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Moreover, in 2017-18, Rs 70.27 million had been allocated for miscellaneous expenditure and budget of Rs 10 million was allocated in the capacity of supplementary grant.
Moreover, Javid Iqbal Bokhari appointed as member board revenue, Mohammad Jahanzeb appointed as Managing Director PEPRA, Mohammad Naeem Ghous as additional secretary Chief Minister Secretariat.
Moreover, even it is not mentioned in the SRO that only tertiary care hospitals can import such medicines.
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Moreover, the first hantavirus characterized in South America was SEOV, isolated as long ago as 1984 from a rat caught in Belem (7).
Moreover, contracts among affiliates or joint venturers must be renegotiated to comply with the rules; in some cases, government approval may be required for these agreements.
Moreover, the UCSF study found that African-Americans were diagnosed faster--one year from onset of symptoms to diagnosis, versus two years from onset to diagnosis for white Americans.
Moreover, concern over the preservation of the dynasty as relating to the role played by the ruler, raised the urgency for educating the princes, especially after the reign of Wudi (r.
Bishop Jakes is a dynamic pastor and businessman who leads not only from the pulpit but moreover, through seminars, classes, and forums held locally.
Moreover, when the researchers turned off the carbon dioxide, heated the liquid, and bubbled in air, nitrogen, or argon, the chemicals reverted to their nonsurfactant forms.
Moreover, when students learn the value of other disciplines to sociology, they also learn what sociology offers in return.
Moreover, traditional religions in general have tended historically to scorn homosexuality or, at best, tolerate it, while the naturalistic, reason-based worldview of Humanism sees homosexuality in its accurate perspective--as a natural orientation that should be accepted as part of the ordinary social order.
Moreover, immediately following a significant event, the company retains its exposure base, and subsequent events can occur prior to the implementation of any risk mitigation strategies.
George Orwell had this sort of irony in mind when, almost sixty years ago, he argued that the word "democracy" had become meaningless, and, moreover, that its very meaninglessness was what made it so useful.
Moreover, as a member of the Atlanta-based Commission on Interracial Cooperation (1919-1944) and later the Southern Regional Council (1944-1946), he was influential in attempting to change public perceptions of Blacks and their treatment through empirical research about Black life and the dissemination of the findings to the public.