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It offers taking back control of our money so that we can spend the PS10billion nett a year we send to Brussels on our priorities.
The band's sixth album, "Happiness Is'' (just re-released in a vinyl deluxe version with a half dozen bonus tracks) is Taking Back Sunday's first release for indie label Hopeless Records after a four-album stint on major label Warner Bros.
We do not have any objections to the taking back of the remains," Pfotte said.
After a great set from the politically ferocious, Anti-Flag (who were part of the Rock Against Bush movement) on hurdle Taking Back Sunday.
Taking Back Sunday return to Birmingham on November 10 when they headline the Taste of Chaos tour at the NIA.
At the same time, W&M has satisfied AT&T's desire to downsize by taking back its underutilized space to relet to the new tenant.
Betty Kresin is furious with her grandson - whose real name is Marshall Mathers III - for taking back his former wife Kim.
Taking Back, in other words, seems to have all the makings of a very good book.
This point aside, The Chronic Illness Workbook successfully and compassionately helps people adjust to life with a chronic illness via self-discovered solutions for taking back their lives.
Islamabad -- The government has reportedly started taking back the relief that was earlier given to the electricity consumers after massive retaliation against overbilling in July, local media quoting sources reported on Tuesday.
On Tuesday, during a heated debate on the issue of taking back the land of Mahalaxmi Race Course, two Sena women corporators beat up a Congress corporator inside the civic house.