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Obasi also said that it was time for the government to address the lingering fuel scarcity and other issues affecting the masses.
A violent hailstorm broke over the ground LINGERING hopes of a positive outcome between Derbyshire and Glamorgan at the County Ground were not so much put on ice as frozen out by a storm midway through the final afternoon.
The survey revealed that the Gulf population ranked lingering kitchen smells such as Kushna -- a combination of fried onions, garlic, ginger and spices used as a base in popular Arab dishes -- as the number one most common household odour and the toughest lingering smell to get rid of.
The storm's behavior has remained unchanged and lingering in affected areas at 5 kph.
This suggests that the lingering question perhaps should be: Are we looking for a solution to "The Future of Denver's 16th Street Mall" where a problem doesn't exist?
Muzaffarabad -- The Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) Prime Minister Chaudhry Abdul Majeed praised the Army Chief General Raheel Sharif for his unequivocal stand over Kashmir issue and stressing upon India to resolve lingering Kashmir dispute under UN resolutions.
Lingering supply concerns due to the dramatic drop in US oil drilling rigs in recent weeks and a cutback in the exploration budgets of energy firms triggered another weekly increase in fuel prices, sources said.
However, this lingering worry will only linger for so long, and there comes a time when more tangible action than an empty yellow box is needed.
Lingering warm weather in late November set three new temperature records in Bulgaria Thursday.
Summary: Geneva: The Palestinian issue has been lingering over several decades now and is a supreme .
THE majority of C4's four-hour Run padded out with lingering looks.
Summary: Copper fell in London on lingering concern demand will weaken as the economy slows in China, the world's biggest consumer of the metal.