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it would storage is Erdington) good a "If we go against the safety advice it would weigh very heavily on our shoulders if something happened.
Moreover, BSE also added that, it has obtained confirmation from the company saying the scheme does not go against or override provisions of securities laws or stock exchange demands.
But he is adamant his side were treated unfairly, having had more penalty decisions go against them than in the previous three games put together and is likely to pursue the matter further.
Go against GLF means go against Sri Lanka's creative literary and its development, and also it go against a country's writers who are currently trying hard to make an independent place for themselves.
THE end of July is usually the time when punters decide that, finally, it could be Tottenham's season, but Sporting Index are finding plenty of punters eager to go against Harry Redknapp's side, writes Ian Wilkerson.
3 : to go against : oppose <We decided to buck the trend and wear ties.
These measures do not just go against the Cyprus Republic, they go against the European Union," he pointed out.
He works hard for everyone but maybe he needs to remonstrate a bit more when decisions go against him.
You do worry when that many decisions go against you," he said.
The Irishman is convinced his side have been particularly hard done by this month with Reading's controversial stoppage-time winner at the Madejski Stadium the latest decision to go against them.
MBA questions, in many ways, are grossly unfair for someone who did not grow up within the same cultural paradigm--for example, in the West we are often encouraged to be individuals, go against the grain, and think outside the box--values that are not necessarily encouraged in Japanese culture.
In a midday address in Vatican City on October 8, the Pope encouraged families to go against cultural fashions that are inspired by hedonism and relativism.