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Work was under way at the time to also rename intersections in Dubai Investment Park, Jebel Ali Industrial Area, Nad Al Sheba 2,4 and Oud Muteena 1,2.
Crescenz Act, to rename the Philadelphia VA medical center in honor of Cpl Crescenz.
The transportation com- mission then shifted course, saying it would instead rename the highway Randy Pap Beltline, spend just $1,500 upfront to replace one sign at each end of the freeway, and replace the rest of the signs as they wore out.
According to reports in Pakistani dailies, the laws of the country say that to rename a province like the NWFP, the nationalist ANP needs two-thirds majority in both the NA and Senate for a constitutional amendment.
A government proposal to rename the international airport in Managua, Nicaragua has been rejected by the country's leftist Sandinista Front.
According to the UK-based web site redirection company Rename, businesses should protect their sites by having duplicate copies of the site at different addresses, registered with different Internet Service Providers.
Lane County Commissioner Rob Handy says the Oregon Transportation Commission should drop its plans to rename Belt Line Road as the Randy Pap Beltline and initiate a public process to find a more suitable way to honor the late Eugene businessman.
Fehmida Mirza on Thursday announced to rename the Committee Room No.
Whose brilliant idea was it to rename the Reseda post the ``John Wooden Post Office?
One sailor said: "There is an age-old superstition that you should never rename a boat as it's bad luck.
School officials want to rename most of their buildings, now known only by letters of the alphabet.
After all, the Springfield City Council's low-key 4-1 vote this week to name the yet-to-be-built Pioneer Parkway extension was free of the controversy and commotion that surrounded the Eugene council's gut-wrenching, flip-flopping, community-dividing process that culminated in last month's decision to rename Centennial Boulevard in honor of the slain civil rights leader.
The PML President was of the view that due to the skyrocketing prices, the people were committing suicides while the rulers were fuelling Renaming Phobia and was suggesting top rename every building and provinces.
Sunday's ceremony to rename the post office for Ashcraft was held on what would have been his 26th birthday.
If the problems were indeed as glaring as he claims, then the council should have changed them early on and not at the end, when doing so made it appear that councilors were, in fact, rejecting the final recommendation to rename Centennial and not a skewed process.