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We are in 2018 and there are things we don't let pass anymore.
She didn't let pass the wonderful artistic pieces inside his house.
President, it is unfortunate that we let pass an opportunity for the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) to be led by someone who has the passion, integrity and political will to implement our environmental laws.
South Asia Pakistan Terminal (SAPT) has principally agreed to slash the fee for the opening of Let Pass account to pay terminal charges by 80 percent.
The combustible Canberra native did not bother swinging his racquet at two serves, which he let pass for aces, and meekly swished another two into the net, in an act of sporting surrender rarely seen on the tennis court.
The temperamental Aussie did not bother swinging his racquet at two serves, which he let pass for aces, and meekly swished another two into the net, in an act of sporting surrender rarely seen on the tennis court.
Trust a lawyer to come up with a surrebuter, but John Yoo's reply to my response to his review of my book The Once and Future King is too tempting to let pass (Correspondence, Fall 2014).
IN a meeting high with tension, officer outbursts and general discomfort for many in the room, it was in fact the closure of Newcastle City Council's staff canteen that one councillor just couldn't let pass until its sad demise was properly recorded in the official minutes.
The referee gave an award many whistlers might have let pass in the outfield without punishment.
In an Arabic newspaper, however, this got translated as aACAyVieira knows nothing', a statement the 2007 Asian Cup winning coach (with Iraq) wasn't going to let pass.
This game marks the end of an era that I cannot let pass without conveying my deepest thanks to Paul Shanks, our retiring coach, who has done so much for Cyprus and to whom we owe a great debt of thanks.