Unshelve

Un`shelve´


v. t.1.To remove from, or as from, a shelf.
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Presidential spokesperson Salvador Panelo issued this statement in response to former Foreign Affairs Secretary Albert del Rosario, who appealed to the government to "unshelve" the arbitral award in the midst of China's "aggression and aggressive moves." "In the first place, this administration never shelved the arbitral ruling.
Meanwhile, former Foreign Affairs Secretary Albert del Rosario said that after China's recent claims, it 'may be the right time to finally unshelve our arbitral outcome' that will enable Locsin 'to develop recommendations for our President's consideration.'
Presidential Spokesperson Salvador Panelo made the statement after former foreign affairs secretary Albert del Rosario said China's recent moves in the West Philippine Sea should prompt the government to finally unshelve the victory won by the Philippines almost three years ago.
Perhaps she does not unshelve herself completely from the biographical section, but rather demonstrates how powerful the Gothic can be when leveraged as a narrative tool for examining family angst.
Those at the old library unshelve books and load them onto labeled carts, then their counterparts wheel the loaded carts to designated areas of the new library and reshelve the materials.
Former Foreign Affairs Secretary Albert del Rosario earlier called on the government to "unshelve" Manila's 2016 arbitration win.
it may be the right time to finally unshelve our arbitral outcome enabling our Secretary of Foreign Affairs to develop recommendations for our President's consideration,' he added.
"It might be the right time to add to 'unshelve' our arbiral outcome and sit down with China for the enforcement," Del Rosario told radio dzMM last Saturday.
Palace: Arbitral ruling 'never shelved !-- -- Alexis Romero (Philstar.com) - April 14, 2019 - 5:54pm MANILA, Philippines The Duterte administration never shelved the arbitral ruling on the South China Sea, Malacaaang said Sunday, after the Philippines' former top diplomat had urged the government to "unshelve" the landmark decision that favored the country.
On Saturday, former Foreign Affairs Secretary Albert Del Rosario said it may be the "right time" to "unshelve" the arbitral ruling, citing what he described as"aggression and aggressive moves" of China.
MANILA, Philippines The Duterte administration never shelved the arbitral ruling on the South China Sea (SCS), Malacaaang said yesterday, after the Philippines' former top diplomat urged the government to "unshelve" the landmark decision that favored the country.