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During the meeting, the two discussed relations between their nations, particularly in the fields of defense and development opportunities between the two.
THE demand for healthy food, particularly fresh fruit, is growing in Australia as more consumers are becoming increasingly health conscious.
KARACHI, January 20, 2011 (Balochistan Times): The review the law and order situation of the province particularly the Karachi, a meeting was held on Thursday between Chief Minister Sindh Syed Qaim Ali Shah, Federal Interior Minister Rehman Malik and Sindh Home Minister Dr.
KARACHI, January 20, 2011 (Frontier Star): The review the law and order situation of the province particularly the Karachi, a meeting was held on Thursday between Chief Minister Sindh Syed Qaim Ali Shah, Federal Interior Minister Rehman Malik and Sindh Home Minister Dr.
In particularly preferred embodiments, the present invention provides peptides and supported peptides for treating diseases of the skin, such as rosacea.
Though Fit & Pregnant pays especial attention to the concerns of highly athletic women and particularly professional athletes, the needs, concerns, body changes, and exercise guidelines for all pregnant and postpartum women regardless of background are covered.
Because of these changes in the brain, adolescents may be particularly susceptible to the influence of external factors such as substance use (Dahl, 2004).
While OCC has been lackluster lately, other grades have faired better, particularly old newspapers (ONP).
At the same time, however, campaigners for child welfare found it difficult to breach the walls of liberal individualism, particularly the fear of "perverse incentives" that might offer levels of assistance higher than even the lowest wages, or reward the poor for having more children.
Those who should be particularly careful include people with fair skin which burns in strong sun, red or fair hair and lots of moles or freckles.
It's always been challenging, particularly for defense attorneys, to get their clients to understand what they're up against--and the fact that admitting you did something wrong might not be so bad, compared with going to trial.