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He noted that before launching the campaign, the Municipality had conducted a survey spanning all districts and places affected by these distorting elements at Al Bahya city.
The problem isn't the concept of measurement but the huge emphasis which is distorting children's experience of education.
During their appeal, Fox asserted that there that there are no written rules against distorting news in the media.
There is a wicked chance he may be distorting the past here.
Because of the choices that exist for various entities, there is an increased risk of distorting investment income.
The need for stability was a corollary of America's growing obsession with the Soviet Union and these essays clearly illustrate how the USSR, Israel and the Palestinians were all eventually perceived through the distorting prism of that ruling passion.
Consequently, the professional staffs concern for its professional prerogatives may easily become a sticking point in any conflict between it and management, distorting or even preventing further substantive discussions.
We also know better than any other that at each year-end, various sundry entities, otherwise known as "white knights" are mobilized to buy into the company shares, only to be sold after the voting rights expire, distorting the share price to no ends.
28 ( ANI ): One of the five seats of temporal authority in Sikhism, Takht Sri Hazur Sahib, in Maharashtra, has held Punjab Revenue Minister Bikram Singh Majithia guilty of religious misconduct for distorting words of compositions of the Sikh Gurus, 'Gurbani', during an election rally.
Summary: Lebanese Forces leader Samir Geagea said Tuesday the reported series of kidnappings of Syrian opposition members in Lebanon was distorting the image of the country, urging top leaders to take action and prevent the increasing activity.
A professor of sociology at New York University says she's tired of James Dobson's Focus on the Family (FOF) distorting her research on parenting and has demanded that the group stop doing so.
The qca is an organisation that is better known to the teaching profession than to the public at large, but the Qualifications and Curriculum Board has disclosed that "cheating" by parents and teachers is rife and as such is distorting the results achieved by pupils at GCSE and at A-level.

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