But Cuba is ranked only Level Three, Reconsider
The South African central bank has said that it has not asked commercial banks to reconsider
their relationship with accounting firm, KPMG.
If I may give (an) unsolicited advice, mas maganda i-rethink, i-reconsider
ang instruction na yan dahil (it would be better to rethink, reconsider
the instruction because it is) very dangerous,' he added.
BEIRUT: Health Minister Wael Abu Faour Thursday called on the United Nations Relief and Works Agency to reconsider
its recent health care policy changes, saying that the Palestinian refugees could not withstand any budget cuts.
Should the current name be original and historic, especially a historic Welsh name, then a standard letter should be sent to the customer asking them to reconsider
and keep the current name - even if the proposed new name is a Welsh name.
Al-Wafd party is to host a meeting on Wednesday for its higher committee to reconsider
the party's stance towards participation in the upcoming parliamentary elections
T HE controversy stoked by Saina Nehwal after not being recommended for the Padma Bhushan took a new twist with sports minister Sarbananda Sonowal saying they received her application only on Saturday, but promised to reconsider
her case anyway.
IN response to J Williams (June 16) and David Morgan (June 24) I too appeal to the local authority to reconsider
the withdrawal of financial funding for the Welfare Rights Department of Age Concern (Age Connects) in Fairwater.
MINISTERS should reconsider
their stance on North East schools, a peer from the region has said.
NEW YORK, Oct 25 (KUNA) -- One week after its first press statement calling on Saudi Arabia to reconsider
rejection of a Security Council non-permanent seat it was elected to last week, the Arab group met Friday to discuss a draft of a second press statement that would reiterate that call.
If the royal birth has made the BBC reconsider
their position on this, then it may well be time for cynical republicans like myself to reconsider
our stance on the monarchy.
A PETITION calling on the Government to reconsider
its decision to award rail franchise to FirstGroup has received more than 12,000 backers, including Virgin Rail boss Richard Branson.