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2365 which urges the Office of the President to reconsider the appointment of Department of Budget and Management (DBM) Secretary Benjamin Diokno as an expression of sentiment from a separate branch of the government, we similarly wish to express that the President continues to trust the Budget Secretary and the confidence reposed on him remains unimpaired,' Panelo said in a statement.
The 23-year-old's call-up follows a powerful season for the Bears in which he has emphatically proved that his pace and powers are unimpaired by 18 months out of the game following a serious knee injury.
The 23-yearold's call-up follows a powerful season for the Bears in which he has emphatically proved that his pace and powers are unimpaired by 18 months out of the game following a serious knee injury.
Banks' allowable open FX position will remain at 20 percent of their unimpaired capital or an absolute limit of $50 million, whichever is lower.
The plan has equitized approximately $2.4B in unsecured bond obligations, more than $1B in contingent newbuild obligations, "substantial" unliquidated guaranty obligations, and $250M in unsecured interest rate and currency swap claims, while extending near term debt maturities, providing the company with over $1B in "fresh capital and leaving employee, customer, and ordinary trade claims largely unimpaired," Seadrill added.
Quiroz, Ph.D., from Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, and colleagues assessed measures of carbon 11-labeled Pittsburgh Compound B positron emission tomography (PET) and flortaucipir F18 PET imaging in 24 presenilin 1 (PSEN1) E280A autosomal dominant AD kindred members including 12 carriers (nine cognitively unimpaired; three with mild cognitive impairment) and 12 cognitively unimpaired noncarriers.
Harrington then criticizes Cumulus for drafting that Disclosure Statement that lacks additional information as to why its plan treats two different classes as unimpaired -- despite the fact that under the plan the legal rights of each class member will be altered.
This should, however, be complimented by a recognition of the equally basic right to exist and to live one's life unimpaired physically and mentally, in short to be free from the fear of violence.
Shareholder's funds, unimpaired by losses, increased by 14.02 per cent, while capital adequacy ratio stood at 17.66 per cent.
The goals are to reduce congestion and greenhouse gas emissions, and cut the crash rate for vehicles operated by unimpaired drivers by as much as 80 percent.
Before him were the pyramids, rising in massive grandeur upon the girders of the desert: the stupendous temples: the mural paintings, whose brilliant colouring was unimpaired after the lapse of fifty centuries: the group of ponderous sphinxes imposing even in their mutilation: the speaking statues, which facing the East, with the first ray of light saluted the coming day: the obelisks, sculptured upon shaft and pedestal with the eternal records of long extinguished dynasties: the vast subterranean tombs, whose every sarcophagus was a gigantic monolith: and the effigies of the old Egyptian kings, personifications of dignity and power, holding in their hands the symbols of time and eternity ...
Meanwhile, the rear windows of the houses would have provided unimpaired views of a bustling River Tyne, busy with ships and industry.