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The Chairman NAB has directed all officers of NAB Headquarters and Regional Bureaus to listen complaints of people very attentively and respectfully but also informed each complainant regarding receipt of their applications in writing with proper reference clearly writing Unique Identification Number so that all applications may be tracked in wastage of no time.
He sat attentively alongside me as I read the article aloud to him.
Follow the meandering of this river, listen attentively to the poetic silences of this lovely work.
market more deeply and attentively, and seize trends, demands and needs directly based on the daily experience of customers and partners.
Ombudsman called upon the President of the country, who is competent to give amnesty to convicts, to attentively act upon this sensitive issue, and consider the social interest of respect children's interest, and prevention and protection of next generations.
Every aspect of the restaurant, the decor, the menu and the entertainment has been designed attentively to give the customers a real Brazilian experience.
Members were listened to attentively and the speeches were well considered on all sides.
The Fujairah Police once again called upon motorists to drive attentively on internal and peripheral roads of the emirate and warned them against using mobile phones while being at the wheel.
Gloucester fan Neil Phelps snapped Peggy Sue as she attentively watched Colwyn Bay FC take on Gloucester City at Llanelian Road on November 22.
It is a very important issue though that needs to be considered attentively," ha said at the 2nd meeting of the State Coordination Committee for the Control of Narcotic Drugs on November 20.
The fun workshop was held at Central Library where youngsters listened attentively as Nick showed them how he creates the his cartoons for the Coventry Telegraph.
Hong Kong's chief executive CY Leung said he and the government had been "listening attentively to members of the public.