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The manager has also been critical of the way the London club have made it publicly known that they want the 21-year-old England international.
The ZP-39's producer and the delivery system used are not publicly known or included in standard international reference materials.
A group of lawyers from the Front to Defend Protesters have started a solidarity campaign with detained lawyer Mahienour El-Massry, as they gathered in Alexandria ahead of a court verdict expected on Sunday in the case publicly known as the "El-Raml police station clashes.
Demirel is publicly known by the nickname "Father," and for uttering pragmatist phrases such as "Yesterday is yesterday, today is today," when referring to his making of statements at different times that contradicted each other.
The Turkish government launched an initiative in early 2013 publicly known as the "solution process" to end the dispute which has claimed the lives of more than 40,000 people.
Our view, based on what is publicly known, is that the deal may only delay Iranian efforts.
Just 32 cars bearing the four rings found homes in the UK in 1965, the first being a 'compact executive' in a model range of just one, internally codenamed the F103 and publicly known simply as 'The Audi'.
The names of the three BDI MPs are publicly known and "Lajm" knows the names of the other two MPs but they refuse to be exposed in the public for now.
At this time, the exact construction budget for the power plant and associated high-tension power lines that will evacuate the generated electricity to where it will be integrated into the national grid is not publicly known.
Mrs Baker's lawyer said the attacks on her former home continued from February when the case had become publicly known, beginning as graffiti and escalating into window breaking until the defendant left the property in May.
The lightning strike occurred about two weeks and Giuliano Pisani, a Giotto expert and former city councillor for cultural affairs, said it was "absolutely outrageous" that the incident was only now becoming publicly known.
A new book has revealed that the 66-year-old former US secretary of state has suffered more fainting spells than publicly known, is prone to have blood clots, and may be at serious risk of a stroke, News.