The opposition fears a turnabout
in Veles as it happened in 2009.
WINNIPEG -- Turnabout
, Canada's only provincewide pilot project for children under 12 who come into conflict with the law will be permanent, Attorney General Gord Mackintosh and Healthy Living Minister Jim Rondeau announced.
When it comes to propaganda, it appears that turnabout
is fair play.
The midyear turnabout
will leave total 2003 sales off 1.
FPI didn't explain the turnabout
, but there had been reports of mass protests by fishermen, and the industry was said by the Canadian press to remain in turmoil.
In a turnabout
from its usual free-market policies, the Bush administration backed the bill.
is fair play for Mikron Woodworking Machinery Inc.
Some of the thanks for this turnabout
can go to the pop star Bono, who did not give up on the present US administration and went to meet some of the right-wing Republicans as Christian to Christian.
But a new study of Helicoverpa zea caterpillars represents the first example of a turnabout
, says one of its authors, May R.
In an unusual turnabout
, people in developed countries are more affected than those in poorer nations.
For the turnabout
, Canal Barge and Osprey Lines will gather 77 barges together.
What caused the turnabout
has never been fully explained, though The Baltimore Sun notes that Hamilton's generally positive outlook on the school is tempered by her view that it "evolved into an institution of the establishment" and quietly abandoned some of its earlier ideals about the education of women.
The new Penn State process uses low temperatures and pressure to remove organic sulfur, a turnabout
from traditional approaches that use high temperatures and hydrogen gas.
The dramatic turnabout
propelled him to Howard University.
In a 180 [degrees] turnabout
, lyrics are included in the CD booklet.