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failure to thrive

n.
A significant delay in the physical growth of an infant or young child, caused by an organic, psychological, or environmental disturbance.
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"Levels of stock exchange in Bulgaria is quite low, so levying a FTT will neither bring us significant revenue nor stimulate a positive development in financial markets," said she.
But the Welsh Conservatives urged caution in implementing an FTT without international agreement on the issue.
However it seems to me that this technical issue while important, and one that will affect the design of any tax, is less crucial than reaching clarity on the aims of an FTT and the use of the resulting revenue.
The FTT said that British embassies have also rejected visa applications of other athletes from other countries.
FTT is strategically positioned to compete in the small-sized, affordable turbofan and turbojet marketspace as a market disrupter and technology leader.
The post Cyprus expresses reservations over FTT appeared first on Cyprus Mail .
There was no error of law by the FTT,' adding that if the Home Office decided to deport the men, each would have the right to appeal.
The project leverages in-place network from the 2016 FTT buildout and complements fully diverse routes between Austin and San Antonio.
The FTT confirmed HMRC's view that legislation had stopped financial traders claiming artificial losses.
The FTT was established in October 2016, specifically to target criminal syndicates and seize illicit money tied to narcotics, wildlife poaching, and weapons trafficking.
The solution will predominantly leverage existing fiber and network under construction for the previously announced fiber-to-the-tower (FTT) project in Dallas-Fort Worth.