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He expressed these views while talking to the media during his day long visit to Tehsil Bara of Khyber agency to review the arrangements for expeditious repatriation of Bara IDPs to their homes on Monday.
We believe that the auction method devised by this real estate; team will result in the expeditious sale of these properties thereby ultimately benefiting all concerned, including the investors, lenders, tenants and their neighborhoods.
With the endorsement of the Board of Directors, we now look forward to a smooth, expeditious sale.
Clearly, the system has broken down, assuming it ever operated in an expeditious manner.
Because these market opportunities exist in the state, the resolution asks DNR to not only assist those wanting to start shingle recycling plants, but to educate local governments and the Missouri citizenry on the benefits of using recycled asphalt roofing shingles compared to current landfill disposal practices and to review all permit applications and facility operating needs in a "timely and expeditious manner.
Because these market opportunities exist in the state, the resolution asks DNR to assist those wanting to start shingle recycling plants and to educate local governments and the citizenry on the benefits of using recycled asphalt roofing shingles, as well as to review all permit applications and facility operating needs in a "timely and expeditious manner.
5, declaring that its goal is to seek "means by which the United States can help the Cuban people bring about an expeditious end of the dictatorship.
They trust that there will be an expeditious response to these issues since many patients are anxiously waiting for access to these much needed medicines.
It is the most cost-effective solution for reliable, expeditious, secure movement of highly valuable data across all networks and systems.
expeditious isolation and interception of communications content;
It also said that it will take more time to resolve outstanding issues, which were listed as: estimates of General Synod's liability for all physical and sexual abuse claims; questions around claims for loss of culture and language; and alternative dispute resolution methods of validating claims "that are credible, reliable, expeditious, culturally appropriate and safe.
According to the court, the grievance procedures described in the state prison's inmate handbook were not sufficiently clear, expeditious, or respected by prison officials to constitute an "available administrative remedy" for the purposes of the requirements of the Prison Litigation Reform At (PLRA).