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And before I forget to mention, it was a pleasure to watch the grand mufti of J& K, Mufti Azam Bashirud- din Ahmad, listening appreciatively, with rapt attention to the musical treat with a smile on his face," she wrote.
There are many recommendations that are wholly owned by the region, many are, appreciatively dependent upon a positive response from government.
After confirmation of the existence or non-existence of shale gas, which would take appreciatively five years, we will take the decision which presumes yes, we will exploit shale gas, while respecting all European and world standards for environmental protection, Ponta said.
Again, the Government of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia was appreciatively noted by the Government of Sri Lanka for the efforts exerted to obtain a pardon for the domestic worker.
Not often in one's lifetime does one hear the words, "You won't see a better extended trot than that" and nod appreciatively even though until last week you didn't know an extended trot from a jacket potato.
His article is a lively, colorful report on the event and the contestants, who share the kind of wisdom that would make Ben Franklin nod appreciatively.
Here in Birmingham, we've had women with an eye to the main chance alleging perfectly decent men have ruined their lives by looking at their backsides appreciatively or - and this is considered almost on a par with rape - patting them.
But while the tweet may have been interesting enough for us to click the video, what kept us is the way the music video presents Dubai in a different and appreciatively grittier light.
When my girlfriend said something in German and was smiling, I purred appreciatively.
Groome draws heavily from scripture and appreciatively from treasures in church tradition--plus many scholarly sources.
Being humble (ha ha) and the hired help we have to nod appreciatively and say things like "Great idea, it's bound to succeed" (Actually, it could probably help finish off the bits of the fresh produce industry that e-coli hasn't already killed.
I greeted them with a breakfast treat of yogurt and figs, and they gobbled it up, clucking appreciatively.