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He said that a new agreement was signed in 2000 but it had not been put into effect.
Regarding the recent events that have been put into effect around the region, it is needed for all regional countries to get a closer understanding over regional and international affairs, said Larijani.
Mr Mitchell, Shadow International Development Secretary, published details of a pounds 5 million scheme which would be put into effect by a Conservative government.
It now plans to import cheap food from around the region and to put into effect special duties on some items.
The ban was put into effect after a United States animal welfare organisation raised concerns over the birds potentially being used for cockfighting, a blood sport.
To enforce new limits on outdoor advertising, the City is making use of a weapon called Local Law 31, enacted in 2005 and put into effect recently.
has put into effect new procedures for handling export containers under the OffPeak program at the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach
7-3), which surrendered five runs in the fourth inning and four more in the fifth for the 10-run mercy rule to be put into effect.
Before their abominable plan is put into effect, the terrorists who seize the plane are similarly unremarkable, and utterly inconspicuous.
The "Disengagement Plan" began at midnight with border crossings to settlements sealed and eviction notices put into effect.
3402(f)(2)-1T(g)(2)(iv), to allow time for an appeal, the employer cannot put into effect the maximum number of withholding exemptions, as stated in the IRS's notice, until at least 45 calendar days after the date of the notice.
1, the two airlines put into effect fuel surcharges ranging from 500 yen to 2,500 yen for seats on international flights.
On October 1, the Federal Communications Commission granted an additional six-month stay of the controversial fax regulations that, if put into effect, will make broadcast faxing without prior, written consent illegal for all organizations--including nonprofits.
8 million units, but will decline to nearly 5 million units in 2009 as stricter emission standards are put into effect in 2007.
However, these targets will be re-examined by the European Parliament and the Council before they are put into effect.