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By unconditionally authorizing the transaction, these decisions confirm the industrial logic of the tie-up between the two groups.
Replying to a debate in the Lok Sabha, Civil Aviation Minister Ajit Singh said there would be no vindictive action if the striking pilots came for talks unconditionally, but remained silent on the fate of the 71 pilots already sacked.
The probationary status group was statistically significant in that it was more diverse than the unconditionally admitted group.
My dad told me he loved me unconditionally and was a changed person and ashamed of how he treated me in the past and that he would accept me and anyone in my life--that was a huge decision.
A woman aged 30 arrested on suspicion of having stolen goods has been released unconditionally.
A police spokesman said: "He was arrested in connection with the inquiry into the mayor's chain and following an interview was released unconditionally.
This definition is intended to apply broadly and, for example, will cover an arrangement under which a contract's non-owner provides funds directly to the owner with which the owner pays premiums--as long as the non-owner is entitled to recover, conditionally or unconditionally, all or some of the contract's proceeds (e.
weapons inspectors immediately and unconditionally in his meeting with U.
The appeals court held that the PLRA termination provision is not a unilateral mandate to courts to unconditionally terminate prospective relief in prison conditions cases and does not unconstitutionally prescribe the rule of decision.
A leader of Muslim guerrillas who took about a dozen people hostage in Kyrgyzstan said they will consider releasing four Japanese unconditionally, a mediator told Kyodo News on Wednesday.
He has always been there for me (and my friends), and he has always loved me unconditionally.
Qualified stated interest is defined as stated interest unconditionally payable at least annually at a single fixed rate.