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BEIRUT: The all too familiar sight of trash in the streets will return after a Burj Hammoud municipality decision to bar access to a new landfill site was put into effect Wednesday.
Under the deal, they will put into effect a range of joint marketing activities targeting Malaysia's leading inbound visitor markets -- the UK, the US, Europe (Germany, France and Italy), and the Middle East region (the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Oman, Bahrain, Qatar and Kuwait).
Secretary General of the Headquarters for Honoring the Martyrs of Islam World Movement Forouz Raja'ee-Far told FNA in 2007 that his headquarters had announced in 2004 that it would pay $100,000 to anyone who could put into effect Imam Khomeini's verdict and that after 3 years it has now raised the prize to $150,000.
By Miyoko Ishigami GUNAGZHOU, China, Nov 12 (KUNA) -- The State of Kuwait and Guangzhou city are set to put into effect the twinning agreement which was signed in April during the visit by Kuwait's capital district governor Sheikh Ali Al-Jaber Al-Ahmad Al-Sabah, said a Kuwaiti diplomat here Monday.
Irishman Hughes, narrowly beaten in last season's title race by Paul Hanagan, was given a five-day suspension on the first afternoon the rules were put into effect, and he got another 10 at Kempton when finishing a neck second on More Than Words in the Play Rainbow Riches At bluesq.
The Irishman was given a fiveday suspension on the first afternoon the rules were put into effect on Monday, and he got another 10 at Kempton.
The Irishman was given a five-day suspension on the first afternoon the rules were put into effect on Monday, and he got another 10 at Kempton when finishing a neck second on More Than Words in the Play Rainbow Riches At bluesq.
The FA have also put into effect a major costsaving exercise including a pay freeze.
Celik said that Turkey firstly signed Social Security Agreement with the Netherlands in 1966, and it was put into effect in 1968.
TOMORROW'S Cabinet meeting in Liverpool will see a number of road closures put into effect in the city centre.
2 : to put into effect : perform or carry out <execute a plan>