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great agitation and anxiety caused by the expectation or the realization of danger

a seizing and holding by law

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But all such apprehensions and predictions proved false, and despite his disqualification as the prime minister and later his ouster from the party's office of president by the Supreme Court verdict, Nawaz Sharif has successfully kept the party united and managed to win slightly more seats in the Senate than their stipulated strength in the assemblies due to better management and cooperation with allies.
Meanwhile, 364 private vehicles and 140 buses were tracked violating the policy under the 'No Contact' apprehension of the agency.
The number of successful illegal entries can then be estimated by combining the probability of apprehension estimate with the number of apprehensions in a simple mathematical formula.
He also raised apprehension on hiring of a legal firm in London by JIT to investigate London flats property owned by Sharif family.
The latest figures continue a trend we reported about in March, when we cited a March 8 statement from DHS Secretary John Kelly noting that CBP had released data showing a 40-percent drop in apprehensions of illegal immigrants from January to February.
Street cameras used under the no-contact apprehension system of the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) caught the first violators of the Anti-Distracted Driving Act.
Though the Rio Grande Valley is the epicenter of the problem, the figures show that every Border Patrol sector in Texas saw at least a double-digit percentage increase in apprehensions in 2016.
A notable case was the apprehension of four illegal boats carrying hundreds of illegally-harvested giant clams and sea cucumbers in Northern Australia in 2014.
There were 7,259 more crossings and apprehensions last month compared to February, and 4,452 of the 33,335 apprehensions were members of families crossing together, the agency reported.
This operation is part of series of operations being conducted in settled areas throughout the country for apprehension of all deserter terrorists of Zar-e-Azab.
Apprehensions & Convictions: Adventures of a 50-Year-Old Rookie Cop provides a memoir of Mark Johnson's second career as a cop, when he left the United Way at age fifty to become the oldest rookie cop in the Mobile, Alabama police department.
We continue to report increases in apprehensions and recovery dollars year after year," says Mark Doyle, president of Jack L.
Border Patrol (USBP), the number of illegal alien (1) apprehensions (2) between southern ports of entry (POE) (3) in the United States has generally declined from about 1.
Global Banking News-December 31, 2013--Draghi says German apprehensions over eurozone are misplaced
We did not react to it as the very heading 'Baseless' is provocating and insulting, even without knowing what are our apprehensions, doubts, and objections (sic).