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Employment/education outcomes increased to 31% amongst those in contemplation, 36% for unauthentic action jobseekers, 43% of preparation and 47% of action.
Abdulrazag Al-Marouni, the head of Abyan Province Security, told the Ministry of Defense website that what has been reported is unauthentic and misleading, and that Yemen's security services are still pursuing Al-Shihri and other terrorists.
My wife felt the same as she went for the vegetarian curry option, both of us plumping for a rice/chips mix that is as tempting as it is unauthentic.
The representatives of Ata Jurt party could not prove that the publicized video recording was unauthentic.
According to unauthentic information about 20 per cent of the UAE population is diabetic and another 20 per cent is susceptible to contracting the disease.
The father and sons in this play portray fake anger and unauthentic love.
Toxically Unauthentic Info: You'll show your best side, of course, but remember that honesty is the best policy.
It is part of an emerging trend for unauthentic and disappointing cocktails.
The source, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said the aim of launching the channel is countering unauthentic fatwas and particularly violent ones that played an important role in destabilizing the country during the security crisis the bordered civil war in the 1990s.
She said most twins struggle with being completely honest with each other for fear of upsetting the other, which in Friedman's experience made her feel unauthentic.
The data cited in the article were unauthentic and the research methodology was not based on science,'' Jia said in rejecting the findings.
Urban high schools that rely on bureaucratic structures and behaviors have allowed urban students and their teachers to become deskilled (Anyon, 1997; Johnson, 2004) with their reliance on scripted lessons and unauthentic assessments, and may be widening the gap in wealth and power in the US (Giroux, 2003; Sehr, 1997).