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Through the academy, Kadis said, there would be an effort to project and promote the work of Cypriot scientists and scholars internationally and also provide scientific and consolatory support to the state.
April 14: Prince gives a consolatory performance to his fans in Atlanta.
He received a consolatory standing ovation having posted his sixth century of the match.
I found myself thinking of Act III of Wagner's Parsifal, with its consolatory and joyous Good Friday Music.
Baluchistan's consolatory goal was scored Raheel in the 30th minute.
The 1st ShCC, Cotabato City issued an order confirming the talaq between petitioner and private respondent and awarding the custody of their minor child to the husband and ordered that he give his former wife a consolatory gift.
Ferrer, the hero of Game 2, was still sobbing when he began the walk, his head bowed, unmindful of the consolatory messages being dished out from friends and fans alike.
For Qatar, it was a consolatory victory against Kuwait after having suffered a stoppage time heart-breaking defeat in the hands of tournament eventual winners on Thursday.
But after scoring a fine consolatory strike during the Blues Asia Trophy final defeat by Arsenal, he said he is ready to put his troubles behind him and start over.
But after scoring a fine consolatory strike during the Blues' Asia Trophy final defeat by Arsenal, he said he is ready to put his troubles behind him and start over.