Another reason many suffer unknowingly
can be blamed on cultural ideas of what constitutes good sleep.
[The children unknowingly
are recruited and become combatants, fighters of the NPA.]
Hsu, director general of the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Toronto, said that international drug syndicates have been enticing innocent travelers with monetary rewards to transport drugs unknowingly
, citing the CBSA alert.
Det Insp George Bardell, of Kirklees CID, said: "While medical tests to determine the exact cause of the illness remain ongoing, due to information received, officers believe the three persons may have unknowingly
come into contact with a potential illegal substance in the household." A witness described seeing the two boys laid out on the floor in front of the house as emergency services surrounded the property.
He said: "People need to take extra caution when holidaying with children who don't share their surname as they could unknowingly
end up embroiled in a child abduction case, be refused past check-in, or turned away at border control.
"So many actors, technicians and camera men are emerging and if you are hardworking and an optimist in today's time you will find work." Kher is currently working on his new book "Lessons Life Taught Me Unknowingly
", to be released next April.
But even if the estimate, which dates to 2005, is correct, the ratio will offer little comfort to that one in 5,000-plus patients wheeled back to their hospital rooms for postoperative recovery with a surgical sponge unintentionally and unknowingly
retained at wound closure.
The greatest hepatitis C burden falls on Baby Boomers--individuals born from 1945 to 1965--many of whom have unknowingly
been living with the infection for many years.
TWO men arrested in Houston, Texas, have been accused of stealing an iPad and using it to take selfies that they unknowingly
uploaded to the owner's iCloud account.
The 60-second film is about a child who lives with his family and how each family member unknowingly
encourages him towards a life of violence.