state of affairs


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Perhaps it is the time ripe for the Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to revisit state of affairs and let the nominate the foreign minister who could take care of foreign office functions and could eliminate the doubts prevailing about the external office performance since long.
Generally, states of affairs are independent from one another just in case no state of affairs entails either the existence or the non-existence of any distinct state of affairs.
The Egyptian leader later heads to the UAE where he is also to hold talks with President Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al-Nuhayyan on bilateral relations and regional and international state of affairs.
I am sure everyone concerned in this sorry state of affairs would welcome Mr McGinnity's valuable time and effort.
Charbel promised to work on bettering the state of affairs in jails.
Whereas affirmative judgments typically designate some positive state of affairs, negative judgments can be regarded as denying that designation or affirming the opposite state of affairs.
The columnist concluded by stating that the state of affairs between Palestinians was "illogical," adding that the sooner the two main factions came to an agreement the better the future would be for "the people of Palestine.
The state of affairs "out there" must be bad, because even inside the federal prison system, which is where I've lived since 1988, the state of affairs has deteriorated: fewer jobs, too many prisoners, higher prices on commissary items, less food.
2 : a state of affairs that is urgent or difficult <We have a situation to deal with.
In Chapter 4, the idea of a state of affairs is applied in order to try to specify what makes a category an ontological category.
Even if such a state of affairs did exist, every Arab country has plenty to jeopardize if it aligned itself with a desperate Arab country.
Thanks again for the best piece I have read on a very sorry state of affairs.
In the Bible shalom means universal flourishing, wholeness, and delight--a rich state of affairs in which natural needs are satisfied and natural gifts are fruitfully employed, a state of affairs that inspires joyful wonder as its Creator and Savior opens doors and welcomes the creatures in whom he delights.
The current sorry state of affairs in Italy perhaps best illustrates how the line of distinction between large emerging market economies and developed market economies is becoming increasingly blurred.