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'Not a single contender for the Tory leadership has said they will waver from May's position' Given Campbell Gunn's credentials as a man who spent years at the heart of an SNP Scottish Government, and someone who still supports the party and independence, only a fool would dismiss his analysis out of hand.
If the visa fee waver goes into effect, Taiwanese travelers to Thailand can save NT$1,200 (US$38), yet nevertheless will still be required to apply for a visa.
Summary: Kathmandu [Nepal], Sept 22 (RSS/ANI): Nepal Prime Minister and Communist Party of Nepal (CPN) chairman KP Sharma Oli has said that the present government will not let the trust and confidence of the people towards it waver.
The two newest additions to the line-up are the Easy Curl, a spiral shaped barrel which you wrap hair around to achieve a more dramatic curly look, and the Glam Waver, for simple Hollywood-style waves.
GEORGIA HUMPHREYS GIVES MARK HILL'S NEW CURLERS A WHIRL Easy Curl Glam Waver ON the look out for new ways to add volume and bounce to lank locks?
The two newest additions to the line-up are the Easy Curl, a spiralshaped barrel which you wrap hair around to achieve a more dramatic curly look, and the Glam Waver, for simple Hollywood-style waves.
"Confidence in the capacity cuts should not waver, and the efforts should not be weakened," the official said.
European indices showed no considerable dynamics either, while UST-10 yield continued to waver around 1.95% per annum.
Lee Stafford's new Wonderball Waver Tousle Wand, PS34.99, very.co.uk, creates a tousled wave and its ceramic barrel is infused with argan oil for soft shiny hair.
Republic aircraft order could waver due to Frontier's financial troubles.
Stepping into the limelight today is Lucy Stevens, 11, fromMosspits Junior School, Waver tree.
3 : to give an unsteady sound <The music of the flutes wavered. .