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Paradoxically, UNHRC has recently nominated Pakistani Advocate Ms Asma Jahangir, a fairly disputed HR activist with unhidden biases against Pakistan Armed forces, as a member of team to investigate HR violations allegedly committed by Sri Lanka Armed forces during military operation against LTTE.
Along with benefits it is proved that DE has also many hurdles hidden and unhidden which are on the way to adopt the distance education.
Perhaps the most disturbing part of Estabrooks' whine fest is his abject and unhidden intellectual timidity when it comes to the problems faced by immigrant workers--documented and undocumented.
Concerned over the disappearance of Mutasim in the UAE, the High Peace Council (HPC) the other day said hidden and unhidden hands had always been there to sabotage the Afghan peace process when a breakthrough was expected.
Besides, removal of Wise Folder Hider will not expose hidden files,and all the hidden files can only be opened or unhidden by Wise Folder Hider.
The thronged boughs of the shadowy sycamore Still bear young leaflets half the summer through; From when the robin 'gainst the unhidden blue Perched dark, till now, deep in the leafy core, The embowered throstle's urgent wood-notes soar Through summer silence.
He said that it is an unhidden truth that the criminal activities especially extortions, target killing and supply of drugs are being executed under the flags of certain political parties.
Despite Mountbatten's sincere support, Indian skepticism on the Viceroy's fidelity remained unhidden.
Their unhidden aim is to restore the Islamic Caliphate in the region, the goal for which they have strengthened relations with all fanatical elements and groups in Gaza, Libya, Sudan and now Syria.
People viewed the recent Quetta bombing and attack on Quaid-I-Azam residency in Ziarat as a part of a conspiracy being hatched by unhidden forces against the government of Dr.
The soft ground seemed to hinder his progress that day so a return to a brisker surface could unlock previously unhidden talent.
She is the embodiment of motherhood at its most excelling performance, for every time she speaks (and she only speaks five times throughout the play) there is an unhidden trace of wisdom that graces her speech and a visibly impressive sense of foresight (call it sixth sense or motherly instinct, if you like).