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He expatiates the position of early apologists for the language and the later antiquarians.
Zreiq highlighted that the second phase of the campaign will be accompanied by organizing bazaars for buying Syrian commodities in the cities where Syrian expatiates live.
Also, the increase of BPOs translates to the arrival of expatiates as multinational companies expand.
30 (Petra) -- The Minister of Foreign and Expatiates Affairs, Nasser Judeh, met on Sunday with a delegation representing the British House of Commons, comprising members of the Council for Arab-British Understanding (CAABU), and the All Party-Parliamentary Jordan group, led by MP Crispin Blunt.
Zayo, expatiates in dark fibre, wavelengths, Sonet, Ethernet, IP services, and carrier-neutral colocation and interconnection.
Employment growth among expatiates in Bahrain went up by 5.
The sometime Defense Secretary remains his characteristically genial self as he defends his actions to Errol Morris and expatiates on the peculiar linguistic formulations, the riddling references to "known knowns" and "known unknowns" etc, with which he diverted the world in the run-up to the Iraq War in 2003.
The market segments can be divided into three main sectors such as the tourist sector, the local Maldivian community and the expatiates from South Asia, especially India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka.
Meanwhile, Emiratis and expatiates in Ras Al Khaimah may now pay traffic fines at the Meneiy Comprehensive Police Station, RAK.
Somali expatiates send hundreds of millions of dollars back home each year--an essential and reliable source of capital that far exceeds what the Somali territories receive in international aid.
The banks made the suggestion after the central bank had earlier proposed that borrowing for expatiates be capped at 50 percent.
Also the author generously supplies brief biographies and expatiates judiciously on key familial and political affiliations among the people mentioned.