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This month, Saladbox will be featuring a beauty box with hair care samples that will lovingly transform unmanageable hair to silky smooth beautiful hair!
We call on all parties to refrain from provoking and threatening each other, whether in words or actions, and not let the situation get to an irreversible and unmanageable stage," Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi told reporters in Beijing.
When elites do not perceive contentious politics to be an unmanageable or persistent threat, however, they do not see any need for a protection pact.
Donna's free report entitled, “Tipping the Scales Toward Foreclosure: Resolve to Shed the Weight of an Unmanageable Mortgage in 2012,” is accessible from her website, www.
Several other chapters in Emotionalizing Organizations and Organizing Emotions follow Gabriel's argument concerning unmanageable emotions.
The FoDP noted during the deliberations on a strategy to help Pakistan overcome its energy crisis that Pakistan's energy crisis was worsening fast as its present energy gap of 18 million metric tons of oil (MTEO) will grow to unmanageable 56 MTEO by 2015-16 and simultaneously energy import requirements will increase from $10 billion to $38 billion.
Can you imagine what would happen when the "pet" creature becomes ferocious and unmanageable, was released into Bahrain's countryside and began making meals out of children and pets.
Unmanageable workloads were mainly blamed for the problem, often compounded by pressure from managers, said the report by Reed Human Resources.
Castaic High was expected to open in 2008, and the two-year delay would have resulted in unmanageable overcrowding at West Ranch, Hart officials said.
Moreover, there is a point where size becomes unmanageable where supply and information systems collapse.
I, LIKE a lot of people, was deeply shocked to hear that two calves had been savaged in Croxteth Park by dogs but the response of suggesting banning certain dogs is unmanageable, penalises responsible dog owners, and does not address the problem of antisocial behaviour in all its forms.
Grossman, who has spent 18 years as a leading physician treating HIV patients in New York City, calls HIV/AIDS a "chronic, unmanageable disease.