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Once it was generally accepted that he had died in a tragic car accident rather than foul play, events from the period of mourning, the funeral service in Nairobi onto the burial in Gem with mixed Christian and traditional rites proceeded placidly.
Urging Pakistan and India to resolve water issues through hydro-diplomacy and in accordance with Indus Waters Treaty (IWT), former diplomats and water experts enunciated the fears of war between the two countries if the matters pertaining to water sharing of the mutual rivers were not resolved placidly.
Islamabad -- Urging Pakistan and India to solve water issues through hydro-diplomacy and in accordance with Indus Waters Treaty, former diplomats and water experts enunciated the fears of war between the two countries if the matters pertaining to water sharing of the mutual rivers were not resolved placidly.
Urging Pakistan and India to solve water issues through hydro-diplomacy in line with the Indus Water Treaty (IWT), former diplomats and water experts enunciated fears of war between the two countries if matters pertaining to water sharing of mutual rivers are not placidly resolved.
In one, Toby poses as an agent for the Gestapo, listening placidly absorbing it all 'like a patient sponge.' Microphones are embedded in the shared wall.
GO placidly amid the market noise, rumors and the haste, and remember what peace and riches are there may be in less market activity and silence.
It could spit fire and brimstone at the slightest provocation, or placidly sit basking in the adoration heaped upon it.
In a pine forest, on a mud road, I found General Mladic sitting placidly in his jeep.
The centre held, with the moderate-right Christian Democrats (CDU) and the reformist-left Social Democrats (SPD) placidly alternating in power or sharing it.
We marveled at dogs the size of Shetland ponies (one wearing a lion's ruff and lying placidly on his side, tongue lolling, in what was supposed to be his circus cage.)
Sam, on the other hand, walked slowly, kept his eyes averted from the sheep, plodded along placidly, and did everything a dog could do to put a nervous herd at ease.
The return of volatility to a market that has placidly delivered high average returns for six consecutive years may need a bit of explaining.