warless

warless

(ˈwɔːlɪs)
adj
(Military) not involved in war
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Mrs Lister is really enthusiastic about this, "Working with published authors' help the children understand how books are created and where authors get their ideas from." Year 2 took part in a workshop led by Tom Percival; and Tom Warless, a new author, worked with Year 1.
We pray for peace." (56) Recognizing that China was ostracized at this time, not only for supporting the North Vietnamese in the conflict, the WCC now called for efforts to bring the 700 million people of China into the world community of nations--to provide an essential ingredient for peace "not only in Southeast Asia, but throughout the world." (57) King also held this position, and he spoke of why it fell to him personally "to sue for a warless world," saying, "I am a minister of the gospel" and in that capacity "I believe that war is wrong." Furthermore, King and Blake increasingly saw the connection between the perpetuation of racist policies at home and the implementation of United States policy overseas.
Studies on "warless" prestate societies usually intend to prove that, neither primordial nor natural to humankind, warfare was probably a late--and in any case, wholly contingent--cultural phenomenon.
Accordingly the existence of nuclear weapons has made a total warless probable between India and Pakistan (Art, 1985, p.
One fact we encountered and has been clear for a long time: There are deep powers that have influence over the US and that they will never accept a warless Middle East due to their faiths and expectations.
The other seized arms and ammunitions include 37 KG explosive,13 Grens (HE-36), one HMG mount, 4 Face masks (gass masks), 30 Electrical detonators, 50 non electrical detonators,12 detonators, 2 rockets of 107 mm,150 rounds of 12.7 mm, 10 MUV2 (suicidal switches),1 Glue gun, 1 Pistol (old condition), 2 APMs, 4 Bandoliers, 2 Warless set, 1 Micro meter set (Electrical), 2 Roll Safety fuze,1 Primer Cord and 1 60 mm mortar sight (old).
Patterson, Toward a Warless World: The Travail of the American Peace Movement, 1887-1914 (Bloomington, Ind.: Indiana University Press, 1976).
In a 1952 letter to Coretta, King reaffirmed his belief in the Social Gospel, writing that he would "hope, work, and pray that in the future we will live to see a warless world, a better distribution of wealth, and a brotherhood that transcends race or color.
Following this line of thinking, a familiar framework for donor assistance in a post-conflict situation generally involves four phases of efforts along a continuum, each with characteristic program emphases: (1) relief and humanitarian assistance; (2) disarmament, demobilization and reintegration of soldiers, refugees and internally displaced persons into the warless economy and society; (3) reconstruction of physical infrastructure and institutions; and (4) the introduction of reforms in economic policy, governance, and institutions.
Some, such as The Temple of Peace, Cardiff, and the Department of International Politics at Aberystwyth University, are important legacies of his commitment to a warless world.
Kelly, Warless Societies and the Origins of War (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2000).