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For his part, Beasley thanked the Syrian government for its cooperation with the WFP and for the efforts it exerts to help the Program deliver humanitarian aid to those who need it.
Khartoum, Sept.12 (SUNA -- The First Vice-President, General, Bakri Hassan Saleh has affirmed Sudan's concern over maintining security and stability in Eastern Africa Region (EAPCCO), adding that the government gives due concer to the police and exert utmost efforts to strengthen security and combat the organized cross borders-crimes.
The European Parliament, he said, "has rightly expressed clearly its position on these matters and exerts pressure where it can, but as we know the European Parliament does not have great power or capabilities and this is known."
Their businesses are spread over several countries and each of them exerts irreversible resources on hiding their activities and on legal experts to avoid possible prosecution (Malik 1990).
Summary: Arabtec Holding Co.'s chief executive officer was made a director of Dubai interior contractor Depa as the construction company exerts influence after buying almost a quarter of the company last year.
2 : to make an effort <She exerts herself to help others.>
This exerts less force on a wearer, allowing him or her to carry 12 pounds (5.4 kilograms) more than with a regular pack and still use the same amount of energy, says Rome.
In the trials, the two companies verified that sitagliptin exerts a hypoglycemic effect equivalent to glipizide (sulfonylurea).
Driving at 30mph along the A4061 between Pricetown and Treorchy, in Rhondda, exerts similar forces as driving on a racetrack, a study has found.
It states that when one body exerts a force on another, the second body exerts a reaction force that is equal in magnitude and opposite in the direction on the first body.
First, the employee decides the effort he exerts on the job, a [greater than or equal to] 0.
The tidal forces exerted by the supermassive black hole--the differences in the gravitational tug the black hole exerts on the different parts of such a cloud--would be so enormous that it would rip the cloud to shreds long before stars could emerge.