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dismiss as insignificant

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As we prepared to land, we were all taken by surprise when we heard the landing safety officer (LSO) call out, "Five zero one, wave off, wave off
Muhammad Yaseen 3G is need of the hour and PTA had requested to the government to wave off PPRA rule for quick transaction of the 3G licensing.
Picture shirt helps rescue workers LAST year, American Garrett McNamara set a world record when he surfed a 90ft wave off the coast of Praia do Norte in Portugal.
We want our government should be there in the state and if it happens then the first thing we will do is that we will wave off the farmers loan up to rupees 50, 000 and girls education would be provided free of cost," he said.
He then claimed a picture on the front of the Irish Times of a surfer riding a huge wave off the Irish coast was "a wave of support for Labour and Eamon Gilmore".