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Meanings and phrases
- serving to set in motion; inaugural; initiatory; first; maiden
- readiness to embark on bold new ventures; enterprise; enterprisingness; go-ahead
- the first of a series of actions; first step; opening move; opening
Revolutionary Proletarian Initiative Nuclei
- a clandestine group of leftist extremists who oppose Italy's labor policies and foreign policy; responsible for bombing building in the historic center of Rome from 2000 to 2002; Revolutionary Proletarian Nucleus; NIPR
- opening move in negotiating a peace treaty
- He retained the ability to exercise executive powers on his own initiative alone.
- Acting on my own initiative, I simply put the women's camp under his jurisdiction.
- Eventually, they decided to start their own initiative, The Jack Project, in April 2010.
- On 18 February 1907 Marcelin Albert took the initiative to send a telegram to Georges Clemenceau.
- In the second period the Saints took the initiative and were rewarded with another goal from Troisi.
- The Labour Party took the initiative but the Conservatives took the lead in the Education Act of 1944.
- The ballot initiative amends the Constitution of Arizona.
- The legislation is connected to a ballot initiative in Arizona.
- The ballot initiative was approved by a majority (52%) of voters.
- ICSBM - Latrun is the joint initiative of SPNI and the Tel Aviv University.
- It was built in 1955 in a joint initiative with the UK for weapon development.
- NESCC is a joint initiative to identify and respond to the current need for standards in the nuclear industry.
- Over 500 children at the school are set to benefit from this new initiative.
- In 2010, Freedom to Create launched a new initiative, the Freedom to Create Forum.
- Shibadong Village became a testing ground for the new initiative in since Xi's investigation.
- A non-profit initiative called Go Plog!
- Kalemis has formed a charitable initiative called Alpha Card Cares.
- The online service marketplace, in March 2019, launched an initiative called Empower.
- Learning of this, Miguel decided to instead take the initiative.
- However, a few individual Missionary Benedictine monks did take the initiative.
- Some district employees convinced Chetty to take the initiative and start a Hindu school.
- A popular initiative to this effect was repudiated in 1900 and again in 1942.
- The second was held on 8 December on a popular initiative on the "right to work", and was also rejected.
- The third was held on 20 April on a popular initiative on a "commodity sales tax", and was rejected by 81% of voters.
- It wanted to protect private property and encourage private initiative.
- At the start, the country's tourism and its development was for the most part dependent on private initiative.
- Despite this, some towns, like Alcácer do Sal in 1217, were conquered from the Moors by the private initiative of noblemen.