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The answer is to readdress the issue in a more humane manner.
Sgt Mandy Butler, who leads the local Priority Policing Area team, said: "Shoplifting costs retailers thousands of pounds and our aim is to readdress the balance by cracking down on crime under Operation X.
So, if we, as adherents to Islam, believe in this with every cell in our bodies, we would recover and readdress our conscience and minds.
Gulam Ahmad, a village head, said that the village council had assured the locals to attend to their needs and readdress their grievances related to departments and ministries.
A research study, facilitated by Urban Trust Namibia (UTN) says the Ministry of Education should readdress the 1993 language policy.
So I would just like to readdress the balance somewhat and maybe allay fears of anyone who is due to be admitted to the hospital.
Moyes will be in the hunt for another striker and a midfielder in January's loan market, and is unsure whether simply signing a new front man would readdress the imbalance behind recent poor results.
However, I am pleased that after a period during which attention was consumed by the demands of the bank's balance sheet and by our existing portfolio of investments, we are now in a position to readdress our medium term goal of introducing a range of funds into the business.
It takes our desire to readdress the idea of leadership in design.
He argues that the Defense Department needs to readdress its funding strategy based on the gross domestic product (GDP).
WAG should either be employing more teachers to help to alleviate this problem, or readdress the way it spends its funds.