Confederate Prisoners at Fort Delaware: The Legend of Mistreatment Reexamined
NNA - Dual veto on rentals' law could not be reexamined
since the law itself failed to take effect, the Constitutional Council (C.C.) decreed on the 8th of June 2014 in annex # 20
In addition, the government reexamined
the real GDP growth rate for fiscal 2007 and kept it unchanged at 1.8 percent.
5,795,716; 6,355,432 and 6,646,243) will be reexamined
(see IBO 3/15/07).
'Hundred and Sixty-Eight': This garment I wear, better in the pawn of wine:/this mindless booklet, better drowned in wine./Since I wasted life-when I reexamined
time:/better in the corner of a tavern, tippled and gone./Since rational rumination is far from darvishi,/better heart on fire and eyes full of water./I will not speak about the condition of the ascetic to the people:/if I ever tell this story, it better be with lyre and the violin./Since the affairs of the heavens are foul, from this side/better lust for Saghi with wine in hand./Such a lover as you: I'll never abandon;/if I am to pull a burden, better the weight of your tresses./You are old, hafez: leave the tavern;/rendi and lusting best when you're young.
In contrast, 71 of 87 children who were reexamined
after getting the sulfadoxine-pyrimethamine combination failed to improve and received other drugs, the scientists report in the Nov.
The "blame culture" in the social services is also being reexamined
As Wood explains, "an important key to Shakespeare's thought world is the traditional society of Warwickshire and the conflicts engendered in it by the Tudor Reformation." He argues logically that because the Reformation has been reexamined
by scholars in the last 30 years, our understanding of the life of Shakespeare needs a similar reexamination.
For readers, remembrances are evoked, tensions are reexperienced and beliefs are reexamined
Options such as commissionaire structures, toll manufacturing, and cross-border leasing--opportunities often deemed difficult to implement in the existing tax environment--may need to be reexamined
in light of the new EU principles that will take effect on May 1, 2004.