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It is my request for this work to be carried out which I now recognise could be interpreted as a discussion and that would make my reply to the select committee factually inaccurate," Mr Byers said.
The factually guilty defendant, however, insofar as he seeks to enforce the public interest by obtaining exemption from punishment, is a most improbable and inadequate representative of the public interest.
The Chairman Senate reiterated that the Senate of Pakistan; House of the Federation, will go to great lengths to ensure that youth of Pakistan should not be injected with the factually and historically incorrect information as it is an attempt to expose the country to future uncertainty and discontinuity in the democratic process.
The Chairman Senate deplored the insulting and factually distorted definition of Baloch, who are pride of Pakistan and reiterated that the Senate of Pakistan; House of the Federation, will make every endeavour to ensure that youth of Pakistan should not be injected with the factually and historically incorrect information as it is an attempt to expose the country to future uncertainty and discontinuity in the democratic process.
It does not contain anything that is factually incorrect," he said.
It is clarified that the statements attributed to Shri Vikram Srivastava, DG, ITBP are factually incorrect.
She claimed it attacked her work as an MP, expressed the views of council officers and was factually inaccurate.
We want kids to know what factually happened as much as we know and to counsel kids who have trouble,'' Palmdale School District Superintendent Jack Gyves said.
Many exchange parking arrangements are conducted much less formally, and the less formal structures are factually distinguishable from both the safe harbor and the new ruling.
Rasmussen were 'related,' a factually incorrect determination that the newspaper continuously published to advance its own agenda to Rasmussen's detriment.
Firstly, I hate the way people think they can get away with spouting any old load of factually incorrect nonsense they want as long as they say "arguably" before it.
However, these cases differed factually from the case at hand; they involved situations in which the consents were signed by taxpayers rather than their representatives.
The firm responded that although it has not seen the actual complaint, "the reported allegations made to the European Commission are factually inaccurate and legally meritless.
CORRECTIONS we have published anything factually inaccurate, please contact the readers' editor on 0141 309 3454, by email at readerseditor@dailyrecord.
A labour campaign leaflet branded 'shocking' by race equality leaders is also factually wrong, opponents have insisted.