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As I've mentioned, this is not being requested frivolously. If there's a law for us to collect a tax and then you don't give us the tools to do it, then it will be very difficult for us to do it,' Dominguez said.
Before Jacobsen Trusts, these individuals had to spend their income often frivolously in order to continue to qualify for government assistance.
This was an imperative call to make as previous governments misappropriated funds frivolously and for personal benefit at the cost of people's suffering.
A statement reads: "Hinduism is the oldest and third largest religion of the world with about 1.1 billion adherents and a rich philosophical thought and it should not be taken frivolously. Symbols of any faith, larger or smaller, should not be mishandled, Rajan Zed noted.
We ask, hastily, for things it is not in our power to grant, and we hope, frivolously, that the Great Someone is listening.
Oaks has for the third consecutive session introduced a bill that would "provide stronger oversight of taxpayer-funded programs, enact penalties for missing reporting deadlines, as well as require a comprehensive review of economic development programs and the tax code, and prohibit political contributions to appointing authorities."<br />Making it more difficult to spend taxpayer money frivolously or corruptly should be an obvious positive, no matter your party affiliation.
Could there be a better illustration of our criminal justice system, in thrall of a monolithic security paradigm, frivolously using the instrument of ATCs to try cases that fall outside their intended purpose and deliver disproportionate punishments?
Responding to the advocate's concern, Justice Nisar frivolously asked why Bukhari was 'jealous'.
That can be a hard lesson for some students, but the majority of them refrain from spending it frivolously. The myth of the overindulgent student, it appears, is loosening its grip.
"Subramaniam Swamy has the habit of talking frivolously. So whatever he says is of no importance.
"They gifted me money and I was able to frivolously spend that on my husband Simon and my young son Dan.
"We won't stand down as Donald Trump and his allies seek to frivolously obstruct the legal processes set up to ensure we have a&nbsp; voting system we can trust and that all votes have been counted," Stein had said in a statement on the event's Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/events/265327203870166/) page.
Whether a big life event forces us to save or we just realize we spend too frivolously, we all have moments in which we need to take a step back and reassess our spending.
However, the footballer said he felt it was unfair the woman was able to continue living frivolously while his reputation was put on the line.
However the footballer said he felt it was unfair that the woman was able to continue living frivolously while his reputation was put on the line.