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Mr Keter also thanked President Uhuru Kenyatta for spearheading the war against corruption."We will not relent in ensuring that Kenya is free from corruption," said Mr Keter.
But despite the decision, Barkati refuses to relent. Flanked by supporters who raised slogans in his favour, the cleric conducted the evening Namaz at the mosque.
The officers did not relent even after the judge identified himself, leading to a verbal duel, which allegedly culminated in the judge being assaulted.
The six squares that make up the EOWL cube are shown below: PRESTO RUSHES ESCORT SHOVEL TERETE OSTLER RUSHES UNTAME STALER HALITE EMETIN SERENE ESCORT STALER CAGILY OLIVES RELENT TRYSTS SHOVEL HALITE OLIVES VIVERS ETERNE LESSEE TERETE EMETIN RELENT ETERNE TINNER ENTERA OSTLER SERENE TRYSTS LESSEE ENTERA RESEAL * * This word can also be RESET or RESEAU References:
What a shame then that one of the game's governing bodies has chosen to relent on its punishment of Wayne Rooney, so allowing the player a fuller involvement in Euro 1212.
In this context, Utrinski vesnik believes, the EU is not ready to relent and will insist on resolving the name issue before Macedonia is set a date for starting accession talks.
"We were praying the wind and rain would relent to give us a chance but the bottom line is that he was four clear after 54 holes and thoroughly deserved his second PGA Tour victory."
1 : to become less severe, harsh, or strict <The wind relented by evening.>
THE volunteer group at a popular Huddersfield park are keeping their fingers crossed that the summer's soggy weather will relent this weekend.
It was a score that made the rest of the US PGA Championship field sit up and take notice, particularly with the three leading groups, including Britain's Justin Rose, kicking their heels in the locker-room waiting for the storms to relent.
US media personality Martha Stewart is hoping the Home Office would relent over its reported refusal to give her a visa to enter the UK.