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Corin

the faithful shepherdess; called “the Virgin of the Grove.” [Br. Lit.: “The Faithful Shepherdess” in Brewer Handbook, 234]
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However, hopefully people who did not join PRSC may have joined their own local library.
9% would vote for PRSC candidate Eduardo Estrella, a former senator for Santiago and public works minister during the Balaguer administration.
The successive PRSC series has facilitated improvements in public sector capacity, greater efficiencies of public finance management, and improvements in the country s business environment.
Secretary PRSC Major Sardar Muhammad Sabir Durrani said that PRCS has planned to distribute relief goods among the flood-battered people in Loralai, Barkhan, Harnai, and Kohlu districts, adding so far we have distributed relief goods among 9000 such families of Sibi and Jafarabad districts.
PRSC candidate Eduardo Estrella is given 16% and President Hipolito Mejia, as the candidate for the ruling PRD, just 13% support.
Successive the PRSC series facilitated improvements in the capacity of the public sector, increased efficiency of public finance management, and improvements in the environment business at the country level .
Later, Chairperson PRSC accompanied by the PRSC Balochistan chapter chairman Sardar Naseer Khan Tareen Secretary PRSC Maj retired Sabir Khan Durrani and others visited the Sultan Kot and Tilli.
Some analysts believe that Balaguer's death leaves a political vacuum that could develop into a leadership crisis within the PRSC.
Analysts say that if Medina made it to the second round and were looking for PRSC support he might not get it, due to the party's disenchantment with PLD policies, and Mejia could win.
This tenth PRSC will continue to assist the Republic of Mozambique in improving its business climate and increasing transparency in the management of extractive industries; strengthening social protection; and enhancing public financial management.
By May 20, the Junta Central Electoral (JCE) had counted 96% of the votes and announced that PRD candidates had won Senate seats in 29 of 32 provinces and a majority of the local elections, while the PRSC had won in two and the PLD one.
The political reality in the Dominican Republic is that both the PLD and Balaguer's PRSC are minority parties compared to the PRD, and they can win only through alliances against the PRD during runoff elections.