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A party leader quoted by the paper also said that it will not be easy for PML-N to bring upon Article 6 against Musharraf and the party will not be in a position to afford any controversy of this magnitude soon after coming to power.
UNITED NATIONS, Sept 28 (KUNA) -- Kuwaiti Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Sheikh Sabah Al-Khalid Al-Hamad Al-Sabah said here late on Thursday that Russia played an integral role at the UNSC and it was important to hold talks with Moscow to bring upon a resolution towards the crisis in Syria.
A lazy and corrupt society will bring upon itself lazy and corrupt politicians.
On February 29, 2008, BBC reported that Israeli Deputy Defence Minister Matan Vilnai avowed in an Israeli army radio "the Palestinians will bring upon themselves a bigger shoah because we will use all our might to defend ourselves.
She and her brothers and sisters try to help this stranger, all while wondering about the teenager's presence and what possible danger their goodwill could bring upon them.
If we change the climate through profligate use of carbon, it is we who bring upon ourselves and others the consequences of reaping what we sow.
Ranging in tone from the bizarre, to the offensive, to the whimsical, to the demonic, 90 Second Cellphone Chillin' Theater offers delicate bites of how one's life could be so much worse, and encourages the listener to laugh at the misfortunes that selfish mortals bring upon themselves--at least, in the spare moments to be found in a fast- paced modern life.
I did not ever state his name in any public or open forum, fearing that I would bring upon myself a storm of criticism and accusations that I was crazy, greedy and a liar.