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'As such, by remembering to immortalise him today, Buhari has written his name in gold and brought to fruition the practicality of the Nigerian National anthem's content that; 'the labour of our heroes past, shall never be in vain.'
All of these technologies offer significant safety and other benefits that will be realized long before the full vision of autonomous vehicles is brought to fruition -- and UPS will be there, as a leader implementing these new technologies in our fleet."
It is refreshing to see Imran Khan moving ahead with his vision of a new and developed Pakistan, which will soon be brought to fruition under his leadership.
Addressing a press conference here in the federal capital, Abbasi said there would be no new development project in the upcoming couple of years and that those started by the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) government may be brought to fruition.
A hundred wishes were brought to fruition in Yemen and another hundred in Jordan as well as 300 wishes in the UAE.
"I applaud Northridge Huntington developer Grant Havasy for his vision and commitment to Huntington Station, as well as our master developer Renaissance Downtowns, that worked so hard with the community and town to ensure this milestone project was brought to fruition," Cergol said in the statement.
Not all of the plot threads are brought to fruition, however, and there are a couple of twists that are clumsy and do not ring completely true.
"We see Christmas come to life on stage in the story of the life of a boy, crippled and shunned, whose dreams of being like the other boys are brought to fruition through his hospitality to those journeying to bring gifts to the newborn Christ," says Webb Parker, the opera's conductor and chorus master.
Pakistan will now rely on its indigenous coal reserves in Tharparkar for future energy security the statement said adding it was an important development which after decades of relentless pursuit has finally been brought to fruition.
The new vehicle was brought to fruition with the exact specification and requirements to carry all the team's essential emergency rescue equipment.
Granted that political policies are not brought to fruition by being in opposition.
Over the past 10 years or more, we have seen the regeneration and renaissance of our region and it is imperative that the building blocks for the continuing success are planned ahead and brought to fruition.