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to institute proceedings, charges or to put evidence before a tribunal.
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Alun Davies, Minister for Natural Resources and Food, said: "I have now agreed to seek authorisation from the European Commission to bring forward 2013 Common Agricultural Policy Single Farm Payments for those affected to mid-October - the earliest possible point at which we can make those payments.
The European Union is likely to bring forward a meeting of foreign minsters to discuss a potential embargo of Iranian oil.
"Another major strategic aim is to bring forward the massive canal-side development zone known as Greater Icknield Port.
One aim of the scheme is to help bring forward important housing development sites in the area.
"The other guestion, and where I am getting afraid, is that he has to bring forward the telephone data of all phones he used.
"These two factors, plus the skills and versatility of our workforce, have enabled us to bring forward assembly of the first customer Pro-cee'd cars by six weeks."
As the decision was approved by the board of directors of AMR and American, the airline has notified Boeing of its intent to bring forward the delivery of 47 Boeing 737-800s under a previously existing purchase commitment.
Mr Kay is calling for the wrong party to bring forward legislation to establish an abortion law in Canada.
The European Parliament's Environment Committee has urged the European Commission to rapidly bring forward legislative proposals announced in its Communication on a strategy for mercury.
Barth, who had worked on the urban strategy behind Hadid's plan, was invited in 2004 to suggest talented young architects with experience who could bring forward the principles of the Hadid plan, developing and refining the guidelines to respond to changing conditions in Singapore.
GBB's Harvey Gershman says, "The mayor's solid waste plan [is] achieving the performance and cost expectations we helped conceptualize and bring forward with careful planning, procurement and contracting, as well as accurate execution by Chace Anderson's organization."
The European Commission may bring forward a proposal to replace the existing Directive concerning the monitoring of zoonoses (infectious diseases in vertebrates transmissible to humans) in the European Union.