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In hacker parlance, this word has strong connotations of "annoying", or "difficult", or both. Hackers relish a challenge, and enjoy wringing all the irony possible out of the ancient Chinese curse "May you live in interesting times".
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along with some NATO allies and, interestingly, the Croatians themselves, have devoted substantial resources to the professionalization of the Croatian military since 1995.
However, approximately eight percent of the sample wrote that they thought they could not bring up religion in any way in a public school setting; interestingly, only about five percent of the sample shared that they would stress with their classes that followers of Islam are not terrorists.
Interestingly, Sansarian here is pointing to something that, I think, can be very useful in understanding the distinctiveness of Iran's post-revolutionary politics in general.
Interestingly enough, a similar change was subsequently adopted into the AICPA Governance report.
Interestingly, each of these financial planners talked to me about joining their company and helping me get the necessary education and credentials to function as a Certified Financial Planner Practitioner.
There were no lawsuits filed by the men, interestingly enough.
Interestingly, bared limbs were not necessarily as virtuous as bared breasts; over the centuries, the body has been sexualized and desexualized in many different ways.
Interestingly, the genetic basis for PIA production is present in an increasing number of microorganisms, including such pathogenic species as Yersinia pestis, the causative agent of plague.
Summary: "Klamek ji bo Beko", or "A Song for Beko" in English, is a Kurdish film released in 1992, was written and produced by Nizamettin Ari, who, interestingly enough, also plays the main character in the film- Beko.
While Dear's simply, beautifully written testaments to ancient and contemporary witnesses both teach and inspire, McNichols' moving, sometimes haunting icons offer a colorful window into the lives of exemplary (and, interestingly enough, often iconoclastic) individuals.
Interestingly, despite this rare magnanimity shown by the BCCI, the ticket controversy rages on, with only a handful of tickets available for the average cricket fan.
Summary: Interestingly, unemployment plummeted in January.