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The property briefly comprises a porch leading through into a generous and welcoming formal lounge with staircase access to the upper floor and interconnecting access into a dining room and contemporary fitted kitchen.
BEIRUT: Residents of an east Lebanon town briefly blocked a road Tuesday to protest a decision to close quarries in the area that the National Council of Quarries and Crushers said were illegal.
He was briefly detained and later released with the warning to observe the elections' code of conduct, the sources added.
Michael Sheen turned out for the American launch of the Richard Burton Diaries, and briefly stole the great man's limelight as Swansea University Vice Chancellor Professor Richard B Davies was on hand in New York to present the degree to Sheen.
The benchmark contract briefly topped the $100 mark last Wednesday for the first time since October 2008.
The S&P 500 briefly tumbled near its 2010 intraday low of 1,040.
Summary: EUR-USD briefly traded on easier footing in early European trade after ECB's Trichet said that he feels we are still in a period of economic contraction,.
Soldiers leave their trenches to unite in song to briefly forget the war and remember the message of Christmas brought by the Prince of Peace.
A terminal was briefly evacuated at Washington's Reagan National Airport last night (17 October).
Chorion, which owns and manages classic and contemporary literary-based brands, has awarded licences to Briefly Stated, ES Originals, Freeze and NTD Apparel to allow them to produce clothing and accessories for children using Roger Hargreaves' Mr Men and Little Miss franchise.
Briefly, I served as a bishop's messenger in the diocese of Athabasca, in my own parish church of St.
Opposition to the Lords was to remain a part of the extra-parliamentary radical movement as it had been throughout much of the century until parliamentary and popular criticisms of the Lords were briefly united in 1910-1911.