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The squeeze on the federal budget, however, would most likely prevent a ship from being acquired, beside the years to study and restudy a project.
I will call again on joint parliamentary committees to restudy all these draft laws and proposals to answer two questions only: Firstly, the kind of districts, and secondly, the kind of the [voting] system," Berri said.
In addition to that, it is time to restudy the oil dossier at Opec (Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting Countries) to review oil exports and to seek market stability as much as possible by reducing production and in line with global demand.
On the other hand, some of the oil sector companies who have failed to get projects for this year and the coming one, might be excused to restudy their expenses and maybe stop some of the unnecessary privileges given to their employees," said Al Ansi.
Second, the Muslim problem is a fundamental issue that requires a historical, ethnic, cultural, economic, political, religious, and social restudy and review if lasting peace is the objective.
We conducted two experiments on the effects of rapid assessment tasks and two types of adaptive restudy prompts in multimedia learning.
Suhair Al-Darraj, an economic expert, said the Kingdom will see a substantial economic transformation as per the directives of Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman to the Ministry of Commerce and Industry, and the Investment Authority, to restudy commercial regulations and encourage the role of global companies in the Saudi market.
Following that, in a self guided restudy, 40 pairs of words (20 semantically-related, and 20 not), selected randomly from the initial 80, were re-presented.
NNA - The Committee for Defense of Old Tenants' rights demanded a restudy of the tenements' law during an enlarged meeting held in Msaytbeh today.
The need of the hour is to restudy the trends of radicalism and not to limit it to a particular community or country.
The King sent a letter to Prime Minister, Abdullah Ensour, ordering the government to send the bill to the constitutional court to verify its constitutionality and restudy the draft again with full objectivity and transparency while taking into consideration the current difficult economic hardships the Kingdom is experiencing.
In "Understanding How Undergraduates Work," Saranda George and Nancy Fried Foster observed the changes in student work practices along with the technology shifts on the campus which led them to conduct this restudy on how undergraduates complete assignments.