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Be it an honest declaration or mere demagoguery, we must put the open pit ban pronouncement to the test.
President of the Srebrenica Assembly Alija Tabakovic and former municipal mayor Camil Durakovic are also following the pronouncement of verdict with the other citizens.
Being an owner of the intellectual property of certain Shariah pronouncements/resolutions, IIFS may restrict dissemination of certain Shariah pronouncements, by making policy or by mentioning in terms of reference, to stop leakage of business intelligence and internal information to inappropriate parties.
The number of pronouncements diminished sharply after the Constitution of 1857 because the conception of political legitimacy finally became grounded in law rather than in the expression of the popular voice, and the last successful pronouncement in the nineteenth century was that of Porfirio Diaz in 1876.
The Board of Nursing does not have purview over physician practice, employer policies, or the laws regulating the pronouncement of death in Texas.
Security has been beefed up and barricades set up outside Saket district court complex ahead of pronouncement of quantum of punishment against four men guilty of raping and murdering a 23-year-old paramedic last December.
I just wish people would come up and walk around the city and feel it before they make these pronouncements," he said.
Such pronouncements are, unfortunately, not likely to be surprising to most college administrators handling the primary and secondary effects of students' substance use and mental health concerns.
Given the importance of the tax provision and its prominence in material weakness statements, it would seem critical that students be exposed to this auditing pronouncement.
Thus, the pronouncement strongly implies that the facts have been judged, the outcome determined, and the appropriate penalty established.
Thus, although the human context for these pronouncements is the crowd, it appears that Jesus' teaching is addressed specifically to his disciples.
Some of it is an attempt at reading townscape in the fashion of Gordon Cullen; some of it is whimsy with a bio-hippie flavour (about 'limbic domains', 'epigenetic manuals' and suchlike); some of it is recollections from trips abroad; and some of it is just curiously glib comments, such as that 'the Victorian window is visually weak': what sort of pronouncement is that?