order of the day

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The order of the day comprises announcement of a panel of chairmen, Question Hour on Katchi Abadis department, adjournment motion of Khurram Sher Zaman on corruption in the funds of Larkana development package, announcement of assent by the governor to the Sindh Public Procurement (Amendment) Bill, 2017, introduction and consideration of the Sindh Regularisation of Teachers Bill, 2018, and the Sindh Sales Tax on Services (Amendment) Bill, 2018.
In the Order of the Day, HM the King said that the commemoration of the 55th comes after decencies of sacrifice and devotion by the members of the Royal Armed Forces in defending the homeland, protecting its citizens and safeguarding its sacred values.
Girl power was the order of the day on the Surrey track, with Kirsty Milczarek keeping up her bid to be the winter's top rider with a third win in a row on Mutamaasek for Lady Heeries.
This nostalgic Plate Day view of the North Road at Gosforth was taken in an era when ankle-length skirts for woman and bowler hats and cutaway coats for men were the order of the day.
Bagpipes and Highland dress were the order of the day for the 50th Anniversary celebration of the American-Scottish Foundation at the annual Wallace Award Dinner presided over by Foundation president Alan L.
Plus, fins were the order of the day, and--in 1972--giant "Leisure-Mobiles" with modular power units hauled the family and a sizable speedboat in a package reminiscent of GM's "Parade of Progress" truck fleet.
He feels invisible but lucky because he is here and not in Algiers where terror is the order of the day.
Thus there is a natural association of ideas between the secret military documents and the Islamic world, at a time when political will, the power of the media, and distrust among cultures are the order of the day.
Welcome to the lean world where change is the order of the day and 20- or 30-year-old paradigms must be thrown out.
Raunch was often the order of the day, [including] jokes that centered on the possibility that any one of us might be gay.
Leggy blondes seem to be the order of the day for the dark-haired lad, but then as his father has always said: 'blondes have more fun'.

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