CROSSFIRE by Malorie Blackman, Penguin, PS14.99 (ebook PS8.99) HHH HH THE first Noughts & Crosses book was published in 2001, containing a dystopia in which Crosses (those with dark skin) rule over Noughts (light skinned), it's a perfect blueprint for YA fiction that changes you, and makes you revaluate
the world you've grown up in.
Maryam Nawaz must revaluate
the course she is leading her party down currently; adhering to a reactionary strategy purely to oppose the government is not sensible.
"In the interim, we will revaluate
how best we can commence with the process of bringing RHA back into production as expeditiously as possible.
She was made to realize that in order to actually evolve in a positive and healthy way, she needed to step back, switch gears, revaluate
her priorities and max out her abilities, all thanks to a guarded pace.
We should use his release to revaluate
the outmoded and wasteful concept of "lock 'em up till they rot." That applies to many but not to Van Houton and Kokoraleis.
We have to revaluate
everything (all the time)," he said when asked if the three rates hike - for a total of 100bps - is enough.
Chairman Morlu notes that the forum being held under the theme 'The theory and practice of the exploration of development paths suited to national conditions', presents a suited opportunity for African countries to revaluate
their module of development and, where necessary, readjust to people priorities in their respective countries.
UTAP President Abdelmajid Ezzar emphasised the need to revaluate
work as a civilisational value essential for the guarantee of dignity and the promotion of productivity.
The interim statement also recommended the manufacturer of the helicopter involved should revaluate
the performance of its flight data recording systems.
Alfons is glad it's made the UK revaluate
This has been the case particularly within the business environment, where it serves as an example for how businesses need revaluate
their business strategies to set themselves apart from the competition, rather than simply conforming to the 'rules of the game'.