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Ours is a party with an indelible history and proven record on its tradition and we have been consistent in standing firm.
The meeting was informed that the decision of purchase of indelible marker was made to remove complications in its supply and its use on voters.
The district magistrates are the officials under whose authority the electronic voting machines, indelible ink and other voting items are stored.
Banks were directed to put indelible ink on the index finger of customers from Wednesday, in order to prevent people from exchanging more than Rs4,500 worth of old currency notes for new ones, which is the ceiling allotted per citizen.
Indelible surgical skin marker for sterile, disposable, metric scale with built-in individual packaging
SIR Michael Stoute has had just a couple of runners at Redcar in the past five seasons, making the presence of Indelible Ink of huge interest in the British Stallion Studs EBF Yorkshire Regiment Maiden Stakes.
We went to see her lecture and that made an indelible impression on me," Contactmusic quoted her as telling WENN.
Yet in the years ahead, Ryder Cup Wales 2010 will continually be referred to because it's the only Ryder tournament to go into a fourth day, and the indelible images that will accompany such references will be picture-perfect conditions, cheering crowds and fantastic golf shots - it is what we call "good luck".
The talks with donors concerning purchase of indelible ink for voters are in progress, Central Election Commission Chair Akylbek Sariev told AKIpress.
1 : impossible to erase, remove, or blot out <He made an indelible impression on me.
Paying tribute last week, Wales Secretary Paul Murphy, a personal friend of Mr Abse for more than 40 years, said: "He was a very distinguished parliamentarian and social reformer who has left an indelible mark on his country.