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There are many safety concerns, people are in a panic and violence is a usual occurrence, as people try to get what limited resources are available.
Asked whether the deputy AG going against his boss' instructions was a usual occurrence, Clerides said the deputy is obliged to comply with the AG's decisions.
According to Yavuz, the E[currency]anlyurfa Police Department said there was nothing more the police could have done as a press meeting is a usual occurrence in the town.
I don't really check for them any more really, it's become such a usual occurrence it doesn't really mean much to me," said Watson of online threat-makers after reaching Wimbledon's third round for the first time since 2012.
Watson said: "I don't really check for them any more - it has become such a usual occurrence it doesn't mean much.
I don't really check for them any more really, it's become such a usual occurrence that it doesn't really mean much to me," said Watson of online threat-makers, after reaching Wimbledon's third round for the first time since 2012.
This is not a usual occurrence but we can facilitate such supports, with guidance from the judiciary.
Some say that male bears killed the mothers as it is a usual occurrence while others say that the young beasts may have lost their mothers because of a moratorium on hunting bears.
Bynum was whistled for three early fouls - a usual occurrence for him - but did a good job guarding Howard.
Although such weather conditions are not unknown in our skies, their more usual occurrence spans only a couple of days, not weeks.
It is understood the woman was not being tried for paying the defendant because it was a usual occurrence to pay clearing agents to fast track the process of applying for a visa.
D etective Superintendent William Prendergast said: "What we had was a very usual occurrence back in February 22,2006, when a man was grabbed off the street by two men.