Ragragio was the general manager of the Philippine National Railways until he was unceremoniously and iniquitously
fired in September 2013.
It is within this political and legal historical context that the widow of Arthur Barros Basto, Lea Monteiro Barros Basto Azancot, on March 7, 1975, made a request addressed to the president of the republic, General Costa Gomes, asking him to do justice to the memory of her deceased husband "to promote social rehabilitation and reintegration, nullifying the deplorable case which had been organized and the sentence of separation so iniquitously
ordered complied with by the minister Santos Costa."
Boxing has been disparaged recently following an ugly affray involving British heavyweight boxers David Haye and Dereck Chisora, but Khan, who is a British as well, believes boxing is been iniquitously
British Industries in Which Children Are Iniquitously
The recently negotiated police pay offer was iniquitously
staggered by this same Labour (it once stood for socialist!) Government to save a paltry pounds 30m of taxpayers' money, which pales into insignificance when compared to the vast billions lavished on Northern Rock.
However, if they do, this plus the iniquitously
unfair gambling commission fees, will have reduced the amount available for the levy.
"If you look at prescription charges or charges for dental care, those charges are arguably iniquitously
applied," said Dr Crayford.
Yet the distribution of wealth in football is so iniquitously
uneven that Southampton have no chance of gate-crashing the elite group at the top of the table and no chance of winning anything.