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He outlined the chamber's efforts to allay detrimental repercussions on the national economy.
She added: "Infertility treatment can have substantial physical, social and emotional repercussions, especially for women who undergo the majority of invasive investigations.
BEIRUT: Progressive Socialist Party leader Walid Jumblatt warned Monday that instability in Egypt would have repercussions for the whole region.
History Makers does not put forth such naive beliefs as to claim that prayer alone allows for earthshaking events such as the capture of Saddam Hussein, but it does stress the positive repercussions prayer can bring on all walks of human life, culminating in what can only be described as a translation "from censer to scepter".
But no act that vile can go without its repercussions, and, despite the extent Henchard has gone to to remake his life, they are grave indeed.
But overindulging that craving could have serious repercussions -- a dramatic and chronic malaise, according to veterinarian Ketherine A.
The minister announced that he would be determined to achieve practical issues during the three months period in a bid to leave positive repercussions on the Lebanese economy and Lebanese consumer.
Pointed out that the measures taken to face the repercussions of Abu Ghraib prison and the escape of al Qaeda leaders.
BEIRUT: Syrian Ambassador to Lebanon Ali Abdel-Karim Ali said Tuesday that controlling the border and implementing bilateral agreements between Lebanon and Syria will help Lebanon avoid problems and protect it against repercussions, the NNA reported.
From the earliest spa traditions in America and Missouri's frontier spas to the businesses that flourished bottling mineral waters, the nature of mineralized groundwater resources, the repercussions of establishing saltworks at the state's saline springs, and more, Healing Waters offers a thoroughly researched, in-depth historical tour.
But how successful was this effort, what repercussions did it have, and what lessons can be drawn from this history and applied to the future?