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State Bank of Pakistan has readjusted its policy rate for the next two months as 6% against the previous rate 6.
Bahrain is also following in the steps of other GCC countries which adopted readjusted gas pricing strategies to optimise natural resources.
2 overs after their victory target had been readjusted to 92 from 15 overs.
The second change is that these funds will be readjusted yearly and submitted on the first of each month," she added.
In order to do this, the pointedly titled "Modigliani: Beyond the Myth" needed to retain some elements of narrative, but its focus was readjusted toward a consideration of Modigliani's intellectual life and the cultural context of fin de siecle Italy.
Lewis was already severely depressed after their trip and never fully readjusted to life back in civilization.
Mr Blake also said a valve serving a waterfall in the triangle was turned up too high on Tuesday causing it to overflow, but has since been readjusted.
Andrea Brown, director of the NAACP National Prison Project, which helps former inmates get readjusted to society, says former prisoners encounter problems the minute they fill out a job application.
Chapter 6 subjects Petrarch to a process of ridimensionamento, which implies not that he is whittled down in size, but that the framework of the history of humanism is readjusted so that he is not seen to tower at its outset.
0 kg matched the record set by the International Federation when the weight categories were readjusted.
According to an Internal Revenue service news release (IR 95-50), individual income tax returns that do not include valid Social Security numbers (SSNs) or IRS-assigned individual taxpayer identification numbers (ITINs) will be held up in processing, with all related claims possibly disallowed and the tax readjusted.
That labor force also became feminized, making women's wage-earning potential so significant that "simple calculation of household interests radically readjusted women's 'worth' and esteem within peasant society and culture.