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Brit (in certain schools) a class or form, esp one for children of about 14 years, designed to introduce them to the greater responsibilities of a more senior position in the school
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CDA officials told Dawn that besides removing debris from Kashmir Highway, the high-ups should also pay heed to another important issue of throwing the debris on greenbelts near nullahs by private contractors in various areas of city, particularly in I-8 and H-8.
The authority, on this occasion, cleared parking area of a cellular company's head office by removing and demolishing a barrier, two security guard cabins at southern entrance point, barbed wire fence along with planters erected at eastern, southern and northern side, entry point at northern side, two barriers, a guard post at northern side, revolving gate at northern entry point, security clearance point setup, portable washroom setup and security cabin at western corner.
A bench comprising Justice Mushir Alam and Justice Qazi Faez Isa took strong exception to the officials for issuing a permit to the PPP leader to travel abroad, instead of removing his name from the no-fly list.
Removing the sear pin removes both the sear and trigger.
As rule, if you can rock any of the components on a surface plate more than 0.005 in., then it is time for a "dusting"--i.e., grinding the surface just enough to flatten it, removing high spots or hobbed/pitted areas.
A federal appeals court has barred New York City police from removing homeless people who sleep on the steps of a church.
(6.5 kg) of metal while the other ceramic belt removed the gates on 74 parts, removing 5.5 lbs.
Chap 4 says all unmanned weapon systems installed in tanks, vehicles or aircraft are to be made inoperable by removing the barrel or other essential firing component.
There are several methods for removing inorganic arsenic from water.
It has created a national memorial which recognizes as 'cruel and misguided' the policy of removing Aboriginal children from their families in an attempt to assimilate them into Western culture.
Water filters can be highly effective in removing contaminants, and many cost pennies a day to operate.