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Pakistani actor Meera has applauded Mahira Khan for the first time ever.
Paul David Anderson wrote: "Can I ask on behalf of myself, his friends and colleagues in the Regiments he served with and, most importantly, his family, that at Thursday nights match against FK Ufa, we as a Rangers family stand and applaud Ryan's life and service to our country in the 31st minute?" The plea comes as an online fundraiser to help with the costs of Ryan's funeral has raised more than PS5000.
Many Evertonians stayed behind at the full-time whistle and applauded the City squad after a dominant performance which, at one point, saw them hold 84% of possession.
Everton fans applaud on 14 minutes, in memory of Jake Watson Picture: COLIN LANE
With Applaud, Barnardo's intends to transform the way it works with Oracle[R] E-Business Suite by empowering employees and managers regardless of where they are based.
The defeat finally confirmed Villa's relegation from the Premier League and while Villa's players applauded the fans at the end, the majority of the team did it from a distance.
I also applaud all our councillors for the great job they do, regardless of their politics.
! Washington, Rabi'I 13, 1435, Jan 14, 2014, SPA -- The United States Monday urged Thailand to find a peaceful way to resolve deep differences as it applauded restraint shown so far by authorities faced with major protests.
Please feel free to applaud zealously the Egyptian generals who conducted a coup and massacred people in its aftermath.
"We applaud EPA for taking a step in the right direction to reduce particulate matter exposure and safeguard public health," said APHA Executive Director Georges Benjamin, MD, FACP, FACEP (E).
First, I applaud Captain Baker for his willingness to take a position contrary to mine.
"We wanted to establish this to recognise, publicise and applaud deserving Asian women throughout Wales who have made significant contributions to Welsh."