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At a rally on the Maes Cymdeithas yr Iaith said in many counties, the centres teach Welsh intensively to children who come from outside the area so they can study through the medium of Welsh in local schools.
Ibrahima Soce Fall, Assistant Director-General for Emergency Response at the World Health Organization (WHO), released a joint statement announcing that they are "working intensively" to halt any further spread.
We intensively prepare for the arrival of a new life to the family.
Airbus will intensively contribute to the next steps in finding a global standard for mission-critical multimedia group communication.
Episodes of severe hypoglycemia became less frequent over a period of 26 years in patients with type 1 diabetes whose glucose was initially intensively managed to a hemoglobin [A.sub.1c] target of 7%, but, conversely, these problems increased in patients who had been managed to a conventional target of 9%.
Ceska Zbrojovka, Czech Republic and Pakistan Ordnance Factories declared that they will intensively negotiate a delivery of complete technology for the production of small arms to Pakistan Ordnance Factories, POF.
Besides intensively targeting mosquitoes and other parasites in the period, mobile clinics were deployed in the country to cater to more than 80 per cent of the population living in rural areas.
THE Republic is working "urgently and intensively" to secure progress made by the peace process in the wake of the Brexit vote, the Taoiseach revealed yesterday.
Obviously, now we need to work intensively with Tata and with those buyers to get that list down to those who are really seriously intending to bid for the business.
"Boccia is a great, inclusive sport and this year our mixed teams trained intensively before school and at playtime.
NNA - Lebanese Forces head Samir Geagea explained that the Lebanese Army is present intensively in Arsal, indicating that "it's not acceptable to order the army how to defend the country." Geagea's fresh stance came Monday in the context of his meeting in Maarab with a delegation of Future MPs that included MP Ahmad Fatfat, MP Jamal Jarrah and others.
The BASF research team is continuing to work intensively on the development of caprolactam-based thermoplastic reactive systems.
Summary: Last month's interview with Bashar Assad in Foreign Affairs magazine was perhaps scrutinized less intensively than the subsequent news item about the interviewer who met the Syrian president in Damascus.
"We are now considering and very intensively working on creating a free trade zone [with the Eurasian Economic Union].
Wasta Rasool, chief of operations in south of Kirkuk said in a press statement today, "planes of the international coalition bombed, since last night and even this morning, sites of the Islamic State (IS) intensively within the limits of Hawija district and regions belong to it west and south of Kirkuk, killing and wounding nearly 100 terrorists.