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entangled or hindered as if e.g. in mire

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The Ambassador briefed Prince Mired on the progress made by the Kingdom and all its governmental and private institutions in providing services and facilities for the convenience of pilgrims during the forthcoming Hajj season, which comes in implementation of the directives of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, and HRH the Crown Prince, to make every effort to provide the finest services to pilgrims.
Princess Mired was pleased to visit CNA-Q, in collaboration with Qatar Cancer Society, for a united front in the battle against cancer, according to a statement issued by CNA-Q on Thursday.
Her Royal Highness Dina Mired's visit to Kumasi shows the importance that the UICC attaches to Kumasi, which is the first city in Africa to be selected by the UICC as a key learning city for cancer control project.
In the Dail yesterday Fianna Fail leader Micheal Martin noted that the procurement process has been "mired in controversy".
The man was mired in financial difficulties and was involved in disputes with a number of men over money.
During his visit, Prince Mired is scheduled to call on the President and Prime Minister, and to meet with Secretaries to the Ministries of Defence and Resettlement, Commander of the Army, and officials in-charge of mine-clearance.
Muscat: Sayyid Saud bin Hilal Al Busaidi, Minister of State, Governor of Muscat received yesterday Princess Dina Mired Al Hussein, President of the Union for International Cancer Control (UICC) who is in the Sultanate to prepare for 2020 World Cancer Leaders Summit to be hosted by the Sultanate.
The Turkish central bank is said to be mired in political tensions following conflicting statements by politicians.
Jason Byrne, of Moorhouse, said: "The UK's transport sector is mired in uncertainty.
Preliminary investigations by the Internal Security Forces showed that Antoine Nawwar, 45, who killed himself at home, had been regularly consuming sedatives and was mired in financial difficulties
The ramifications of taking the country to war in Iraq remain today, with the justification for taking up arms mired in controversy.
Summary: Rabat - HRH Princess Lalla Salma, Chairwoman of the Lalla Salma Association for the Fight against Cancer (ALSC), accompanied by Princess Ghida Talal and Princess Dina Mired of Jordan, respectively Chairwoman and Director General of the King Hussein Cancer Foundation, launched Monday at the Rabat National Oncology Institute, the project Access to innovative medicine on the occasion of National Cancer Day.
The cheque was received by the Foundation's Director General, HRH Princes Dina Mired during a press conference held at Zain's headquarters yesterday.
"Mired in the Health Care Morass: An Alaskan Takes On America's Dysfunctional Medical System for his Uninsured Daughter" is the tale of accomplished author and geophysicist Neil Davis's fight against the American Health care system and how it is extorting Americans when they are at their most vulnerable--when they are ill themselves or deathly concerned for the well being of their loved ones.
Consider this from a newspaper story: "She realized she had been walking blindly through life, mired in a void." It's "mired in a void" that stops you.