The restoration of the previous practice will save millions of PTCL subscribers from unwanted hardships
ISLAMABAD -- Minister of State for National Health Services, Regulations and Coordination Saira Afzal Tarar on Tuesday informed the Senate that out of total 612, prices of only 177 medicines were allowed to increase under hardship
Are they going to accept the verdict of the tribunal or are they going to appeal, causing greater hardship
and distress for tenants.
111-148, also provides a wide range of other hardships
and taxpayer groups and circumstances qualifying for exemption (see "Tax Practice Corner: Calculating the Health Care Individual Mandate Penalty," Jan.
faced in childhood are often associated with health behaviors later in life, which can include smoking, depression, mood and sleep disturbances, and substance use and abuse, according to background information in the article.
He asserts that it was a true hardship
to be posted in Jerusalem.
Discretionary action may be obtained when development of a particular parcel of land would cause owner hardship
We assert that, for several reasons, the official poverty measure underrepresents the proportion of families experiencing income hardship
The video ends with a summary of the six scenarios including further discussion of undue hardships
to employers and their requirements under law to prevent employee harassment.
But this gives you no idea of the incredible planning, drama and hardship
involved in this feat.
Only those with valid medical or financial hardships
may be excused.
In 1:3-18) Paul uses many of the consolatory arguments: "the distinction between things that matter and those that do not" (1:9), misfortunes actually advance the things that really matter(1:12-18), "hardship
enhances one's reputation" (1:13) and makes one an example for others (1:14), and that one experiences joy in the middle of hardships