details include high, beamed ceilings, archways, hardwood floors and an abundance of closet space.
In examining the growth of postwar civic engagement, Kage closely looks at wartime mobilization and legacies of prewar
Wintershall AG, a German oil and natural-gas producer, said Thursday it expected its Libyan production to rise in 2013 to the prewar
level of 100,000 barrels per day, and perhaps even higher.
OMV Chief Executive Gerhard Roiss had said in December that production levels would reach prewar
levels in 12-15 months, a target that Pusswald said the firm was sticking to for now.
Summary: Libya's oil production is set to reach 500,000 barrels per day by early October or nearly a third of prewar
output, a senior source in the National Oil Corporation said Thursday.
"After the war, it became difficult to view prewar
images as anything but a prelude to destruction," she wrote, "a backshadowing that distilled the complicated, multifaceted reality of prewar
Jewish life into a two-dimensional shrine." A new look at Vishniac, Newhouse suggested, would bring about a fuller appreciation of the breadth of the culture that was wiped out.
TOP RIGHT: An outbreak of private balconies on Caribbean cruise liners in the late 1980s forced other lines to follow suit (although a few prewar
liners had them for a sprinkling of first class passengers).
Becoming modern women; love and female identity in prewar
Japanese literature and culture.
on Thursday unveiled the final two sections of its Phase II report on prewar
intelligence, which detail Bush administration misstatements and exaggerations on prewar
2-bedroom, 2.5-bath, 2,258 sf condo in prewar
elevator building; 24-hr doorman, concierge; large windows, high ceilings, washer/dryer, central a/c; pet-friendly building has common roof deck and private storage; maintenance $1,571; taxes $1,024; asking price $2.8 million; 21 weeks on the market.
During 2004 Senate hearings into prewar
intelligence on Iraq, Senator Pat Roberts (R-Kan.), chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee, deferred until after the election an inquiry into the most contentious issue: whether Bush administration officials consciously relied on misinformation in crafting prewar
statements about Saddam's arsenal.
Grant and Sherman shared many common experiences despite their differences: they were prewar
failures, they each struggled to join the war effort, and they each collaborated even while under fire on the battlefield, giving orders and learning from their decisions--and each other.