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He is alleged to have "entered into an arrangement" to provide money for terrorism activities between January 2003 and December 2010.
Summary: Liverpool chairman Tom Werner says they are prepared to provide money for big-name signings if it benefits the team's long-term future.
The consumers also complained that the ATMs issued receipt of issuance of rupees but didnt provide money and also deduced money from their cards.
The council also voted to provide money to establish an additional 500 beds at shelter spaces in the downtown area.
The Congressional Black Caucus has been very active in pressing the administration and pressing the Congress to provide money.
A third person, Frzana Khan, aged 41, of Anley Way, Daimler Green, Coventry, had been charged with conspiracy to provide money and other property to Lashkar-e-Tayyiba.
One, a 55-cent property tax increase per $100 of assessed valuation, will provide money to hire more than 400 new teachers.
6 million and issuing the new mortgage at a lower interest rate, HDC will provide money to the buildings owner, B&L Concourse Housing, to make needed substantial renovations.
At the request of tree groups affected by Hurricane Katrina, AMERICAN FORESTS has launched a Katrina ReLeaf Fund to provide money for local communities to restore their tree canopy when conditions permit.
Under this plan, new drugs would be sold at generic prices as soon as the FDA approved them, and innovation would be rewarded not by high monopoly prices, but by a $60 billion per year fund, which would provide money to developers of new products based upon the actual impact on health outcomes over ten years.
They provide money for Gordon Brown's large pocket.
The editor of the book says that it was written in part to provide money for Lee, who had no ready means of support after his repatriation.