Neither acted with sufficient integrity and speed to avert diaster
The Skelmersdale-based firm had come under fire from campaigners who said it had been slow to contribute to a relief fund for victims of the Rana Plaza diaster
in April 2013.
BRITONS donated more than PS73 million in a month for the victims of Phillippines diaster
Colonel Mohammad Ali Al Dallal, senior identification manager said: "Many might wonder why the Diaster
Victim Identification [DVI] unit has been set up here with no disasters or major events leading to mass casualties.
The book's admiration for Knox as political theologian has to go with a frank and well handled admission of the political diaster
which, in a much misunderstood way, has distorted the reformer's subsequent reputation.
Until its own policies weakened broad-based public support for military spending and led it to political diaster
, the Reagan administration was never interested in improving relations with the Soviet Union.
But scientists know too little about the mountain to prepare adequately for a future diaster
, according to a report released this week by the National Research Council (NRC).
The evening relaunch, de Valera conceded, "proved to be a diaster
. We lost sales."
Certainly, it would spell diaster
for the whole best-system approach if it could be shown, as Lewis claims (1983, p.
From the Corsican city of Bastia comes proof that the diaster
at a sports stadium, which killed fifteen and injured more than a thousand, was the result of sordid pecuniary calculations.
A contaminant found in an end-product is a diaster
from all points of view but now Holgran Ltd are busy launching a new service designed to help manufacturers with the integrity of their products.