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He said the person who lodged the report had wasted police and the organisers' time as an investigation was initiated for no reason.
One Lucqman lodged a complaint with local police that his 17 years old sister was abducted by suspects Sajjad and others.
is being treated like any complaint lodged with us ...
Addition to decreasing productivity, lodging also decreases the quality of the rice grains in lodged plants [14].
1 : to provide a temporary living or sleeping space for <They lodged guests for the night.>
2003) by a 1-to-9 scale, where 1 = completely upright and 9 = completely lodged (Table 2; Wang 1998).