Back and forth the bull tossed his great palmated antlers, branching to fourteen points
and embracing seven feet within the tips.
On October 4th Germany sent a telegram via Switzerland requesting that the American president, Woodrow Wilson, negotiate a settlement based on the Fourteen Points
speech that he had delivered to Congress on January 8th, 1918.
separate Americans' and Russians' approval of each other's leadership, and 12 points separate Americans and Indians.
There was joy for the Saints' senior women's team of Gemma Connolly, Julia Eccleston, Louise Hogg and Karen Jarvis who beat Liverpool Harriers by fourteen points
, while the under-15 Boys' quartet of John Ashcroft, David Griffiths, Jamie White and Danny Hughes finished 16th, an improvement of six places over 2007.
One of the most notable American foreign policy speeches is Woodrow Wilson's "Fourteen Points
" address to a joint session of Congress on January 8, 1918.
With fourteen points
separating the sides, and Tynedale six points clear of second-placed Leicester, the Corbridge men cannot lose their lead this weekend.
Edward Deming's: fourteen principles for quality assurance, Philip Crosby's: fourteen points
for quality management & the idea of zero defect, and J.
Both Wilson's Fourteen Points
and Roosevelt's Atlantic Charter on self- determination have been contravened by the United States in support of world-wide Zionism.
In his Fourteen Points
, Wilson urged that all nationalities within the former Ottoman Empire be assured "an absolutely unmolested opportunity of autonomous development."
Arsenal go into the Boxing Day programme FOURTEEN points
behind Manchester United despite their 6-2 drubbing of Blackburn at the Emirates Stadium.
Fleming takes Wilson to task for ignoring the cost of the war when presenting his Fourteen Points
to his incredulous allies while encouraging the growth of worldwide nationalism.
stand between Sussex and their second championship in four years, meaning a win will be enough to see them home safely.