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After the Senate invoked the never-before-used Article 155 of Spain's 1978 constitution, the central government could move swiftly to remove the Catalan president, suspend his ministers and assume authority over the region's public media, police and finances.
He quoted these elements as saying: "Misuari has to be put in a legal quagmire so he cannot assume authority here," and added, "Some of these people are still serving as tentacles of the former government of the Philippines.
has been called acting with impunity, to assume authority, or the right
HHS is the Agency that is responsible for both CMS and FDA, and FDA cannot assume authority over LDTs unless HHS allows it, which they have not.
RUSSIAN DIRECTOR Andrey Zvyagintsev made an auspicious debut in 2003 with The Return, a film about the primal struggle of a father, returned from a long, unidentified war, to assume authority over his two adolescent, none too welcoming sons.
Davidson also noted that the Ministry would not look favourably upon Brant's request to assume authority from the province for Official Plan amendment approval if the county went ahead with the rezoning.
Shban said that the coalition delegation called "opposition" returned to the orchestra which markets baseless things, adding "it seems that their goal, or they imagine along with their masters, that we came to Geneva to let them assume authority, and this is an illusion that should go out of their minds.
While TAs assume authority to explain concepts and to instruct, WAs effectively aid a class without working as the professor's double.
Alcaraz will definitely sit out this weekend's game, with skipper Gary Caldwell set to assume authority in the centre of Wigan's three-man defence.
When Islamists began to assume authority, state media sided with them against others.
Our sympathies went out at that time to someone so little experienced who had been persuaded to take on a post which had been filled by such luminaries in the past as Richard Armstrong, Charles Mackerras and Carlo Rizzi, and having to assume authority over a bunch of musos as grizzled as so many long-serving organisations are.
Atmar had reportedly asked the US military to assume authority over training centres managed by DynCorp, the US company whose employees were involved in the incident in the northern province of Kunduz.