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'I can tell you, at the rate we're working together, there is definitely no chance those arrangement will not materialize on Monday,' Salceda told reporters in a weekly media forum on Wednesday.
"All have to work unitedly to materialize the dream of Sheikh Hasina of establishing poverty free nation," he said this at an allowance distribution programme for under privileged people at Atgharia upazila parishad under Pabna district.
Punjab Law Minister Rana Sanaullah has supported the move and said the protest is the only way to materialize their demands.
[5] considered choosing the best views to materialize within a given space budget to improve the performance of a query.
"i.materialise is a 3D Printing platform that caters to anyone who wants to materialize their creative ideas.
AL-MUSTASQBAL: "Future" bloc condemns Hezbollah's threats...And Aoun supports involvement in Qalamoun and calls for mutiny 12th round of dialogue: From Arsal outskirts till presidency "border" THE DAILYSTAR: Hostage talks will bear fruit this week: Berri --Significant progress has been made in negotiations to free Lebanese servicemen held by jihadis since August, Speaker Nabih Berri said Tuesday, adding that results could materialize this week.
Two years after the domino revolutions in the region, large numbers of political activists and people take to streets in Tunisia, Egypt, Libya and other regional states to demand the government to set political prisoners free and materialize the goals of their revolution, including the ouster of former regime's elements from governmental posts.
The 3 million to 5 million metric ton gain in cement use will materialize during the second half of the year.
Summary: Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei on Monday warned against enemies' conspiracy to disunite the Iranian nation and noted all should beware not to let the enemies materialize their schemes.
Beyond this modest realism, he argues for viewing nature as "software," that is, "materialized repeatable operative structures that are accessible as such to intelligent beings alone," as revealed by our ability to design and materialize such structures, from what is conventionally understood as software to something as simple as a fulcrum.
3 : to cause to take on a physical form <She claimed she could materialize the spirits of the dead.>
In the course of this deftly written novel, Calliope becomes aware of some amazing family secrets and meets ancient Hellenic gods who materialize from Olympian legend and lore to compel Calliope to utilize her training in metaphysical and battle arts as part of a spiritual journey culminating in a life-and-death confrontation with her family's despised enemy.