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That's one of the great strengths of comedy for me, it can allow people to show disagreement in a safe way.
htm) Australians Show Disagreement With Abbott Budget Thru March in May Protests; Premiers Vow to Inflict Maximum Political Pain to PM
In September, MNLF forces under the faction of founding chairman Nur Misuari attacked Zamboanga City to show disagreement over the peace deal the government and MILF are working on.
Although there are several tests available to indirect diagnosis (especially enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA), indirect hemagglutination (IHA) and indirect immunofluorescense (IIF)), there is not a gold-standard technique, and the results obtained by different techniques show disagreement, with varying levels of sensitivity and specificity.
The senators of ANP also staged walkout to show disagreement over the promulgated local government ordinance.
Shihosho did not show disagreement toward the increase of attorneys, and I do not know why.
Communications seen by the ECHO between Signature bosses and Chris Lomas, the council's divisional manager for licensing and public protection, show disagreements over waste collection at the shelter - with Signature bosses expecting waste to be collected on February 21.
The descriptions of the origin of the long head of the biceps brachii tendon (LHBBT) in the majority of texbooks texts and in anatomical works show disagreements, in special, as the relationships of the tendon with the glenoid labrum of the scapula.
If test comparisons between shifts show disagreements beyond the "normal" acceptable limits, a refresher course might be in order for all technicians as a group to ensure consistency of the testing.