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1 The Russian Parliament will hold a special session later this month to decide his fate.
2 The government is said to have met in special session and put his eldest son, Major-General Joseph Kabila, in charge.
3 The special session will run concurrently with the regular legislative session beginning today.
4 The Arizona legislature has just opened a special session to hear what the racetrack owners want.
5 On July 1, 1849, President Herrera called a special session of Congress to consider the questions of public finance.
6 A special session at WHO Headquarters on 5 May will focus on "People-centered care in low and middle income countries".
7 The Special Session in May was called to deal with the negative impact of soaring food prices on the world's poor.
8 The United States led the call for a Special Session on Syria at the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva.
9 The IAEA Board of Governors will meet in special session February 2 on what course of action to take against Iran.
10 The Congress-led coalition government says a special session of parliament will be convened to hold the confidence vote.
11 Clay wanted a special session of the new Congress.
12 Meeting in a special session September 24,[www.Sentencedict.com] the 15-member Security Council adopted UNSC Resolution 1887 without objection.
13 I've called for a special session of the senate to hear your position.
14 North Korean leader Kim Jong Il attended a special session of the country's lawmaking body, which boosted the status of his brother-in-law in a shakeup of top government positions on Monday.
15 The first special session of the UN General Assembly discussed the question of Palestineand the first UN peacekeeping operation was a mission to the Middle Eastto supervise the ceasefire.
16 At a special session in Cairo, they endorsed the choice of army chief General Michel Suleiman as Lebanese president, and called for his immediate election.
17 The U.N. General Assembly held a special session to focus on a disease — HIV/AIDS — only one time before.
18 On November 2nd, the Agency held a special session during its Symposium on International Safeguards exclusively to discuss the issue of combating nuclear terrorism.
19 Brodsky insisted that the state senate could vote on the measure in special session if it wished.
20 If Mr Wahid's response is unsatisfactory, parliament can call a special session to impeach him and demand his dismissal.
21 The boycott was sufficient to force both to testify before a special session of the lower house budget committee on Feb. 25.
22 This year also saw the UN General Assembly address a health problem, for only the second time in history, during its special session on noncommunicable diseases.
23 The rubber-stamp meeting that announced Jang's promotion was called in a last-minute special session, hinting at a battle to the wire.
24 For example, last week, WHO was represented in New York at the UN General Assembly Special Session on AIDS.
25 The U.N. Human Rights Council announced it will hold a special session about Syria on Friday in an effort to persuade President Bashar al-Assad to end his assault on civilians.
26 Now, they hoped Johnson would share their ideas. They urged him to call a special session of Congress to pass strong legislation against the South.
27 Abraham Lincoln called the newly elected 37th Congress into special session in July 1861 to deal with the rebellion in the South.
28 After the meeting, General Motors union also held a special session.
29 The next possible hearing for the bill is a special session of the Yuan that starts in mid-August.
30 Peruvian Cabinet chief Yehude Simon said late Monday during a special session of Congress called to discuss the deaths that Pizango had taken refuge in the Nicaraguan embassy in Lima.
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