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Bus services in the area were also subject to cancellation and delays.
All works are, of course, subject to cancellation due to weather reasons, particularly at this time of year.
Any contract awarded shall be subject to cancellation by the BMUA on 30 days notice with any work
The Ak-Keme Hotel Ltd appealed to the Bishkek City Court as it disagreed with the decision of the interdistrict court and considered it illegal, invalid and subject to cancellation.
Crew were entitled to 20 days holiday, booked well in advance but subject to cancellation if Ryanair required staff to work.
Should the strike go ahead the carrier says domestic flights could be subject to cancellation and/or delay.
This figure includes six from companies whose contracts were subject to cancellation or hiatus, following the early stages of government spending cuts - a prominent future theme.
Developers and investors will be able to ascertain their rights and obligations and understand at what stage their respective projects will be subject to cancellation and on what grounds.
A spokesman for the North West Frontier Government said in a statement read after talks in Peshawar that all un-Islamic laws related to the judicial system,those against the Quran and Sunnah,would be subject to cancellation and considered null and void.
all un-Islamic laws related to the judicial system, those against the Quran and Sunnah, would be subject to cancellation and considered null and void," a spokesman for the North West Frontier Province (NWFP) said in a statement after talks in Peshawar with Islamist leaders from Swat.
International flights would not be affected by the strike, however around 22% of domestic flights will be subject to cancellation or delay.