Kate Bennett, national director for the EHRC in Wales, said: "I think it's very worrying if the gains that have been achieved over the past 50 years are now beginning to erode
Beside Raja, the mayor of Erode
municipality Kumar Murugesh, and two other functionaries O C Vishwanathan and Rajendran were arrested from Erode
I have never forgotten how the deprivation of work erodes
human beings, those not working and those related to them," he writes.
By the same token, ignoring these signs can result in strategic and facility planning that frustrates participants, delays needed decisions, and erodes
As to how the Alps erode
at the same speed that they rise, von Blanckenburg said, "Here pure upthrusting forces are at work.
Coastal geomorphologist Dr Peter Cowell has suggested planners all over the world have underestimated the extend to which beaches could erode
when global warming raises sea levels.
21, the 32-acre airport property began to erode
and emergency crews began working with a convoy of dump trucks to build a diversion jetty with rocks and concrete.
But as storm surges tear up marshes and sediment gets swept away, these natural barriers erode
If left unchecked, congestion will erode
New Jersey's competitive advantage by obstructing the movement of people and goods, .
Private plans, vouchers, and other alternatives to the current Medicare system would also erode
public support for Medicare, and threaten the quality of care.
The supposition that high rates erode
the tax base depends on the willingness of individuals to forgo income rather than pay taxes on their extra effort.
Brands' (NYSE: YUM) ecoli outbreak continues to erode
the company's EPS.