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If Nimir gets into distractive songs and dances, Stalin certainly does not have the kind of screen presence that Faasil had.
Dominguez said that package two plus is not a new measure, noting that the plan to impose higher taxes on sin products, luxury and distractive industry is part of the Duterte administration's tax reform proposals.
"First, because theLabour Partyis saying that we too would do Brexit, we cannot attack its vast distractive impact.
He said: "Because the Labour Party is saying that we too would do Brexit, we cannot attack its vast distractive impact."
"First, because the Labour Party is saying that we too would do Brexit, we cannot attack its vast distractive impact.
These include corrective, distractive, particularizing, summative, verificative and resumptive functions (cf.
Such campaigns focus on the top causes of road accidents which continue to be speeding, tail-gating and the distractive effects of using mobile phones while driving," Greer added.
She does this to keep herself away from the paparazzi's radar which can be distractive.
It is for this reason that the human children take the longest in achieving intellectual and physical maturity to lay a solid foundation for learning process while spared from other distractive chores of living.
Excluding distractive users is unambiguously pertinent to considerate communities in which the typical member invests reasoning and endeavor.
Some consider students politics to be inappropriate and distractive that takes the focus of the students away from studies and yet there are others who think politics in the universities provides students with an opportunity to seek and value identities and provides them a platform from where the likes of Gandhis, Mandelas and Mujib-ur-Rehmans are launched who not only serve the greatest interests of their countries but democracies as well.