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having important issues or results

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According to the statement, 'the Kaduna State Executive Council today approved that payment of the new national minimum wage and consequential adjustments to civil servants will begin from 1st September 2019.
Summary: Hyderabad (Telangana) [India], July 7 (ANI): Following Income Tax raids at business tycoon Rameshwar Rao Jupally's house and office, earlier this week, the construction firm My Home Group has stated that the searches were "secondary" and consequential to a search conducted on a Bengaluru-based real estate company.
'The honorable ombudswoman here, she went to the same experience and the link to that experience-which turned out to be consequential to us-was the communication that we sent to the [ICC],' he said.
The Minister said that it had become imperative that all employers of labour in the country should comply with the law which he said was a national law, adding that a committee was working out a new template for upward consequential adjustment for those already earning above N30,000.
I fail to understand how something as consequential as CNIC numbers can be published like this in a list on the FBR website.
Addressing delegates attending the UN Commission on Status of Women, she linked the attack to stereotyping, which she argued can be seriously consequential as it can lead to misperceptions, demonization and even violence.
"We need to make sure that consequential funding is given to Wales as a result of the UK government's announcement yesterday, and I have contacted Welsh Government to ensure that this will be the case," said the island's AM, Rhun ap Iorwerth.
McHenry now appeals, contending that the ALJ erred by failing to have a medical expert review a consequential MRI report, by not accounting for McHenry's mental or social limitations in her Residual Functional Capacity (RFC), and by discounting McHenry's credibility.
Daniel further warns that if oil prices remain around $45 per barrel, his estimate cuts may prove to be "too light", adding that the most "responsible strategic step for players within the well servicing sector would be the pursuit of industry consolidation" given that there is "really no hope for consequential improvement in financial returns."
Just like its feline forbearer, Old Toffer's Book of Consequential Dogs is a whimsical collection of observational poems about personkind's best friends.
But KRA, in an application on Wednesday, wants the Court of Appeal to set aside the ruling issued and the consequential orders be set aside and be substituted with a judgement dismissing the respondent application for conservatory orders.
Noticeably, this increased water flow in the rivers would not be due to monsoon rainfall but for a consequential factor resulting from the increasing temperatures resulting in the rapid melting of glaciers.
He said there was a need to initiate a political thought process on the issue and a national dialogue needed to be initiated on the impact and consequences of consequential constitutional amendments on the provinces and the Federation.
The Consumer Rights Act, which came into force for the rail industry in October 2016, means passengers can theoretically claim from consequential losses - additional expenses - above the price of the ticket when a train service is not provided with reasonable care and skill.