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The other eleven will have to readjust their microbiological standards to the criteria of the Russian legislation considering Macedonia's laws are fully harmonized with the European.
We were in the mix in the league until we dropped a couple of points at PSNI, but we'll maybe have to readjust our ambitions because it could take us the season to get a lot of new players settled.
I hope Rajan is able to readjust the fiscal system," Jain said.
Abu Emad said it is difficult for adults and very difficult for children to readjust their sleeping times.
Bartlett said: "We face a tough period to trade through the transitional period and readjust the business to life in the Championship, but I am confident we can do that.
Some change to less stressful jobs or work part-time; others readjust their expectations of what they can accomplish on and off the job.
In the book and in his columns, he's written extensively about the transition warriors face when they return from combat and readjust to civilian life.
12 Readjust the paper to form a circle with the same size you measured in Step 10.
As I readjust the title of the article by Sonia Alleyne " .
5 Exposing yourself to sunshine helps readjust your internal clock.
If a small mask is too big to create a good seal, readjust and tighten the head harness, then test with PATS again.
The upshot of having four powerful planets in your own sign during January will free you to readjust in some way.