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According to the other Deputy Chair of the party, Aliosman Imamov, the disproportional cuts stem from the fact that all state religion subsidies were reduced by BGN 100 000.
There are other venues for dealing with the policy on climate change and disproportional focus on that might be a distraction from the larger promise of this conference,'' said Lagon, deputy assistant secretary of state for international organization affairs.
Above all, the amount of fine imposed is disproportional.
The Supreme Court ruled the seizure of $357,144 from the Tarzana man as punishment was ``grossly disproportional to the gravity of his offense.
WASHINGTON -- The Coalition for Tax Fairness (CTF), an organization working to address the Incentive Stock Option Alternative Minimum Tax (ISO AMT) crisis, and ReformAMT, a grassroots tax reform organization dedicated to resolving the ISO AMT crisis, applaud Congress for passing legislation that fairly and comprehensively provides relief for tens of thousands of workers suffering for eight years from unintended, severely disproportional AMT tax burdens.
The sample is stratified disproportional to the specifications by the contracting authority by state.
By the way, I feel sincerely sorry when I see students beaten or injured by the police who often use disproportional violence.
While there are encouraging signs the economy may finally be recovering, the revelation that the UK government has been planning expenditure cuts of nearly 10% could have a disproportional effect on the Welsh economy, given the high dependence on the public sector which some economists have suggested to be as much as two thirds of the wealth generated in Wales.
Their unique trading platform is changing the way businesses work in the eCommerce environment and it is creating a disproportional selling advantage for their partners.
This picture also means that remaining businesses are under enormous cost pressures; demand maybe good but businesses are not profitable and if they are not profitable, small shocks can have a disproportional effect.
The nation's highest court ruled in a 5-4 decision that Hosep Krikor Bajakajian's constitutional rights were violated because the forfeiture of his money as punishment was ``grossly disproportional to the gravity of his offense.
WASHINGTON -- The Coalition for Tax Fairness (CTF), an organization working to address the Incentive Stock Option Alternative Minimum Tax (ISO AMT) crisis, and ReformAMT, a grassroots tax reform organization, applaud the House of Representatives for passing legislation that fairly and comprehensively provides relief for tens of thousands of workers suffering for eight years from unintended, severely disproportional AMT tax burdens.