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Take notice that being dissatisfied by the Court of appeal ruling intends to appeal at the Supreme Court against the whole of the decision," her lawyers said in the notice.
For the sixth consecutive year, a majority of Americans say they are dissatisfied with U.
When people are dissatisfied with a local police investigation, they can appeal.
The survey results, which polled 20,000 jobseekers and employers across the GCC, showed that 43% of respondents are dissatisfied by the jobs they are currently in.
Some 7% of students said they were dissatisfied with their education and a further 7% were neither satisfied nor dissatisfied.
The number of respondents who were dissatisfied was minuscule.
For Turkish Cypriot leader Mustafa Akinci, 61 per cent of Greek Cypriots were dissatisfied or somewhat dissatisfied with his stance compared to 26 per cent who were satisfied or somwhat satisfied with him.
This implied that if highway travel time were addressed by NDOT, a greater number of respondents who are currently dissatisfied would feel that the level of congestion on Nevada highways was acceptable.
14% on the other hand said they are somewhat dissatisfied and 7% said they are very dissatisfied and merely 1% did not respond.
Asked how they feel about the amount of various state and local taxes in Texas, 54 percent said they are dissatisfied with property taxes - and only 33 percent said they were satisfied about those bills.
Americans who say they are dissatisfied with current abortion policies were asked a followup question to learn if they are dissatisfied because they want current abortion laws to be stricter or less strict.
Over half (53 percent) of SME operators reported they were satisfied with their work/life balance, while just over a quarter (26 percent) said they were dissatisfied in the latest MYOB Business Monitor survey.