reoccurrence


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reoccurrence

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A repeated occurrence:
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In a veiled appeal to North Korea, which says the rocket was used to launch a satellite for peaceful space exploration, the resolution calls on member nations "to prevent a reoccurrence of such potentially hazardous activities." The resolution, jointly proposed by eight ICAO members including Japan, South Korea and the United States, also calls on member nations to "take appropriate measures to enhance further the safety of international civil aviation." Japan complained to the ICAO that the launch was in violation of the 1944 Chicago Treaty, which stipulates that countries should notify aviation authorities in advance of actions that might affect international aviation services.
The force commander said the military outfit had intensified operations along Loko-Agatu, Kwande and other border communities in Benue to prevent reoccurrence of the attacks.
The governorate's municipality is contracting with a security company to prevent the reoccurrence of the incident.
He will put in place business practices to prevent a reoccurrence of these issues, Mr Chandler said.
Kayani said the army did not want to initiate operations within the country, but its presence in South Waziristan is required so as to improve the situation and eliminate any chance of reoccurrence of terrorism in the area, reports the Daily Times.
Dr Miriam says: You could try these dietary measures to help prevent any reoccurrence...
Fabregas has just returned from an injury lay-off, having missed two matches after a reoccurrence of his hamstring problem.
However, measures have to be taken to prevent reoccurrence of similar collapses in the future," he added.
"After surgery we rarely have patients with a reoccurrence. Advance treatment is radiotherapy or even chemotherapy and radiotherapy - the more advanced a tumour the worse survival rate.
"I hope now there's no reoccurrence of this behaviour, and I am allowed to concentrate, with my colleagues, on serving Victoria ward."
Juninho's departure to Brazil could be delayed by injuries to John Hartson and Chris Sutton, who left the pitch with four minutes remaining after suffering a reoccurrence of his hamstring strain.
"In consultation with HSE, the museum has conducted a thorough investigation and has produced a report detailing action to prevent a reoccurrence of the incident.