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Honda Motor Company (NYSE: HMC), a Japan-based automaker, is reportedly planning to bring back the Passport model name to continue expanding its crossover range.
NAB and Interior Ministry has stopped the working after a stay order was from the IHC to bring back Dar, putting his name in ECL and declaring him absconder.
You cannot bring back a bayonet as a present for a relative.
If the relaunch works, Wall's will bring back the chocolate flavour as well.
But your campaign rings alarm bells, partly because I'm too young to remember any but also because if "dead, dying or dormant" brands are to do anything, it shouldn't be a bring back but a comeback.
Levski Sofia football club will attempt to bring back Malian striker Garra Dembele on loan, reports in Bulgarian media said.
TAKES YOUR CALLS CHRIS ROBERTS TAKES YOUR CALLS R THE supporters have spoken and the message is loud and clear - bring back standing in Scottish football.
QUETTA, November 02, 2011 (Balochistan Times): Chief Justice of Balochistan High Court (BHC) has directed the government to bring back former President Pervez Musharraf and others named in Akbar Bugti murder case to Pakistan through Interpol.
A BIRMINGHAM graduate is leading a high-profile campaign opposing calls to bring back the death penalty.
Long pearls, big belts and psychedelic prints bring back the charm of the Hare Krishna Hare Rama period -- which is known as much for its social symbolism as its peculiar fashion sensibility.
This will not bring back Ethel Austin, this will not bring back Gele Butchers, this will not bring back Abergele Computer Shop, this will not bring back Coastal Services and this will not enhance the profitability of existing businesses and any new businesses.
Summary: The Conservatives have pledged to bring back dental check-ups for primary school pupils if elected.