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The rules are there to protect the game at international level and Fifa's decision has impinged upon the credibility of this level of football.
The rules are there to protect the game at international level and its decision has impinged upon the credibility of this level of football and has also sent a signal to the smaller nations in the world game that when it comes to the crunch you will not support these smaller federations.
Smallman presents Schutz chronologically, which allows the reader to "trace a clear path from the ardent, often experimental, writing of the composer's earliest period to the serene, most abstract manner characteristic of his maturity; and at the same time to identify instances where momentous external events appear to have impinged upon his music...." (vii).
All of which had never impinged upon our respect for him.
to enhance its internal controls, saying the unit impinged upon the Securities and Exchange Law.
One child we know whose speech failed to develop by the end of her second year had swollen adenoids, which impinged upon the ear canal.
The precious skyline of Edinburgh should be impinged upon with the greatest caution.
Another chapter describes the organizations involved in the halibut industry and their origins and leaders, as well as the international agreements that impinged upon the halibut fishery and halibut management and research.
He requested the court to set aside the five-year limitation placed on the exercise of the Election Commission of Pakistan to audit the PTI accounts, emphasising that the limitation went beyond the interpretative authority of the apex court and impinged upon the powers of the legislature since it amounted to inserting a specific term into the law.
PAC member Rashid Godail also suggested the government to enhance defense budget because our neighbour country India has increased its defense spending manifold that has impinged upon our defence preparation.
" I was interested in seeing how contemporaneous culture impinged upon archaeology," he says.
She added: "The law is supposed to be protecting the vulnerable but the rights of the vulnerable are being impinged upon.