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Law a person cited in divorce proceedings, who is alleged to have committed adultery with the respondent
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Here are interviews with and profiles of corespondents from media around the world, from Japan and Korea to the UK and Middle East.
Tarabotti has several female corespondents (some of whom, like Pighetti, have a connection to the literary world), but the majority of the remaining 247 missives are directed to male writers, members of the French diplomatic community in Venice (who, prohibited from interacting with Venetian aristocracy for fear of espionage, often turned to the convents for conversation (29)), leaders (including Cardinal Jules Mazarin of France and two doges of Venice), and a very few religious figures.
Secondly, despite the scarcity of social information in a Computer-Mediated Context, we found in this experiment that it is possible to create similarity between two corespondents in an e-mail interaction.
He was incredibly impassive and it is amazing to see how matter-of-fact war corespondents are.
If Beeb bosses had the first clue about what they were doing, they'd have realised that America's biggest, most influential networks deliver their news via corespondents in their 50s, 60s and 70s (most of whom aren't even vaguely attractive) for the simple reason that they're the very best at what they do.
Foreign corespondents in Tokyo came to dub the economic slump in Japan the 'invisible recession' because even at the peak, many shops and restaurants were still bustling.
By ALEX RICHARDSON and HELEN WILLIAM Special Corespondents Former Chief Medical Officer Sir Kenneth Calman yesterday said official advice during the early 1990s that British beef was "safe" to eat had not meant it posed no possible risk to human health.
10 Press Office would have the day to day responsibility of briefing the London based lobby corespondents and dealing with small-scale firefighting as conflicts arise.
Perhaps a rather more unusual form of harassment that has taken place occurred to the corespondents of The Independent, John Carlin, and a BBC producer, John Drury.
Fielding questions from State House corespondents after a meeting with President Muhammadu Buhari on Friday, he stressed the need for members of communities to leave together in peace and harmony.
The BOC is seeking the filing of violations of Republic Act (RA) 10863 (Customs Modernization and Tariff Act) in relation to RA 9165 (Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act) against Tan and his corespondents.