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in Scots procedure, to postpone or adjourn (legal proceedings).
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Among these, it is noteworthy the need for SMEs of not only obtaining public funding from public promotion programs, but also of being continuingly assessed by experts on the field.
In recent years, China has promoted the implementation of the IHR comprehensively, continuingly strengthening the core public health capacity and advancing the building of core public health emergency capacity, points of entry capacity, as well as risk prevention and control of biological events (infectious diseases, zoonotic diseases, and food safety), radiological, nuclear and chemical events, and other catastrophic events.
BRC director general Helen Dickinson said: "The fiercely competitive market will see retailers continuingly responding to their customers with keen prices and promotions to maintain market share."
Parents and guardians are continuingly failing to keep their children buckled up while on the road, and after almost 10 years of awareness campaigns, the need for a law making it mandatory to wear backseat seat belts is immediate.
whose health conditions are continuingly deteriorating due to the Israeli
Exclusion criteria also include not performing the exercise program for 3 times continuingly or 5 times alternatively, dissatisfaction for continuing collaboration, and problematic hemodynamic instability.
In another form, it continuingly represents the primordial state of language that communicates nothing other than itself in itself, as described in "On Language as Such and on the Language of Man." To express the pure language, Benjamin suggests that translation must "write literalness" (263).
(324) As the UK's continuingly dismal pregnancy discrimination figures illustrate, such loopholes allow too much room for abuse.
As they enjoyed it so much the waiters ensured their plates were continuingly refilled.
As Suvendrini Perera has argued, the experience of "immigrants" cannot be collectivized because "the positioning of these groups is constitutively and continuingly unequal, and provides asymmetrical access to the institutions of citizenship and civility." (37) Racially based positioning is also historically contingent.
"The money that was allotted did not seem to match up with the continuingly increasing caseload,'' Mr.
New product launches across the personal care and home care portfolios have been important to attract consumers in a continuingly competitive trading environment.

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