sustenance


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The government has not clarified about the sustenance of the victims," Ghulam Nabi Azad said, in a press conference here.
On the off chance that you are conceding or not, consumable sustenance things can prompts the human practices.
In order to facilitate sustenance of a health behavior there are also three constructs.
Vice Chancellor UAF, Prof Dr Iqrar Ahmad Khan while addressing on the occasion said, UAF was taking all measures to outfit the students with the aptitudes of business combined with cutting edge advances so they get to be future agriculturists to meet the difficulties of sustenance and employment creation".
The Trust participates in programmes supporting child education and care, as well as sustenance schemes, and psycho-social support," the Breweries said.
He even went to the extent of blaming the Center for failure to formulate a policy to provide sustenance for the Naga outfits.
That amount will meet national market needs for no less than three months, and stocks kept by wheat traders will provide two months of added sustenance, ministry sources said
In the Deuteronomy passage, the Israelite is encouraged to offer sacrifice, not because the harvest has been good and there is a plenitude of food, but because the Lord has brought him and his ancestor out of bondage in Egypt and into the land that has provided for his or her sustenance.
He said that newspaper is the only industry from where most of local Pashtoon and Balochs have been getting their sustenance and imposing restriction on the supply of advertisement to the genuine newspaper means snatching sustenance from the employees working there.
JESUS' INSISTENCE THAT he alone be our source of strength and sustenance was simply too much for some: "Because of this many of his disciples turned back and no longer went about with him" (John 6:66).
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As food supplies dwindle, a bartender in a ward forces other patients to trade personal belongings for sustenance.
You can go to the local PetSmart and find food for dogs, cats, iguanas, llamas, boa constrictors, stoats, goats, and tarantulas, but they've got nothing to give sustenance (Do you remember Sylvester the cat saying "sustenance"?
Surely it is scandalous a British company - via a local subsidiary - is providing financial support and sustenance to this brutal regime and to key figures within it?
Despite discouraging conditions in schools and lack of public support, many K12 educators have learned to look within themselves for sustenance instead of waiting for someone to supply it.