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Mr Millar, the Shadow Minister for Health, said: "For young children, the elderly and other ill patients, waiting more than four hours and even as long as 12 hours to be seen in A&E is intolerable.
Discussing his loss, he said: "It's intolerable - it's very hard as everybody must realise, especially if it happened to them too, and what else do you do, you get on with it.
Bokova called on the Iraqi authorities to do its best to bring those accountable of these crimes before justice, noting that the escalation of violence in Iraq is intolerable as its poses great danger on reconciliation and national restructure.
ISLAMABAD -- Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front has strongly condemned the criminal assault on a woman at Zalangam in Kokernag by uniformed persons, terming the act as shameful and intolerable.
SNM is initially offered to patients who fail on or are intolerable to anticholinergic drugs.
What is there to do, he laments, echoing Li Bat in his centuries-old despair, what is there to do but drink and drink some more, to survive this intolerable existence?
MacDonald, who has Parkinson's disease, has been campaigning for years for patients whose lives have become intolerable to be given the right to get help to end their lives.
He said: "I will ask the journalist to meet with me, but this is intolerable.
Le Graet said: "I will ask the journalist to meet with me, but this is intolerable.
Heat stress would make life intolerable for humans in most currently inhabited regions on Earth if the worst-case global warming scenario were to happen, according to a new study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS).
She said: "It is intolerable that workers are not paid for work they have done.
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