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A mood of disillusionment among segments of Turkish Cypriot voterscould indicate a departure from usual voting patterns.
This is a significant departure from usual practice and if questions are raised about the neutrality of it by voters or candidates, it could affect public confidence in the elections," said the commission.
Fans of RPGs may like the departure from usual dungeon quests, but I suspect this game is aimed at the younger player, which makes me wonder if they'll have the patience for all the text.
Analysts said it would be a departure from usual strategy.
In a departure from usual practice, several Bills were referred for Committee consideration during the winter intersessional periods in February and March of 2004.
He acknowledged during a teleconference sponsored by the FDA that he was not in agreement with his review staff or the FDA advisory committee with regard to the sufficiency of data concerning safety, and that his signature on the "not-approvable" letter sent to Barr Research, the maker of Plan B, marks a departure from usual protocol.
He acknowledged during a teleconference sponsored by the FDA that he was not in agreement with his review staff or the FDA advisory committee with regard to the sufficiency of data regarding safety, and that his signature on the "not-approvable" letter sent to Barr Research, the maker of Plan B, marks a departure from usual protocol.
Charles Heyman, editor of Jane's World Armies, described this arrangement as "a surprise departure from usual U.