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Two thumbs up to all who contributed in creating such an unexampled series within the Egyptian platform.
Public accounting is unexampled in contrast with other occupations as ethical behavior does not merely empower it to keep on to assist the business sphere efficiently (Bratu, 2015), but the whole underpinning of the line of work is established on confidence in the proficiency and rectitude of the accountant.
To preserve our unexampled division of power between the nation and the government, a multitude of other divisions became necessary, and these were intended to be made, not for the purpose of balance of powers between departments, but by preventing such an accumulation to awaken ambition, to defend the sovereignty of the people against all.
From sulptures to paintings, to piazza, pizzas and even soccer -- all portray the Italians' penchant for perfection, in their unexampled designs, quality, and flavour.
The trial judge, Mr Justice Wright, commented that the case "must be almost unexampled in the annals of crime" and he summed-up for an acquittal.
And the proof of this is that while their revaluation effected decadence, they sought to forestall its spread; they sought a remedy for the poison they had spilt so as to preserve the underlying and unexampled virtues of European civilization.
availing himself of the precious opportunity, declaring sentiments which must be already known, hoping--fearing--adoring--ready to die if she refused him; but flattering himself that his ardent attachment and unequalled love and unexampled passion could not fail of having some effect, and in short, very much resolved on being seriously accepted as soon as possible.
Two days before World War I was declared, he spoke in Trafalgar Square at a rally where a declaration was adopted, which concluded by stating: "Men and women of Britain, you now have an unexampled opportunity of showing your power, rendering magnificent service to humanity and to the world.
In his 1823 message, he asked rhetorically, "Can such extraordinary and unexampled undertakings possibly belong to that class of enterprises, which we are at liberty to adopt or decline as we please; enterprises which no duty either commands or forbids?
It seems astonishing, at this distance, that on August 2, 1914, two days before war was declared, he spoke in Trafalgar Square at a rally where a declaration was adopted, which concluded by stating: "Men and women of Britain, you now have an unexampled opportunity of showing your power, rendering magnificent service to humanity and to the world.
In his words, Publius exhibits, performs, proposes, and ultimately necessitates the rhetoric strategy for a "new and unexampled phenomenon" (130).
During the last decade, an unexampled increase of foreign direct investment (FDI) transfer was observed to low income countries.