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Now the team behind the project to reintroduce the short-haired bumblebee to the UK are heading to southern Sweden, which is a stronghold for the species, to collect up to 100 queens.
Deputy speaker, Khalid Pakhtun, said that now the government was able to reintroduce the rejected people for the slot of minister.
Tattersalls Ireland director Simon Kerins said: "We decided to reintroduce it to encourage more entries.
The baby alligators represent a milestone for the 10-year effort to reintroduce the Chinese alligator on Chongming Island, located at the mouth of China's Yangtze River.
Governments will have to ask the Commission and fellow member states to reintroduce the exemptions, and Brussels has released a document that asks them to drop these special national rules.
The buyer will invest approximately $1 million in upgrades to the property and will reintroduce the hotel under another national brand's flag soon to be announced.
State and federal wildlife officials plan to reintroduce a group of black-footed ferrets north of Medicine Bow, Wyo.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-5 July 2005-BBC to reintroduce its iCan website as the Action Network(C)1994-2005 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.
senator Wayne Allard said in January that he would reintroduce a proposed federal constitutional amendment banning same-sex marriage, President Bush said he wouldn't push for it.
AB 2474 did not pass, but the author plans to reintroduce it next session.