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TO OBSERVE, civil law. To perform that which has been prescribed by some law or usage. Dig., 1, 3, 32.

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Participants BP, DL, and AJ observed more the S+ stimuli and Participants DL, AJ, and CK observed more the S-' and S-" stimuli during OTM training than during MTO training.
The 16-page detailed judgment authored by Chief Justice Asif Saeed Khosa further observed, 'we expect the High Court to do better in this regard in future.'
Gahler observed that the polling staff showed sealed and empty ballot boxes in the presence of political agents of different political parties so they could be the witness of fair process.
Collective Aitekaf will also be observed in the city, as it has been practiced across the globe, including Masjid Al-Haram in Makkah and al-Masjid an-Nabawi in Madina.
According to details, country has total 8620 feeders, in which 3805 observed zero load-shedding and other 4815 observed 2 to 12 hours load-shedding.
However, other 40pc part of the country observed zero load-shedding.
Over 500 PMS officers observed five-minute silence in recognition of efforts of officers who fought for the cause of their colleagues and faced hardships seven years ago.
Although some plywood was observed to have been CCA-treated, the vast majority of the CCA-treated wood was in the form of lumber and timbers.
Because of the nature and variety of neurodegenerative diseases, the vast majority of cases are observed in the elderly population, yet the exposure could have occurred years or decades before the resulting effect.
Make notes during the lessons and discuss with the teachers what you have observed. Exchange ideas and be sure to incorporate some changes bit by bit in your own lessons.
The present paper reports on the detailed studies concerning the neutron spin interference visibility observed after transmitting through multilayer magnetic resonators in a spin echo condition with very cold neutrons from a high flux reactor.

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