.
10 The moratorium would last 45 days but could be extended for up to two years.
11 The move, on Thursday, will end a three-year moratorium on the commercial use of GMOs.
12 He promised a moratorium on pit closures if Labour won.
13 George Ryan, a Republican, has imposed a moratorium on executions.
14 The amendment would put a moratorium on offshore drilling for oil.
15 The cost of granting an interest rate moratorium would not be that high.
16 He also asked for a voluntary moratorium on embryo research that is privately funded.
17 Instead, it will propose a long term moratorium on mineral activities.
18 A second option would impose the moratorium throughout the whole city for the same time period.
19 They agreed to observe the moratorium, and to resume dumping after 2007 only in consultation with other signatory states.
20 At present there is a moratorium on the construction of nuclear plants, and the plans would need parliamentary approval.
21 The nations augmented the prohibitions in 1993 with a voluntary moratorium on disposing of low-level radioactive waste.
22 Meanwhile, the Scandinavian countries are bearing an alternate proposal to begin a moratorium on nuclear dumping no later than 1990.
23 Ministers are considering providing subsidies to people in high-risk categories, as well as a legally enforce able moratorium.
24 The group wanted a sewer system built and the moratorium lifted.
25 It followed a stormy and agonized debate, but Landsbergis's stated support for the moratorium appeared to have swayed many deputies.
26 We should respond favourably to Mr. Gorbachev's proposals for a moratorium on testing.
27 However, since Stamp Duty has already been removed from share dealing, why has he set a moratorium on house purchase?
28 But he breaks with conservative Republicans who call for a moratorium on legal immigration.
29 Each side accused the other of renewing the fighting and of breaking the air moratorium.
30 The Peace Corps provided an opportunity for an escape, a chance for further exploration, a moratorium before final commitment.
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