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Here are the 10 Welsh MPs who had the highest share of negative but not hostile messages: 1.
Established in 1996, Hostile Control Tactics is a tier-one provider of counter-terrorism law and military tactical training.
Supreme Leader Ali Khamenehi has written at least two letters to President Obama, so he has had similar contact with a hostile government.
As the threat of hostile takeovers has grown the number of corporations introducing takeover defense measures has rapidly increased since the mid-2000s.
Competitive auction scenarios occurred infrequently (37% of the time), but when they did, shareholders were the clear winners, on average receiving a substantially higher premium, while the hostile bidder was most often left empty-handed, prevailing only one-third of the time.
CMP officials allege that witnesses are turning hostile owing to pressure by the Communist Party of India Marxist (CPM), a charge the latter denies.
The results showed that, after each day, those who played the violent games had an increase in their hostile expectations.
Opposing Lekhi's argument, Delhi government's standing counsel ( criminal) Pawan Sharma pleaded the court to refer the matter to the additional chief metropolitan magistrate for trial of 19 witnesses for turning hostile.
Internet websites and blogs have subjected a number of different media to their reactions as believers, doubters, apathetic or hostile listeners.
The advanced registration would allow the beer company to cope with a hostile takeover bid more promptly by shortening the procedural period for an actual issuance to some 10 days from a conventional 25 days.
In my experience, the Buddhists are the absolute nicest and most tolerant while it is the Christians who are the most hostile and intolerant.