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The committee was of the opinion that the institute was required to first deposit the fund in the public exchequer while meeting the financial requirements its administration should have formally contacted government according to the fixed procedure.
In truth, there is no fixed procedure as circumstances, personal or otherwise, constantly change.
A FIFA spokesman said: "There is no fixed procedure.
The Ambassador explained that UNFICYP's service was renewed every six months, as a fixed procedure, and there was nothing unusual in that.
In truth there is no fixed procedure in doing so as circumstances constantly change.
The FA have received the referee's report from the game, which Everton eventually won 3-2, but there is no fixed procedure for dealing with the dismissals of managers.
In truth there is no fixed procedure in doing so as circumstances, personal or otherwise, constantly change.
Security service armed with picketing fixed procedures conducted with the security guards at the facilities of the Palaces of Justice of Livorno.
These are impossible tasks for orbiting telescopes that have very fixed procedures for the instruments and observations.
There were not a lot of fixed procedures, it was all based around how Chris did it.
In so-called Fixed Procedures of the Joint Committee on Security Modalities, both sides agreed to guarantee "the reduction of tension and the end of violence" and "there will be no acts (that could be) categorized as military attacks by the armed forces of the Republic of Indonesia and by GAM.
Explores a concept of work that is not restricted by traditional organizational rules like regular office hours, a single workplace, fixed procedures and limited responsibility