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In 2006, the Supreme Court rejected the notion that there is a presumption of irreparable harm upon a showing of infringement regarding whether to grant a permanent injunction in patent cases in eBay v.
May Allah Almighty in His Infinite mercy shower His blessings and grant eternal peace to the departed soul and give strength and courage to the bereaved family to bear this irreparable loss, the release issued here Thursday says.
In a condolence message, he prayed to Allah Almighty for eternal peace of the departed soul and grant courage to bereaved family to bear this irreparable loss with patience.
and the risk of irreparable damage for the Greek economy is now great.
Antony's goof- up on it have inflicted " irreparable damage" on the reputation of the government.
Dennis Habecker, (Address supplied) An irreparable loss to cinema Dear Sir, Gulf Times, The death of R Manivannan is an irreparable loss not only to Tamil films but to the entire Indian cinema ("Tamil actor and director Manivannan dies aged 58", June 16).
Islamabad -- Pakistan, Tuesday, sympathized with victims of Oklahoma tornado and expressed profound grief over the irreparable life and property losses.
Although irreparable injury is an essential element to obtaining
A district court denied Bethesda's motion, and the company appealed the decision, claiming the court abused its discretion and misapplied the law when it concluded Bethesda failed to establish a likelihood of irreparable harm.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- French Foreign Minister Alain Juppe said on Sunday that everything should be done to avoid military action against Iran as any attack on the powerful country would have irreparable repercussions for the world.
It warns the plans being pushed through by health secretary Andrew Lansley will "do irreparable harm" by reducing quality, choice and efficiency and making the NHS unfair.