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  • The first order of business was the creation of a national army.
  • His company provided the basis for the creation of a national Australian company.
  • Has it not here begun the master-work of man, the creation of a national life? Cited from The American Union Speaker, by John D. Philbrick
  • The creation of a National Army did much to bring this about. Cited from Community Civics and Rural Life, by Arthur W. Dunn
  • The party calls for creation of a national public bank.
  • In Germany, the political situation made the creation of a national code of laws impossible.
  • I do not oppose the creation of a national army for this purpose. Cited from National Being,by (A.E.)George William Russell
  • Charity for him was as natural as the creation of a national gallery.
  • This campaign resulted in the creation of a National Park Service.
  • It was very active in the pursuit of the creation of a National Theatre.
  • Even and his followers initially opposed the creation of a national Social Credit Party.
  • However, dispute between federal and state powers prevented the creation of a national park in the area at that time.
  • One of the elements of this reformist mission was the creation of a national museum.
  • Among these was the creation of a national bank, at the beginning of 1791. Cited from The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 16, No. 97, November, 1865, by Various
  • For years, opposition in Congress had prevented creation of a national system of parks.
  • He also said that he had begun consultations on the creation of a national unity government.
  • He later lobbied strongly for the creation of a national university.
  • The creation of a national political association is usually regarded as the first step towards the creation of a full-fledged political party.
  • The base has also played a significant role in the creation of a national high-technology area around Route 128.
  • Finally, the organization is committed to the creation of a national and international network of associations sharing similar goals.
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