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v. t. & i.1.To feign.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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One would expect hard markets to be shorter because the information technology employed by the business has improved so much, Fein said.
The recent victories for the left-wing Sinn Fein are a challenge to globalization and sharply contrast with the righting populism recently surfacing in other European elections.
Sinn Fein has declined to take up its two places on the new Police Service of Northern Ireland's 19member Policing Board, complaining that the successor to the RUC is still insufficiently accountable.
One of those arrested was Niall Connolly -- Sinn Fein's representative in Cuba.
For years, Sinn Fein's four MPs have refused to swear an oath of allegiance to the Queen and sit in the House of Commons.
Since the company was established, Fein has placed great emphasis on training master craftsmen.
After leaving government, Fein linked up with right-wing think tanks such as the Heritage Foundation and the American Enterprise Institute.
He has not applied a similar standard to the IRA or the head of Sinn Fein, Gerry Adams.
Richard Boyd Barrett and Ruth Coppinger, representing People Before Profit and Solidarity respectively, said it was Sinn Fein's fault they were being excluded.
And Republican Sinn Fein, allied to the dissident Continuity IRA, said it would consider fielding ex-prisoners as candidates in the next election.
Northern Ireland Secretary Peter Hain yesterday hailed Sinn Fein's decision to consider endorsing the Police Service of Northern Ireland as hugely significant and comparable to the Provisional IRA's decision last year to end its armed campaign and complete disarmament.
Denis Donaldson, 55, who was arrested in 2002 over the Sinn Fein spy ring claims which brought down power-sharing in Ulster, spoke out after he was expelled from the party.