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To keep silent before the curtain went up was no hardship for him.
This change is creating hardships for the salaried class.
Responding to a calling attention notice raised by Mian Mohammad Ateeq Shaikh about the decision of the Drug Regulatory Authority of Pakistan (DRAP) about 8 per cent increase in the prices of medicines, she said these hardships cases had been pending since 2011.
Tenants had to endure these hardships because council officials threatened them they would be evicted otherwise.
Department of Health and Human Services expanded hardships eligible for exemption from the Sec.
Washington, June 8 (ANI): Hardships faced in childhood may be related to future pregnancy outcomes, in part through their association with smoking during pregnancy and adult socioeconomic position, according to a new report.
They complain that they face real hardships living in diplomatic posts outside of Europe.
Furthermore, one cannot buy a property with obvious hardships and then expect a variance to be automatically granted.
Participants will be entitled to hardship withdrawals for hardships experienced by their beneficiaries, if the hardship would qualify for distribution if experienced by a spouse or dependent.
1996), and these hardships have important consequences for children's well-being.
The viewer gains a cursory understanding of the major mental illness categories, essential functions, reasonable accommodations, undue hardships, disclosure requirements, and employee harassment implications.
This book describes, with breathtaking detail, the hardships involved in the quest--hunger, frostbite, exhaustion and often tragedy.