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Indubitably, in a world devoid of mysticism, love and spirituality, understanding Rumis message can solve many of the problems of the human community.
While its visible transformation from unorganised to organised and opacity to transparency are indubitably positive, we cannot help but count the fatalities of this process.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov announced that Moscow will "indubitably" examine and implement response measures after the United States expanded sanctions against Russian individuals and entities.
After barring Indian movies to dazzle the screens during the holidays of Eid, the competition among the four films being released will indubitably lend a hand in firming the roots of film industry also will satiate the longing of entertainment among masses, a private television channel reported.
Can I use that to impress at a dinner party do you think?" Indubitably, Judy.
Indubitably, we celebrate our national, cultural, and religious festivals in a befitting manner.
As noted by Huang, these carnival acts were "indubitably the birthplace of American mass entertainment."
Indubitably, reading and critical thinking go hand in hand.
While this is indubitably an environmentalist book, organizing the deleterious environmental effects of Standard Oil's practices into the categories of earth, air, fire, and water, it is also a primer on corporate ills that is worth reading by any student of the modern economic climate in the United States.
The Supreme Court, in its order, said, "Having heard learned counsel for the parties, we are of the convinced opinion that grant of further time to the respondent-contemnor and entertaining post-dated cheques, which are dated 11th November, 2017, would tantamount to travesty of justice and extending unwarranted sympathy to a person who is indubitably an abuser of the process of law."
From a sub-regional governance standpoint, however, the name indubitably refers to the area covered by Middlesbrough, Stockton, Redcar, Hartlepool and Darlington borough councils.
For this and other humanitarian endeavors, it has been included in the Guinness of World Records, indubitably a signal honor in recognition of its social contributions by holding the record for the most people signing up for medical identification tags in 12 hours in a single venue in Mina on Sept.