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The second part - about the "enemy's capability" - is even less defensible, especially if its enemy status is in doubt.
On the local front, where the peace treaty made Israel a friend on paper, the neighboring country was propelled to official enemy status in the abstract form; there is a unanimous sentiment against it but no real confrontation to bank on.
Israeli threats further consolidate the enemy status of the Jewish state towards Lebanon.
Byline: By DAVID PRIOR AS he penned his latest bid for full public enemy status on Merseyside, Alan Green probably knew his slightly odd rant would wind up a few Evertonians.
For theater commanders, GCCS-A provides Common Operational Picture (COP) and associated friendly and enemy status information, force employment planning and execution tools (receipt of forces, staging, intra-theater planning, readiness, force tracking, onward movement, and execution status), access to GCCS applications for users with the appropriate permissions, and overall interoperability with Joint, Coalition, and other ABCS Battlefield Automated Systems (BASs).
How many servicemembers, for example, could cope with a civil war in a prisoner of war camp as one group attempts to avoid enemy status while being assaulted by former comrades?
Beyond the efficacy of switching fuels, there's a regional question that needs to be considered: The federal government has already shown that it's unwilling to elevate diesel fuel to public enemy status at the national level.
Byline: Mary Schubert Daily News Staff Writer Silly String has been given public enemy status in Santa Clarita.