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Marouni said that all facts imply that the domestic and regional situation demands forming a salvation cabinet of all Lebanese parties to confront any unfortunate incident that might fall upon Lebanon and the regional scene.
Even as the banking secretary was silent about the contents of the proposed bill, which is likely to be tabled in Parliament in the winter session, sources said the mandate to regulate MFIs could fall upon Nabard.
amp; we three fall upon the struts & joists, we beat back &
Pray for this welcome rain to fall upon your life, your neighbourhood and your nation.
With Loucks and Hassan missing, much will fall upon the shoulders of Holyhead's talented Tara Davies, the current order of merit leader and second-placed Rhian Wyn Thomas, who hails from the Vale of Glamorgan.
At a time of economic stress, when the Government has had to borrow very large sums of money to keep the economy going, the repayment of which will fall upon the taxpayer, how happy would taxpayers be if they knew about this additional burden?
Despite claims that the wealthy will lift Britain out of this recession, this burden will once more fall upon the shoulders of Britain's lowest earners who have yet to be compensated for last year's smash and grab.
MUCH of the spotlight will fall upon Angel Cabrera in this week's Quail Hollow Championship in Charlotte and the shy Argentinian may struggle to perform at his best.
The 46-year-old 'Ghost' star, who has three kids from ex-hubby Bruce Willis, said that she and 16-year-younger hubby would be more than happy should the chance of another baby fall upon their lap.
In tonight's season climax, Melinda asks the mayor to cancel a memorial service for children who died in a plane crash - but her appeals fall upon deaf ears.