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11 KV feeders with underground XLPE cables to be emanated from below mentioned GIS Sub-Stations after conversion/dismantlement of existing 11 nos.
Summary: Cairo, Dhu Al-Qa&'dah 24, 1431, Nov 01, 2010, SPA -- Egyptian Foreign Ministry lauded the initiative of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al Saud on Iraq noting that it emanated from the keenness of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to achieve stability in Iraq.
The final section focuses on a case study of a challenge to these attempts to limit and demobilize environmentalists in Lebanon -- one that emanated, not from civil society, but from the relatively disadvantaged patron-client network.
The most sustained and forceful attempt to expand the scope of environmental activism in Lebanon has not emanated from civil society at all but from a rival but disadvantaged patron-client network of the Druze community under the leadership of Walid Jumblatt.
In Lebanon, these surpluses have emanated from a variety of sources: old feudal family wealth, wealth gained from entrepreneurial activities and connections outside of Lebanon, as well as the resources tied to the remerging political arena.
But June 28 changed this towns fate when a very large earthquake emanated from a nearby fault, indelibly etching the name Landers in the annals of seismology
Although similar in strength to the forecasted San Andreas quake, the Landers shock emanated from distant faults in the sparsely populated Mojave Desert.
The first batch of seismic waves -- the smaller of the two -- emanated from a north-south-directed fault.
said, "Historically our business has emanated mainly from North America.
The Great Chain of Being makes its appearance in an emanated string of intellects between God and Man, associated with astral bodies.