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Raul Supiter said alert civilians discovered the improvised explosive device while gathering by the roadside in Barangay Kalawag - outside the provincial capitol - for the culmination of the weeklong 'Kalimudan Festival.
There is an awful lot of work that goes on behind the scenes and days like today are the culmination of everybody's efforts.
He will be given a comprehensive briefing on the successful culmination of the High Mark exercises as well as the objectives achieved.
The Prime Minister in his message said that the festival of Eid, which marks the culmination of the holy month of 'Ramzan', is a celebration of the spirit of sharing and brotherhood.
His topics include whether nanotechnology for a sustainable world is a goal or a set of principles, core normative components of a global project, equitable access to nanomedicines, nanotechnology for global peace and security, and nanotechnology's moral culmination in a global artificial photosynthesis project.
Dr Osama Al-Bar, the Mayor of Makkah, said this development is culmination of the great attention given by the Custodian of the Holy Mosques, King Abdullah Ibn Abdulaziz to the holy City of Makkah.
Summary: The Progressive Socialist Party and the Free Patriotic Movement are expected on Monday to unveil a joint working plan that was the culmination of several weeks of discussions, pan-Arab daily Al-Hayat reported on Sunday.
Culmination did not receive proper attention until operational art was revived during the late 1970s and early 1980s.
Summary: The Dubai Metro project represents a glorious culmination of the vision of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, UAE Vice President, Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai.
I implied earlier that the Little Dipper star pattern has its upper culmination in the evening in June.
Marine Corps established a contingency contract training program, the culmination of an initiative started by Shay Assad, Director, Defense Procurement and Acquisition Policy, OUSD(AT & L), when he was USMC's assistant deputy commandant, Installations and Logistics (Contracts).
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