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The grave, immovable Fyne of the Civil Service, gasped
On the other hand, those steadfast natures which can better be depended upon, which in a battle are impregnable to fear and immovable, are equally immovable when there is anything to be learned; they are always in a torpid state, and are apt to yawn and go to sleep over any intellectual toil.
And through the window came a wandering--perhaps a lost--odour--a delicate, sweet odour of lilac that fixed the broker for a moment immovable.
Bazzard returned, accompanied by two waiters--an immovable waiter, and a flying waiter; and the three brought in with them as much fog as gave a new roar to the fire.
After looking at it silently for so long a time that Miss Rachel began to get confused, he said to her in his cool immovable way, "If you ever go to India, Miss Verinder, don't take your uncle's birthday gift with you.
Feel for me, or despise me, I confess it with the same immovable resolution to own the truth.
You have been reading English poetry with her," he said, immovable now, like another man altogether, a complete stranger to the man of the heavy and uncertain footfalls a little while ago--at my elbow.
72 Aa[euro]sA(c) renting of immovable property services means any service provided or rendered, to any person by another person, by renting of immovable property as defined in clause (72B) of this section, or any other service in relation to such renting for use as offices or factories in the course or furtherance of business and commerce.
And Butland, 22, said: "Joe is almost an immovable object.
An appeal was filed against the judgement of the first instance providing for the cancellation of the decree-law n 2011-13 of March 14, 2011 related to the confiscation of the assets and movable and immovable properties of former president Ben Ali and members of his family.
The bill provides that the university will be a corporate body having perpetual succession and a common seal, with powers, among others to acquire and hold property, both movable and immovable, and to lease, sell or otherwise transfer any movable and immovable property which may have become vested in or been acquired by it.
The case dates back to 2005 when the Pakistani carrier, which operated two flights a week on Delhi- Lahore sector and once a week on Mumbai- Karachi sector, purchased these immovable assets as part of its logistical requirements for its operations in India.
The ystanbul 7th Administrative Court last week ordered the return of the immovable property on which the Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University's Faculty of Fine Arts department now sits in ystanbul's Bomonti neighborhood, on the grounds that the Undersecretariat of Treasury violated the property rights of the Assyrian Kadim Meryemana Church Foundation by canceling the certificate of ownership of the immovable property belonging to the foundation.
Interior Minister Socratis Hasikos said on Wednesday that measures taken by the government to discourage Greek Cypriots from resorting to the immovable property commission (IPC) in the north had dropped dramatically.