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Mire has a history of mental illness and psychosis, including the paranoid belief that he was being persecuted for his religion and stalked by MI5 and MI6.
Mire, who tried to attack several other people during the incident, had pleaded guilty to four counts of attempted wounding but denied trying to kill his victim.
ti wa by Muhiddin Mire " Mire was found guilty at the Old Bailey yesterday of one count of attempted murder.
The works on sale include etchings, lithographs and small drawings by artists such as Picasso, MirE, Chagall, DalE[degrees], Matisse, Braque, Pissarro, Renoir, Giacometti and Buffet, as well as original ceramic works by Picasso.
He said the exhibition title - Picasso and MirE, Passion and Poetry - reflected the rare perspectives of the two influential personalities and their experiences.
Mire also allegedly brandished his knife at other members of the public.
Finkle and Mire are not alone in their ambition to create 3D-printed human tissue, with two Canadian university laboratories accelerating research into this area in the past several years.
Jubair made Mire a catch of Mahmudullah for 52 and Rubel bounced out Taylor for 63 next over with wicketkeeper Rahim completing the catch.
The existing underground oil shale mine is 60-70 m below the ground surface and is approaching the Selisoo mire from the east.
1999), also lists of indicator species for Estonian woodland key habitats of different forest communities (RT, 2010), but there is no up-to-date list of Estonian mire bryophytes, although bryophytes are the main components in mires and in peat.
MIRE decided that there was a need for a publication like Australian Media Notes and agreed to support Henry Mayer, who would edit a similar publication to be called Media Information--Australia.
Mire appeared on behalf of the National Community Pharmacists Association (NCPA) before the U.