The ballot did not take place on the date he claimed.
I believe that the strike by the U.S. and the alliance will take place soon -- very soon. An attack is imminent.
Such a government would face no scrutiny in Parliament and there's no guarantee political reform would take place.
It is absolutely not the time to be framing public policy. ... Discussion should take place in the coming months once the situation has stabilized.
The fight for media freedom and democracy does not take place in one country.
We have no intention to allow negotiations to take place, or let someone else force us to recognize an organization that declares it seeks to destroy Israel.
[The show, set in the fictional North Carolina town of Mayberry, was originally meant to take place] just somewhere in the South, ... But I wanted it to be in the Old North State.
The current level of short-term interest rates cannot be maintained indefinitely, ... However, any policy adjustment need not take place in the near future.
Any policy adjustment need not take place in the near future.
Transparency was a crucial point of this conference (and) it fully agreed that the communication should take place immediately.
It's always been my belief that the victory of Islam will never take place until a Muslim state is established... in the heart of the Islamic world.
Expanding the student center will create an area on that campus for student life to take place. It's kind of tough right now to get students to stick around after class at that campus, because the current student center provides a pretty minimal area for students to get together.
Many people want information about certain events when they actually take place, regardless of whether they are close to a TV set or not. The Olympics is a prime example of such an event. When you are capable of receiving TV services on your mobile, it is easy to watch the Olympic highlights, even when you are far from a TV set.
[The rebuilding efforts ahead will take place in the White House as well as along the Gulf Coast, says Bruce Buchanan, a political scientist at the University of Texas.] This goes right to the core of his strength and right to the core of the thing that has enabled him to stay plausible despite the political partisan divide in the country, ... Now he's in damage control big time.
All his plays take place in a kind of eternal present tense. He never relies on exposition. He never believes that the past is verifiable. Nothing exists until the actors step out on the stage.
The deliverance of the saints must take place some time before 1914.
The most dramatic conflicts are perhaps, those that take place not between men but between a man and himself - where the arena of conflict is a solitary mind.
When you see the connection take place, it's as if they are falling in love. The joy on people's faces, the happiness, it's almost tangible.
Sales to the Arab market take place two or three times a year, and they sometimes, but not always, place considerable orders. For the time being we offer a good product at accessible prices, but the appreciation of the dollar (against the Brazilian Real) may pose a problem.
We trust that this consideration will be the foremost subject of the meetings that are to take place between these three agencies.
Gold seems to be marking time, waiting for some new developments to take place. It's a little undecided right now.
There's a lot of unspoken things that take place between them. They have a good sense of playing together.
The tournaments take place in a round-robin format; whoever wins the best of five matches between participants advances.
While the Internet is censored in China, the censorship is allowing a level of speech to take place that's unprecedented.
The sorting (and valuation) normally would take place in each individual country.