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Elaborating the working the investigation team, Dr Arsalan Iftikhar said that some members of the team were characterless, as they had received perks from Malik Riaz.
council houses have been slammed by city planners as characterless and likened to the unpopular shoeboxstyle housing of the 1950s and 1960s.
Apparently in reaction to Musharraf's personal attack on his party chief Nawaz Sharif, Chaudhry Nisar described the APML founder as "a characterless man" and "a person who has lost his senses".
Musharraf also dubbed nuclear scientist A Q Khan as characterless and rejected his claims that Pakistani army had monitored and organised clandestine atomic deals with countries like Iran and North Korea.
These areas have now been sanitised and built upon and the ugly beauty has been replaced by characterless features.
All in all, the Carens is ideal for the family that loves the active lifestyle, but doesn''t want to be stuck with a characterless lump of metal to drive.
I grewup in the beautiful city of Cardiff in the '70s until the mid '90s so you can imagine my horror to see the characterless city centre.
FOLLOWING the success of the BBC Sports Personality of the Year Awards in the new ECHO arena and the responses from those taking part I was disappointed to read the account in the Guardian by sports correspondent Owen Gibson in which he refers to the new arena as "a characterless barn on the banks of the Mersey"
At last, the mediocrity of the totally banal and characterless replacement buildings which, it was alleged, were going to provide the "world class gateway" to our city centre, has been roundly condemned by a nationally qualified and respected body.
Let your councillors know that enough is enough or dwelling will end up the same way as shopping, with bland and characterless housing.
This would mean less business for smaller shops and we'd all be forced to get into our cars and shop in characterless, soulless, shopping areas.
Mr Platt, who lives in Hampton-in-Arden, said: "It was a sad day - it's a traditional village local but it was becoming bare boards and characterless.