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To call the magnification of the Russian profile in the Middle East a re-entrance of some sort is inaccurate.
Tristar's re-entrance into the shipping market will bring in an extra 20 per cent of growth to the company, Mayne said.
The category, which mainly targets children as potential consumers, also began to target adults with the re-entrance of SodaStream to the Israeli market.
It describes how the country transitioned from its early history of withdrawal from European concepts of international order, through re-entrance onto the global stage in WWII, and current US foreign policies and missions in pursuit of international stability.
This thought-provoking collection cuts directly against such an orientation and provides a highly useful re-entrance into McLuhan's thinking as a whole.
Talking to journalists after the meeting, ANP Information Secretary Zahid Khan said that Awami National Party has reservations over re-entrance of MQM into the government.
De Renzis said that the airline's re-entrance into Saudi Arabia on May 31 offers it another key revenue source; it will operate five weekly flights from both Jeddah and Riyadh, respectively, to Terminal 5 at Heathrow.
De Renzis explained British AirwaysEoe1/4ao re-entrance in to Saudi Arabia on May 31 offers it another key revenue source; the airline will operate five weekly flights from both Jeddah and Riyadh, respectively, to Terminal 5, its dedicated EeAu4.
The Middle East is a vital growth market for British Airways and our re-entrance into Saudi Arabia in a few months time is testimony to our regional commitment and expansion plans," he added.
This can see someone powerful from your past making a re-entrance into your life.
Now those 666ers axe back, announcing their re-entrance by meting out identical death to one lesser Victor.
Lila begs Abigail for assistance; but their re-entrance into each other's lives does not happen without consequences.
Externally the thickness of the composite egg-crate structure is fully expressed, with a re-entrance inset, approximately 300mm deep.
During a free-play segment, partygoers jumped on a trampoline, scrambled up a climbing wall and slid on slides before a break in the music heralded Eva's grand re-entrance.
Purple in particular is making a royal re-entrance in popular design.