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40, 000 and four day service suspension for not giving protocol to SP Sadder Rizwan Umar Gondal and charging full bill from him.
But as the news sank in, I felt much sadder than I usually do when celebrities pass away.
Mr Pattemore said he wanted to recapture some of his memories from a surprise 50th birthday trip to the desert nation which the late Loose Women presenter took him on nine years ago: "I've no doubt there'll be tears but with a bit of luck some of those happy, carefree memories will come flooding back to replace some of the sadder, more recent ones.
If we win, I am 10 times happier than them, and if we lose, I am 10 times sadder.
If you don't change things you're just going to get sadder and sadder and waste so many precious years of your life.
Even sadder are the third who say he would cease to find them attractive if he were to witness the dreadful deeds, such as plucking, moisturising, whitening teeth and generally fiddling about with themselves.
Washington, Sept 4 ( ANI ): A new study has found that people who stayed up for nearly a day and a half looked sadder and had more apparent wrinkles than when they were well-rested.
Pop music is getting sadder and sadder: A study published by the journal, Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity and the Arts, concluded that Top 40 hits since 1965 have become longer, slower and sadder, and they increasingly convey "mixed emotional cues.
CHAKWAL -- A wagon driver was murdered at village Murid in the area of Sadder Police Station between Friday and Saturday night.
Erol Rizaov stresses in Utrinski Vesnik that Macedonia has never had a sadder Easter.
Of women to talk to when out Someone tell him barmaids don't count Tells of a life of non-stop action Going to the toilet seems an attraction He's got an opinion for every subject That special empty the room side effect Social nightmare, they don't come sadder Than an evening with the blagger In every local pub, every local town No wonder the boozers are shutting down.
His friends start to make their own snuggly shells, but Harry grows sadder and sadder at the thought of such profound change.