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The company acquired Alleson Athletic and Garb Athletics in 4Q17.
Section 140 states that the offence of 'wearing any garb, or carrying any token resembling any garb or token used by such a soldier, sailor or airman' is punishable with a jail sentence of up three months, or a fine of up to RM1,000, or both.
During the national costume competition in Binibining Pilipinas last March, Gray took inspiration from the Maranao people when she wore a singkil princess garb, complete with a jeweled parasol topped with a golden Sarimanok.
The measure confirms Saudi rules in taking pride in the traditional cosume that is considered the main garb in the country, the report said.
New Delhi (India), July 3 ( ANI ): Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) leader Rakesh Sinha on Tuesday said that the RSS never endorsed or supported anybody that caused violence in the garb of cow protection.
He cited the example of Dr Shakil Afridi that how under the garb of vaccination drive he was working for the CIA.
The anti-graft watchdog, in a statement on Monday, said the allegations that NAB was attempting to maneuver elections in the garb of accountability were intended to tarnish the bureau's image.
Among the handful of brave scientists studying spider venom are Greta Binford at Lewis and Clark College in Portland, Oregon and Jessica Garb at the University of Massachusetts at Lowell.
Later, the book weaves through its early history and the golden age of the garb in the '50s, surf culture, and celebrity ambassadors.
PESHAWAR -- NAB Khyber Pakhtunkhwa today arrested Syed Muhammad Dawood Shah (absconder) of MS Life Medicine Company Traders (LMC) who in the garb of Islamic mode of business i.e.
Dubbed the "silly shirts" photo by some, the occasionally awkward ceremony became a signature event at most annual APEC gatherings, elevating native garb of the host countries to a brief moment of world fame.
This bill seeks to amend the International Religious Freedom Act of 1998 to include religious freedom violations relating to homeschooling, Jewish and Islamic meat production, circumcision practices, and religious garb.