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City need to win the Champions League before they can be considered true greats.
All events of his life are authenticated by gurus and Sikh scholars and considered true', says the translator about Baba Nanak and his verses.
But the former midfielder believes they need a Champions League crown to be considered true football royalty.
A total of 109 lesions were considered true positives, 46 lesions were considered false positives, 1032 lesions were considered true negatives, and 2 lesions were considered false negatives (Figure 1).
What is declared by the taxpayer is considered true and final.
Oumar Niassewas handed a rare run-out with ten minutes remaining while only Sigurdsson and Calvert-Lewin can currently be considered true first-team regulars from the three who emerged from the dugout.
Oumar Niasse was handed a rare run-out with ten minutes remaining while only Sigurdsson and Calvert-Lewin can currently be considered true first-team regulars from the three who emerged from the dugout.
Al-Omar added that "this ILBZ concept and regulations were developed in close collaboration with prospect anchor tenants, reflecting the new way of doing business in Saudi Arabia, where the private sector- both local and international, are considered true partners in success".
A fable that was once considered true is indeed a myth -- labour is not cheap.
(6) According to Burkhalter and White, the basal cell carcinoma provides the vessel for extension of atypical melanocytes, though this would not be considered true invasion.
For a while, this is enough, but eventually Barnum becomes greedy.As his show is not considered true art, he is shunned by high society but high society is where he wants to be, and he thus sacrifices everything ndash his circus, his friends and his family ndash to get it.
The Attorney General's office refuted this argument by claiming that Turner's actions should be considered true threats and therefore, not protected by the First Amendment and that Turner's yard counts as a public place because it could be clearly seen from the roadway.