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exacting especially about details

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The discussion affirmed that finically literate individuals make best choices and decisions regarding their financial matters; whereas, the situation of their counterparts (financially illiterates or financially less literates) appears to be otherwise.
(57.) "No doubt, early poets like Asvaghosa and Kalidasa do not entirely neglect effective narration, but the later Kavya attaches hardly any importance to the theme or story and depends almost exclusively on the appeal of art finically displayed in individual stanzas.
As a direct result of money being stolen from them, roughly one in ten elders who are finically exploited turn to Medicaid.
has taken a series of steps to boost its aid, finically and militarily, to the ailing nation.
Of importance is that the ownership of the Oil fields must be made clear and any Oil existing within what would be known as the territory of south Sudan would eventually become the property of South Sudan -- and there after we get to business the way the Jallaba says, "Eat as brothers and account as traders" Hopefully after the January 2011 referendum there would finically be no more United Sudan, but two separate countries - south Sudan and north Sudan, where ownership of assets are expected to be divided.
ISLAMABAD, March 25, 2010 (Frontier Star): National Assembly Standing Committee on Defence while expressing concern over increasing terrorist incidents has sought names of those countries, which are assisting terrorists and extremists finically and technically in different areas of the country, from Government.
ISLAMABAD, March 25, 2010 (Balochistan Times): National Assembly Standing Committee on Defence while expressing concern over increasing terrorist incidents has sought names of those countries, which are assisting terrorists and extremists finically and technically in different areas of the country, from Government.
Similar in its violent anti-Cromwellianism, its lively, if scurrilous, anecdotes, and its interspersed, learned Latin and Greek quotations, Heath's text, 172-73, comments briefly but tellingly on Elizabeth Cromwell, "who very frugally Huswived it, and would nicely and finically tax the expensive unthriftiness (as said she) of the Other Woman who lived there [in Whitehall] before her.
1101, 1116-17 (1927) (observing that the willingness of some courts to indulge the presumption that judges always weigh evidence in accordance with the law has meant that the trial judge is bound "somewhat less finically" by the evidence rules).
Some of them transformed between vanity sets and finically presented banana splits, suggesting that women should pay equal attention to the presentation of their faces and their food.
hospitals or private offices provide to those more finically secure