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Rather a light purse,' added Isaac, throwing it into the air and catching it dexterously,
The Chinese Embassy itself earlier admitted that fishing boat Yuemaobinyu 42212 was engaged in a "light purse seine operation" and was berthed at the vicinity of Recto Bank on June 9.
Then they say that the Chinese vessel was engaged in a light purse seine operation when it was suddenly besieged by 7 or 8 Filipino fishing boats.
Citing China's preliminary investigation into the incident, the Chinese Embassy said the Chinese fishing boat 'Yuemaobinyu 42212' from Guangdong was engaging in a light purse seine operation when it was 'suddenly besieged by seven or eight Filipino fishing boats.'
I'll be honest, yellow hasn't been a colour high on my list shops with a heavy heart and returned with a very light purse.
I'll be honest, yellow hasn't been a colour high on my list of favourites, so I set off to the shops with a heavy heart and returned with a very light purse.
Pep up your rooms with this fabulously zesty hue shops with a heavy heart and returned with a very light purse.
It took all Maud Heighton's courage to escape, but Paris, she quickly realizes, is no place for a light purse. While her fellow students enjoy the dazzling decadence of the Belle Epoque, Heighton slips into poverty.
They are now operating in the market with impunity and broad day light purse snatching has become pastime for them.
While admitting that the Chinese vessel Yuemaobinyu 42212 from Guangdong Province in China was engaged in a 'light purse seine operation' in the vicinity of Recto Bank on June 9, the Chinese Embassy earlier denied that it was a 'hit-and-run' incident.
Secondly, the Yuemaobinyu 42212, according to the UP professor, "was indeed engaged in fishing operations (light purse seine) in Recto Bank, in violation of Philippine fisheries law and regulations."
"Yuemaobinyu 42212, a Chinese fishing boat from Guangdong Province, China, engaged in a light purse seine operation, was berthed at the vicinity of Liyue Tan (Reed Bank)," the embassy said, referring to Recto Bank.