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76 million Zakat had been collected from Islamabad Capital Territory (ICT) areas during financial year 2014-15, Followed by Rs 130.
collected in the beef cattle barn was identical to that for B.
Information will be collected about firms' assets, liabilities, income, and expenses.
With respect to these benchmarks, another neglected issue arises in the discussion concerning the analysis of the data collected.
Canada's federal privacy law, which became effective January 1, 2002, extends privacy protection to all personal data regardless of when the data was collected.
When you put them together, in the order in which you collected them, they'll spell the answer to the question at the bottom of the page.
Furthermore, the data that is most easily collected may have little bearing on quality of care and may not contribute appreciably to the understanding of how health care is delivered.
You don't have to worry about administering your catalog, and [the publisher] makes sure your money is collected.
In psychoanalytic terms you could talk about collected objects as transitional objects or surrogate objects, like the blanket that stands in for the mother's breast.
Passed on June 12, 1991, the Packaging Ordinance requires manufacturers or retailers to "take back" their packaging or ensure that 80 percent of it is collected rather than thrown out.
In 1990, entomologists reported they had isolated the so-called Potosi virus from specimens of Asian tiger mosquitoes collected in Potosi, Mo.