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to keep from being admitted, included, or considered

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Debar added his voice to those who link Turkey's shooting of the plane to Russia's recent success in bombing Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant oil transportation facilities, which it uses to send contraband oil to Turkey.
In the immediate proximity of Debar is the village of Rajcica, where the female monastery of Sveti Gjorgji Pobedonosec (Saint George the Victorious), a metoh (dependency) to Macedonia's richest monastery of Sveti Jovan Bigorski, is located.
Anyone with information can log on to the force website and click on the Operation Debar button.
On July 23, the World Bank announced that it would debar from further Bank contracts the Canadian firm Acres International.
In addition, 25 percent did not see any need for chastity among priests and 61 percent thought that sex with a married woman should not debar priests from ministry.
The Clinton Administration has promised to issue regulations that would create a federal contractor "blacklist" to penalize and potentially debar certain federal contractors and subcontractors.
UANI recently called on the Secretary of Defense and the Administrator of the General Services Administration to debar all companies that conduct business in Iran from contracting with the U.
Debar stockbreeders officially protected their white sheep cheese by receiving the trademark certificate from the Agency for branding foodstuff articles, announced Skender Ame President of the Association of stockbreeders in Debar and Centar Zupa Municipalities.
The Debar villages of Banjiste and Kosovrasti are rich in thermal mineral springs and two modern spa resorts of the same names have been built there.
The wealth of the mayors of Tetovo, Gostivar and Debar consists of apartments, houses, business objects and parcels and this can be seen from the data of the Anticorruption Commission.
The environmentalists and residents of Debar oppose the implementation of these two projects because they believe that by harnessing the water of the Radika River environmental damage will done that is going to have direct negative effects on the economic growth of the region of Debar.
Voters will have to leave their finger prints alongside their ballots; the turnout threshold in electing diaspora MPs will be raised from 2 to 25 percent; most of the Debar region will be transferred from the sixth to the fifth electoral unit; and during the election campaign aside from ministers, mayors, too, will not be allowed to show up at groundbreaking or ribbon-cutting ceremonies.
As a pressure tactic, it may debar Indian boxers from future competitions.
To protect the government's interests, the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) provides that agencies can suspend or debar contractors for causes affecting present responsibility--such as serious failure to perform to the terms of a contract.
Debarring officials may now debar a contractor based on a determination by the Secretary of Homeland Security or the Attorney General of the United States.