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The governments of Pakistan and China have mutually agreed to postpone the state visit of Chinese President Xi Jingping to Pakistan in view of the current political situation in Pakistan.
While some dating websites (many in fact) are looking to match adults for a long term relationship (as in marriage) as the ultimate goal, Mutually Discreet recognizes that there are many different reasons for wanting to connect with someone.
He further said both countries have mutually agreed to have peaceful borders and agreed to sort out issues with time.
The IRS National Office concluded that the taxpayer's first option of maintaining the status quo was mutually exclusive but that not much of the cost at issue was attributable to that option.
Here, participant reflections shift slowly from seeking first to have one's perspective accepted as a condition for mutuality toward being able to balance differences and commonalities in perspective as mutually useful tools enriching professional thinking.
In fact, she adds, poll results showed that trust and compatibility are the most crucial factors in creating mutually beneficial, lasting relationships.
Pakistan and India are already laying the radioactive foundation for their regional version of mutually assured destruction.
I'm glad to have learned that we could reach a mutually agreeable compromise that works for the MWD, and works for the community.
The major problem with age related categories is that they are not mutually exclusive, therefore people may take on behaviors generally thought to be in one age category while chronologically being in another age, or they may lack distinguishing characteristics in one category as their age increases.
Teamwork displayed on the mission is an example of the mutually beneficial relationship that exists between SDDC and the 7th Transportation Group at Fort Eustis, said Col.
is mutually dependent upon the others for achieving its essential security needs.
The goal is to uncover strategies for making each customer more valuable while ensuring a lasting, mutually beneficial relationship.