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If Australia stands for anything, we stand for freedom of expression and democracy and the peaceful resolution of differences," Kavanagh said.
IF LOCAL government stands for anything, it is getting the place run properly.
To find out that Tesco stands for anything at all ( other than an insatiable lust for global domination ( is something of a surprise, mind.
CHILE'S Fernando Gonzalez has beaten Agustin Calleri in both their previous encounters, but if recent form stands for anything, Calleri should gain revenge in Estoril today, writes Paul Kealy.
If the Labour party stands for anything it stands for the eradication of injustice," he will tell the conference.
Mike Noll went on to say, "If the 'Wal-Martization' of America -- and increasingly, the world -- stands for anything, it's this: Good ideas backed with hard work can reach unimaginable heights and CBZJ certainly would benefit from riding the coat tails of an American powerhouse like Wal-Mart.
If demeanor stands for anything, Howard Eastman would seem to have a good chance of defeating Bernard Hopkins tonight when they square off for Hopkins' undisputed middleweight championship at Staples Center.
Titled DSTM - it stands for anything from Drama to Music to Dean Sullivan Tina Malone - the school is based at Liverpool's Everyman Theatre.