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no thought for the inconvenience and financial "This is a cowardly act by someone whose only gain from these offences can be to think it is harmless fun to cause damage to the property of hardworking members of the "This is a cowardly act by someone whose only gain from these offences can be to think it is harmless fun to cause damage to the property of hardworking members of the community.
NNA - Government Commissioner to the Military Court, Judge Sakr Sakr, on Thursday prosecuted the arrested Sleiman Ali-- an axis leader in Bl Mohsen-- and 28 other fugitives over the crime of being affiliated with an armed terrorist organization in order to carry out terrorist and sabotage acts, participate in fighting in Tripoli incidents, open fire and cause damage to buildings and properties.
Its findings also said Penarth had a 20% chance each year that waves could rise above the sea wall and cause damage to buildings, while both Penarth and Cardiff were at increased risk of storms and Cardiff faced catastrophic annual flooding within 100 years if defences were not improved.
Marshal's Service Warrant Information Network, and thereby intentionally attempted to cause damage to the CSOC computer and database.
Summary: Crude oil continues to trade lower on reduced fears that OPEC will cut production and that Hurricane Ike will cause damage to US oil infrastructure in.
Hannah Kennedy, prosecuting, told Perth Sheriff Court: "He was observed to cause damage to motor vehicles, mainly by jumping on the bonnet.
A, B, C of ultraviolet rays which cause damage to skin:The radiation which comes from the sun is made up of three types of ultraviolet rays - UVA, UVB and UVC.
But Moisa's comments can cause damage to their careers, especially if any of the officers were asked to take the stand after making routine arrests.
Salford, has taken a different approach, focusing on the possibility that such exposures could cause damage to the brain itself.
These waves don't typically cause damage to buildings or other structures because of their high frequency and small magnitude, says Allen.
Some are far too close to the kerb,and all will inevitably cause damage to the steering systems of the cars using the lane.
It's virtually impossible for long pieces or plates to feed over the sill and cause damage to furnace linings or spillage problems," said Field Sales Manager Dick Kraus.