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We have had to agree on a certain set of rules, called etiquette and politeness, to make this frequent meeting tolerable and that we need not come to open war.
But his tailor was a woman who worked, like a regimental contractor, by a set of rules that gave the same configuration to the whole human species.
Summary: Pune (Maharashtra) [India], November 10 (ANI): The Savitribai Phule Pune University, in its new set of rules, announced that those students, who are vegetarians and abstinent from alcohol, will be considered eligible for Maharishi Keertankar Shelar Mama Gold Medal.
But to prescribe a set of rules, what is proper or not, hindi lulusot 'yun.
Currently, the first set of rules called the Insurance Rules, 2002 were notified by the Federal Government - Ministry of Commerce via SRO 498(I)/2002 dated August 7, 2002.
Earlier the Insurance Industry Reforms Committee Report 2014 also recommended consolidating the existing two set of rules which were creating ambiguity.
Summary: Abu Dhabi started today enforcing a new set of rules on speed limits on all the roads of Abu Dhabi by re-setting speed cameras in concurrence with recommendation of a study conducted earlier.
ALEXEY SOROKIN, the chief executive of Russia's successful bid to stage the 2018 World Cup, is surprised by the backlash against FIFA and insisted: "When you sign up to a certain set of rules you have to abide by them.
Hans Hoogervorst, who heads the Dutch market watchdog AFM, said that the set of rules under the Basel II norms could have led to the current financial crisis.
He said: "We need a set of rules that is easily understood by all our players, members and officials.
The Service and Treasury previously issued interim guidance on these updated rules and on the parallel set of rules for taxpayer disclosure of reportable transactions.
We should propose a Geneva Convention for fighting terrorism, which makes very clear that those who would fight outside the rules of law, those who would use weapons of mass destruction, and those who would target civilians are, in fact, subject to a totally different set of rules that allow us to protect civilization by defeating barbarism before it gains so much strength that it is truly horrendous," he said.