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Hamadeh hailed the munificent British support and contributions to the education of Lebanese and displaced persons through the funding of the Ministry's program aimed at ensuring education for all children on Lebanese territory.
I look forward to your munificent donation for this common cause.The donation may be sent by way of Cheque / Demand Draft drawn in favour of "SIRC of ICAI" payable at Chennai along with the contact details of the donor/s for sending the official receipt from our end," the appeal reads.
University of Sindh is like our munificent mother and we its stakeholders are like extended family.
SIR RICHARD WALLACE EXHIBITION - THE LIFE AND LEGACY OF A MUNIFICENT MAN Date: Until December 2018 Time: 9.30am - 5pm (Monday to Saturday) Location: Irish Linen Centre and Lisburn Museum, Lisburn This exhibition traces Sir Richard Wallace's story and his contributions to Lisburn in the context of the times in which he lived.
To some, he writes, "beavers still appear more menacing than munificent." This book is an excellent antidote to that attitude.
The glamour-as well as its corollary inverse, the munificent sleaze of Cannes-is quite muted compared to the usual fare.
History will prove that Panamas establishment of diplomatic relations with China completely conforms to the fundamental and long-term interests of both countries, and will open up broader prospects for Panamas national development and bring more munificent welfares to the Panamanian people.
Dr Helmi Bodiman, deputy mayor of Garut, launched the project along with the donor and his brothers Ahmed Yousef al Mala, Yousef bin Ahmed Kawary, representing the Executive Director of Qatar Charity, Khaled Abdullah Yafee, operations director in the Executive Directory for QC operations and Khaled Hadramy, head of Munificent Relations at QC.
Most of the secondary tectonically induced and primary diagenetic opening and ruptures planes are interconnected and tenders proficient conduit lattice for munificent circulation offluids.
If he had lived in Northern Ireland or Wales his choice would be so much easier as students in those countries enjoy munificent loans that do not have to be repaid.
Housing the largest corpus of British art outside the United Kingdom, the centre was a gift 50 years ago of the munificent philanthropist, Paul Mellon.
At home, the KRCS provides a munificent hand to poor families, intensifying charity activities during feasts, and other religious and social occasions.
In munificent environments, the greater prevalence of resources makes it easier for entrepreneurs and existing firms to efficiently access resources needed.
Prices that appeared munificent in the 1970s have remained constant -- or even been reduced, in a few cases -- despite the eroding effects of income and inflation.
A summer whch at first looked in limbo - Gary Mills left, then magnificent, munificent Graham Wood announced plans to sell up - slowly settled down as the Bennetts bought out Wood for a quid, then Malcolm Crosby took the managerial reins.