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President Rodrigo Duterte on Thursday said he would be forced to use 'extraordinary powers' if local chief executives in Mindanao would be uncooperative in addressing lawlessness in the region.
French tax law applies some of its harshest rates on investors from countries deemed to be uncooperative, reports Caribbean News Now (Aug.
While he was in custody, police tried to obtain two further specimens for analysis, but Griffiths was said to be uncooperative.
Would you most support someone making the best of a bad situation thorugh renewed plans, objectives and partnerships for management of the facility as well as teaching, or someone who is determined to be uncooperative and difficult "to prove their value"?
Murray's suggestion that the Case Manager meet directly with the CEP taxpayers that are deemed to be uncooperative.
Should the agent be uncooperative or overly aggressive in this regard, the CPA should consider contacting the agent's supervisor or group manager to resolve the issue.
The big-boned, 6-foot-4-inch Spock said he never meant that children should be allowed to be uncooperative or impolite.
Some people think these girls are all going to be uncooperative,'' McCracken said.