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It was also decided that the question hour will be held from Monday 15th March, 2010 since the questions submitted by the MNAs had not fulfilled the mandatory notice period of 15-days.
Suddenly on 15th March, aged 70 years, Maurice Norman, dearly loved husband to Lilian, much loved brother to Duncan, much loved brotherinlaw and uncle.
Service and cremation at Saltwell Crematorium on Tuesday 15th March at 12.
Friends please meet for a Funeral Service and cremation at Saltwell Crematorium on Tuesday 15th March at 1.
Oswald's Hospice on Tuesday 15th March 2011, aged 85 years, Mattie, beloved wife of the late Billy, dearly loved mother of Loraine, Pauline and Stuart, motherinlaw or Robert, Catherine and Raymond, grandma of Mathew, Olivia, Christopher, Abigail and William, sister of Jack, Florence and the late Bert and Tom.
Friends please meet for service in Bradley Methodist Church on Tuesday 15th March at 10.
Peacefully in the Grange Nursing Home on Tuesday 15th March 2011, in her 100th year, Ethel, beloved wife of the late John, much loved mother of John and Lawrence.
This was from Monday 15th March to Friday 19th March.
Peacefully in hospital on 15th March 2010, aged 74 years, John, beloved husband of Betty, much loved dad of Keith, Garry and Treena, father-in-law to Margaret and Kevin.
Peacefully at home on 15th March, after an illness bravely borne, Vera, (nee Blenkinsopp), aged 76 years, beloved wife of Bill, loving mother of Billy, Lloyd and Neville, mother-in-law of Pam and Carol and a loving and devoted grandma.
Following the 15th March flight the aircraft now enters the final certification and qualification phase for this version of the A330 MRTT leading to contractual delivery later this year.
Students who do not receive the result intimation card upto 15th March, 2010 are advised to contact their nearest Regional Office or Superintendent (Result) Examinations in the main campus of University in Islamabad personally or on his Phone No.