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I believe a gifted life such as the one I have been blessed with needs to be lived with full observance to aACAydharma', which is Sanskrit for the karmic obligation of a human soul to participate morally and ethically on the path of duty which brings wellness to humanity," said Kilachand.
It must be based on full observance of international law and the agreements reached by the governments of these countries," Lukashevich added.
The Geneva Communique sets out a number of key steps for a Syrian-led transition, starting with the establishment of a transitional governing body with full executive powers and providing for the restoration of public services and full observance of human rights, he noted.
Khalifa Maktoum, Director of the Public Health Department at the RAK Municipality, said the inspectors' working hours have been changed to ensure full observance of the markets round-the-clock.
Owner can prove sales and profit along with allowing full observance on-site during due diligence period leading up to Closing.
Even though a full observance of the Olympic Truce, meaning a cessation of hostilities during the Games, was not achieved, its spirit was definitely brought to life by a vast number of peace building and conflict prevention initiatives carried out worldwide, as well as by the exemplary behaviour shown by the athletes, spectators and volunteers," Mr.
The European Parliament welcomed the adoption of constitutional amendments as a step in the right direction, and urged their proper implementation with full observance of the standards of the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR).
We are also advocating for full observance of international law.
It is the responsibility of each prospective investor to satisfy himself or herself as to the full observance of the laws of any relevant state or country, including obtaining any government or other consent which may be required or observing any other formality which needs to be observed in that state and/or country.
accept the Offer to satisfy himself as to the full observance of the laws and
Spies from the "mother" church of James in Jerusalem dogged Paul's missionary journeys, insisting that circumcision and full observance of the Mosaic Law were required of all converts, undermining Paul's insistence that grace In Christ alone was what saved.
Once abuse is entirely banned, there is no reason for the United States not to return to full observance of the Geneva Conventions, and there are many benefits in doing so.