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However, with ships already in position and planes in the air, the operation was abruptly called off on Thursday night.
Draper Mayor Troy Walker abruptly interrupted and called a recess because of the significant amendment.
'Don't just stop it abruptly. We have to really address the poverty issue among the people,' he told reporters after launching the deployment of an artificial reef called 'unjam' into the waters Marang here yesterday.
Earlier, the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) had given permission to the airline for bringing back Pakistanis who had been stranded in the Chinese city of Guangzhou since 29th of last month, when the airline abruptly cancelled its flights over a dispute of payment with the CAA.
Kim Yong Chol, the vice chairman of North Korea's Central Committee, delivered a personal letter from the young dictator, a gesture viewed as an effort to ease tensions after Trump abruptly called things off last week amid escalating threats from Pyongyang.
All arrangements were made but the cavalcade carrying the PTI chairman abruptly changed route after visiting the shrine of Data Ganj Baksh.
The team was thrown into a spin when erstwhile shirt sponsors SportPesa abruptly pulled the plug on a Sh500 million deal with the Kenya Rugby Union which benefitedthe team most at the start of thisyear."The players have been unbelievablerecently and responded so well to several challenges.
By: Egypt Today staff CAIRO -- 26 May 2017: Al-Ahly SC's coach Hossam Al-Badry confirmed that the Soliman Coulibaly Ivorian soccer player, will get hefty fine for abruptly leaving the team's camp in such a critical time.
GisA[umlaut]le Villeneuve; RISING ABRUPTLY; The University of Alberta Press (Fiction: Short Stories) 24.95 ISBN: 9781772122619
THE TRIAL BY NICOLA LINDSON-HAWLEY, PH.D., is well designed and suggests that setting a quit date and quitting abruptly increases long-term cessation rates in smokers who want to quit.
The trial by Nicola Lindson-Hawley, Ph.D., is well designed and suggests that "setting a quit date and quitting abruptly increases long-term cessation rates in smokers who want to quit," Dr.
Summary: The English-language website of one of Lebanon's most outspoken newspapers abruptly ended operations Friday, after a three-and-a-half-year stint, while plans to launch an English print edition were also put in the shredder.