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Firefighters put out the blaze but the house was extensively damaged.
New Delhi [India], Dec 20 ( ANI ): Cold wave has gripped several parts of North India as mercury levels dropped extensively across the region.
Built in 1966, Ivers, was fully gutted and adjacent Jones, built in 1980, was extensively refurbished in a design that made much use of natural light and flexible space that combines teaching and research, often with paired classrooms and laboratories.
Their singles, Substitute, Always Something and Hamburg, have been playlisted extensively, including on BBC Radio Wales and Virgin Radio UK, and featured extensively in music-related press and media worldwide.
He also extensively discussed arrangements made to facilitate the cops assigned security and traffic management duties in Ramazan.
Drawing extensively on the crime reporters for newspapers in Richmond, Virginia, Ward presents information about swindlers and other criminals who tended to use deceit rather than force to rob people.
Senator Grace Poe said the absence of a machinery and of the full backing of a political group prompted her to rely extensively on the more expensive media advertising during the campaign period.
We're watering extensively and, as we go, removing the last remnants of old foliage of spring bulbs, snowdrops, narcissi and scillas.
India-based Andhra Pradesh Grameena Vikas bank (APGVB) has said that it was using the service of business correspondents extensively.
A multi-country study has found alarming levels of extensively drug-resistant tuberculosis around the globe.
A Cheshire Constabulary spokeswoman said: "As a result of the explosion, the house has been extensively damaged and an assessment as to its safety is ongoing.
Summary: BP Plc for the Libyan well and says it has prepared extensively for the operation.

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