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For instance, as intelligence agents, you have to train in a certain way to keep your mental balance in direst situations," he added.
Zain Suharwardy, Managing Daraz at Daraz, while commenting on the initiative stated, 'Giving back to the community is part of Daraz's abiding mission, not only does Daraz connect consumers and merchants, it also connects people's compassion with those in direst need.
It was a confrontation which is not hard to imagine and those involved feared the direst consequences, perhaps the prohibition of away games, a firm and understandable act on the part of a new vice principal determined to impose a more stringent rule now that most of the ex-servicemen had left.
Even in the direst of times, he never loses his sense of humour.
The good news is that it's still possible to restrict the increase to 2[degrees]C and so avert some of the direst consequences of climate change--but that would require more ambitious emissions targets to be set and achieved worldwide.
Summary: Ten years after the death of Yasser Arafat, and the situation for Palestinians is at its direst in years, and any hope of unity between different factions appears a mirage.
Ash quickly earns a reputation as a brave and stoic soldier, even in the direst of battles.
Alas for him he may have sorted his berth out upstairs but in the temporal world he copped the direst penalty of all: revocation of his Newtown citizenship.
The CAB has reported recently that between July and September last year they dealt with a 12 per cent increase in people seeking help with threats of homelessness on the previous year and they expect to distribute 100,000 food vouchers for those in the direst need.
received as a guest in Armenia but as a dear and considerate person who stood by our nation in our direst moments and through his
The front of the Islamic Maghreb today is in direst need of the support of the sons of Tunisia, Morocco, Libya, and Mauritania, to thwart the attack of Crusader France and defeat its agents in the region, and empower the Islamic project," AQIM said, according to a translation of the statement emailed by SITE.
Debate Over Death and Suffering in Syria; Rebel Unity Efforts In all probability, a conservative percent of Syrians living in the direst poverty has surpassed 50% or more than 11 million people.
But this mobilisation against austerity will be followed mainly in the countries facing the direst economic situations.
De Villiers will be doing duty for the first Test against England in the direst of circumstances from the long-serving Mark Boucher.
The company sells its products and services through its direst sales organisations, sales agents, resellers and distributors in the USA, Europe and the Asia-Pacific.