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In his statement, he claimed his daughter told him that the defendant touched her inappropriately in the water.
The girl told her father that the defendant touched her inappropriately in the water.
If, however, a final settlement proves elusive, a federal judge is expected to uphold Cemex's claim that the county supervisors inappropriately used the environmental review process, which lasted more than a year, as a tool to delay and interfere with the federal government's approval of the mine.
E[acute accent]While we appreciate the bi-partisan effort to pass legislation that considered the needs of diverse interests, EchoStar is disappointed that the bill inappropriately singles out EchoStar for unfair treatment with respect to channel positioning.
33-year-old man is believed to have lured the two siblings away from their parents to hug and touch them inappropriately.
A Highland High School science teacher and yearbook adviser accused of inappropriately touching female students has been charged with felony and misdemeanor child molestation.
The Audit Committee reviewed the accounting treatment of certain unapplied credits that were inappropriately recognized as revenue during the four quarters ended March 31, 2004.
The 33-year-old Bangladeshi man allegedly lured the two siblings away from their parents to hug and hold them tightly and touch them inappropriately.
Newhall Land officials had said the decision by the 2nd District Court of Appeal inappropriately usurped county officials' role in deciding how to evaluate the project's effect on the environment.
Although the offending fax appears to contain basic information available from our websites, it was the unauthorized and inappropriately targeted distribution that forced us to temporarily withhold access to our sites.
But the mother filed a police complaint later when the girl told her how the worker touched her inappropriately.
Tevrizian has repeatedly ruled against the county and Santa Clarita, and he has indicated his sympathy for Cemex's argument that county officials inappropriately used the years-long environmental review process as a tool to delay and interfere with the federal government's approval of the mining plan.