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The diabetes awareness campaign, held in collaboration with the Qatar Diabetes Association (QDA), was well-timed with World Diabetes Day, recognised each year on November 14.
Not only is Gary a consummate professional, but also he's a delightful person who is ready with a smile and a well-timed quip.
The organizers of the competition highly appreciated the well-timed and coherent work of Emergencies Ministry rescuers.
Well-timed for ourwinterwahoo and swordfish seasons.
Gone With The Wind appeared to have been delivered with a well-timed challenge by Paul Mulrennan and more than PS4,700 was traded on him at 1.01.
Forbes released its list on Monday and noted that Jordan's net worth is estimated at $1 billion, thanks to his well-timed investment in the Charlotte Hornets.
This solution--the well-timed refinancing of existing portfolios--was illustrated in another Bronx transaction this month, when Singer refinanced a property at 2471 Grand Avenue, purchased last year for $4,733 million.
Prime Minister Tigran Sargsyan's resignation was well-timed and even late, the leader of the Orinats Yerkir Party, Artur
EFFORTS to revive the mortgage market have been "well-timed" and will not lead to another housing market bubble, a leading forecaster said today.
A well-timed bike breakaway helped Buckingham secure an early advantage and he managed to stay ahead of his closest rivals Dmitry Polyanskiy, of Russia who finished second, and the Ukraine's Yegor Martynenko in third.
Sonja Kramarska comments for Utrinski Vesnik that the public has the full right to doubt the well-timed and impartial verdict in the case of Martin Neskoski because the trial for murder has all likelihood to turn into a farce.
With Redcar''s continuous pressure they went 2-0 up with a well-timed header and his second goal from man-ofthe-match Liam McCormick.