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'The reverting parent should demonstrate true Islamic character and sincere niyyat for conversion, hence children or the non-converting spouse will be attracted to the Deen without duress or coercion,' she said, using the Arabic terms for intention and religion.
Now 8lb higher, Sean Flanagan's mount has rock-solid claims in a competitive contest and is preferred to the Willie Mullins-trained Blixt, winner of her maiden hurdle on this track last time, and top-weight Thanks For Tea, also reverting to hurdling after a seventh to Riviera Sun in the recent Galway Blazers handicap chase.
"Reverting to Islam has helped me come to terms with understanding life."
Nationwide Building Society has a two-year fixed rate mortgage of 6.25%, reverting to lender's standard variable rate for rest of the term, currently 6.49%.
Global Banking News-19 May 2008-French banks reverting to traditional businesses(C)2008 ENPublishing - http://www.enpublishing.co.uk
National independent mortgage broker Mortgage Talk highlights a selection of the week's mortgage dealsShort Term Fixed Rate The Alliance & Leicester is offering a fixed rate until the 31st May 2007 at 4.86 per cent, reverting to the standard variable rate for the remaining term of the mortgage, currently 5.5 per cent.
Speaking from experience, most business owners seem to be reverting back to the "I am king, you are peasant" mentality.
Even the big museums here are reverting to free access.
In its position paper submitted to the TC, Pampi argued that reverting the current 5-percent tariff on chicken MDM to 40 percent would result in double-digit hikes in the prices of processed meat products, such as hot dogs and luncheon meat.
6.50 Tramore Richard Power Private Client Handicap Hurdle 2m ATR Card page 71 ST LAWRENCE GAP, winner of this event a year ago, has been in good form on the Flat in recent months and will be reverting to hurdles for the first time since October, writes Tony O'Hehir.
The second observation is that the ratio is slowly reverting to the mean, with a September 2016 ratio approaching 0.04.
The format was tweaked mid-run last year and this year is reverting to its old name, Today at Wimbledon.