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    Context examples for the meanings & translations of "forebears" in English - English

    Some lived a modest life overshadowed by the great achievements of their forebears, which the conditions of their lives offered them no opportunity to emulate.

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    Some lived a modest life overshadowed by the great achievements of their forebears, which the conditions of their lives offered them no opportunity to emulate.

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    Some lived a modest life overshadowed by the great achievements of their forebears, which the conditions of their lives offered them no opportunity to emulate.

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    Let us include all Members -- developed, developing and least developed -- in the decision-making process so that all can share a future based on the premises laid down by our forebears in the Charter of the United Nations.

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    Our duty to our forebears makes us responsible not only for protecting and preserving their heritage, but also for studying it and extracting whatever eternal humanistic lessons and values it contains and passing them along to future generations that will carry the torch of hope on humankind's journey.

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    Let us include all Members -- developed, developing and least developed -- in the decision-making process so that all can share a future based on the premises laid down by our forebears in the Charter of the United Nations.

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    Let us include all Members -- developed, developing and least developed -- in the decision-making process so that all can share a future based on the premises laid down by our forebears in the Charter of the United Nations.

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    Today, after the heroic struggle that led to our independence, and thanks also to the support received from the international community and the United Nations, Guinea-Bissau is participating in the highest world diplomatic forums with serenity and determination, embarking on an unrelenting search to improve on the heritage of our forebears.

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    Let us include all Members -- developed, developing and least developed -- in the decision-making process so that all can share a future based on the premises laid down by our forebears in the Charter of the United Nations.

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    Today, after the heroic struggle that led to our independence, and thanks also to the support received from the international community and the United Nations, Guinea-Bissau is participating in the highest world diplomatic forums with serenity and determination, embarking on an unrelenting search to improve on the heritage of our forebears.

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    Some lived a modest life overshadowed by the great achievements of their forebears, which the conditions of their lives offered them no opportunity to emulate.

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    Our duty to our forebears makes us responsible not only for protecting and preserving their heritage, but also for studying it and extracting whatever eternal humanistic lessons and values it contains and passing them along to future generations that will carry the torch of hope on humankind's journey.

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    Issues on which the relevant United Nations bodies must take a stand include: what is the status of a foreigner who enters a country and acquires its nationality in order to conceal the fact that he is a mercenary in the service of a third State or of another party in an armed conflict? Of a non—resident national who is paid by a third State to carry out criminal activities against his own country of origin? And what about a dual national, one of whose nationalities is that of the State against which he is acting, while he is being paid by the State of his other nationality or by a third State? What are the limits of jus sanguinis in an armed conflict when it is invoked by persons who are paid and sent to fight in a domestic or international armed conflict taking place in the country of their forebears?

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    Today, after the heroic struggle that led to our independence, and thanks also to the support received from the international community and the United Nations, Guinea-Bissau is participating in the highest world diplomatic forums with serenity and determination, embarking on an unrelenting search to improve on the heritage of our forebears.

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    Issues on which the relevant United Nations bodies must take a stand include: what is the status of a foreigner who enters a country and acquires its nationality in order to conceal the fact that he is a mercenary in the service of a third State or of another party to an armed conflict? Of a non-resident national who is paid by a third State to carry out criminal activities against his own country of origin? And what about a dual national, one of whose nationalities is that of the State against which he is acting, while he is being paid by the State of his other nationality or by a third State? What are the limits of jus sanguinis in an armed conflict when it is invoked by persons who are paid and sent to fight in a domestic or international armed conflict taking place in the country of their forebears?

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    Our duty to our forebears makes us responsible not only for protecting and preserving their heritage, but also for studying it and extracting whatever eternal humanistic lessons and values it contains and passing them along to future generations that will carry the torch of hope on humankind's journey.

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    Issues on which the relevant United Nations bodies must take a stand include: what is the status of a foreigner who enters a country and acquires its nationality in order to conceal the fact that he is a mercenary in the service of a third State or of another party to an armed conflict? Of a non-resident national who is paid by a third State to carry out criminal activities against his own country of origin? And what about a dual national, one of whose nationalities is that of the State against which he is acting, while he is being paid by the State of his other nationality or by a third State? What are the limits of jus sanguinis in an armed conflict when it is invoked by persons who are paid and sent to fight in a domestic or international armed conflict taking place in the country of their forebears?

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    Issues on which the relevant United Nations bodies must take a stand include: what is the status of a foreigner who enters a country and acquires its nationality in order to conceal the fact that he is a mercenary in the service of a third State or of another party in an armed conflict? Of a non—resident national who is paid by a third State to carry out criminal activities against his own country of origin? And what about a dual national, one of whose nationalities is that of the State against which he is acting, while he is being paid by the State of his other nationality or by a third State? What are the limits of jus sanguinis in an armed conflict when it is invoked by persons who are paid and sent to fight in a domestic or international armed conflict taking place in the country of their forebears?

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    Issues on which the relevant United Nations bodies must take a stand include: what is the status of a foreigner who enters a country and acquires its nationality in order to conceal the fact that he is a mercenary in the service of a third State or of another party in an armed conflict? Of a non—resident national who is paid by a third State to carry out criminal activities against his own country of origin? And what about a dual national, one of whose nationalities is that of the State against which he is acting, while he is being paid by the State of his other nationality or by a third State? What are the limits of jus sanguinis in an armed conflict when it is invoked by persons who are paid and sent to fight in a domestic or international armed conflict taking place in the country of their forebears?

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    Our duty to our forebears makes us responsible not only for protecting and preserving their heritage, but also for studying it and extracting whatever eternal humanistic lessons and values it contains and passing them along to future generations that will carry the torch of hope on humankind's journey.

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