personal presence

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That arousing of the people by their sovereign and his call to them to defend their country- the very incitement which was the chief cause of Russia's triumph in so far as it was produced by the Tsar's personal presence in Moscow- was suggested to the Emperor, and accepted by him, as a pretext for quitting the army.
Petersburg, he bethought him that his personal presence in the capital was necessary for the due management of his affairs.
It gloomed, it loomed, it was something, it was somebody, the prodigy of a personal presence.
Father Brown had also sprung forward, striving to compose the dispute; but he soon found his personal presence made matters worse.
de Bellegarde appeared to have nothing more to suggest; but he continued to stand there, rigid and elegant, as a man who believed that his mere personal presence had an argumentative value.
R) Safdar for exemption from personal presence in the court for two weeks starting from Feb.
Paying suppliers usually entails multiple stages that require the personal presence of the supplier to deliver the invoice, as well as a waiting period to allow for manually reviewing invoices and documents, which could include checks or bank transfers.
Umali said 'our process in Congress, especially in impeachment,' required the respondent's personal presence, unlike other legal proceedings where one can be represented by a lawyer.
In the performance phase 8, The personal presence of the (deputy) project manager on site, Ie on the construction site of about three times a week, Each of about three to four hours contractually provided.
Stollberg-Rilinger demonstrates convincingly that the personal presence of the emperor and the electors was central to the performance of empire there.
The report included this year for the first time statistics on the performance of the internal auditing and investigation directorate which specialises in receiving complaints about a wrongdoing by any of the Interior Ministry affiliates through personal presence at its premises, police offices or the hotline.
In remarks to KUNA, Sheikh Ahmad Al-Jaber expressed satisfaction for his personal presence in the country to oversee performance of the Kuwaiti male and female champions, aged under 13 and 14, in the competitions with their peers from other Arab countries.

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