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Despite our refusal to grant permission to do the deed, she went on with it.
The planning authority may grant permission subject to or without conditions, or may refuse to grant permission.
The defence asked the court to grant permission to conduct mental and physical examinations of the accused.
The application stated, 'It is therefore requested to your good self to kindly grant permission for this jalsa and pass necessary orders for appropriate action.
Following the minister's decision to grant permission, the third chamber of the Supreme Board of Judges and Prosecutors (HSYK) will assign investigators to look into the inquiry and investigators will decide whether there are necessary reasons to open an investigation against the prosecutors in question.
Campaign groups Save Penrhos and Cymdeithas yr Iaith Gymraeg have sent a formal letter to planning minister Carl Sargeant asking him to call in the county council's decision to grant permission to the Land & Lakes plans in Holyhead.
The government of India, ministry of external affairs, having considered your application, are of the opinion that it is a fit case to grant permission for institution of a legal suit against the embassy of Italy, New Delhi," the ministry said, while according consent on January 17.
Lawyers for the HSE said it was not told that the council was "minded" to grant permission for the four-block development and so was deprived of its right to ask for the case to be considered by the Government, with an associated public inquiry.
The council is also expected to grant permission for a 78-bed care home near to Hexham's General Hospital.
The Lutheran conference of bishops circulated a pastoral letter stating that they could not grant permission for the blessing of same-sex unions.
Another option allows customers to grant permission to specific parties to debit their accounts.