Cayo Ondo Mba Angue, and using the faculties granted to me under Article 41, subparagraph H, of Basic State Law, I hereby name him Director General, Charged with Retired and Crippled
Personnel at the Ministry of National Defence.
Americans imagined that Iran's economy will be crippled
through sanctions after a while, but this did not happen," Larijani said.
Radioactive substances have also been emitted into the atmosphere from the nuclear plant, which was crippled
by the March 11 massive earthquake and tsunami, and the leakage was confirmed across the Northern Hemisphere and parts of the Southern Hemisphere.
Because the Americans are leaving after they achieved the crippled
country project; a country with no teeth that cannot arm its army with missiles and planes, a state that has no safe borders after the Americans have opened its borders and destroyed it and its air defense bases.
It comes as engineers say they have moved a step closer to emptying highly radioactive water from one of the six crippled
The massive quake and ensuing tsunami have crippled
the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, about 200 kilometers northeast of Tokyo, causing radiation leaks and raising concerns that the crisis could develop into a disaster that would see the plant emit a large amount of radioactive substances into the atmosphere.
Saudi Arabia's national team for those with special needs for football clinched semi finals at the 5th World Final Games for the Crippled
2010, currently ongoing in South Africa after beating Hungary 4-0.
The shadow rural affairs minister also recalls how, 10 years ago, he fuel protests that crippled
the Labour played a leading role in the fuel protests that crippled
the Labour government for a few heady summer weeks.
NINEWA / Aswat al-Iraq: Two unidentified gunmen shot dead a crippled
aged man inside his house in western Mosul city on Sunday, a local Iraqi police source in Ninewa province said.
When I spoke to her the next morning, she was crippled
with pain - she couldn't even walk.
1 : to cause to lose the use of one or more arms or legs <The accident crippled
Hospital after hospital refused to accept a crippled
girl, but eventually she was accepted for training by the Royal Alexandra Hospital in Rhyl.
The workers, whose three-week long strike has crippled
half the Midland motor industry, voted on a return, to work tomorrow at a meeting at Bentley Labour Club.
THE Royal Mail national distribution centre in Crick, near Rugby, could be crippled
if a threatened walkout goes ahead.
Having been crippled
by polio in 1944, I already loved my own shoulders with a passion that was at least as great.