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Appointments will now be given by complying the fixed procedure and rules in case of vacant posts.
The NZa has a fixed procedure for the handling of an objection.
The committee was of the opinion that the institute was required to first deposit the fund in the public exchequer while meeting the financial requirements its administration should have formally contacted government according to the fixed procedure. On this occasion, Director, Kidney Institute, Professor AttaurRehman defended his institute over audit objections and said that the expenses have been made for welfare of the patients and larger interest of the institute.
Qatar has also told that LNG will be given under fixed procedure of 14.5 percent of Brent for 20-year.
In truth, there is no fixed procedure as circumstances, personal or otherwise, constantly change.
A FIFA spokesman said: "There is no fixed procedure. The decision will be taken by the organising committee of this World Cup."
In truth there is no fixed procedure in doing so as circumstances constantly change.
The Ambassador explained that UNFICYP's service was renewed every six months, as a fixed procedure, and there was nothing unusual in that.
The FA have received the referee's report from the game, which Everton eventually won 3-2, but there is no fixed procedure for dealing with the dismissals of managers.
In truth there is no fixed procedure in doing so as circumstances, personal or otherwise, constantly change.
Without fixed procedures, they can send who they choose to private hospitals, claiming special reasons.
'There were not a lot of fixed procedures, it was all based around how Chris did it.