design and construction will be financed by Transneft by means of the long-term tariff to be paid by Rosneft under the Agreement.
The Indian offshoot
has a domestic operator's licence and is not allowed to fly overseas from India.
Yemeni security services have repeatedly blamed militants of the Yemen-based al-Qaeda offshoot
for a series of assassination attacks, mostly in the country's Southern regions.
And according to Redcar musician and co-organiser of the Redcar offshoot
, Bob Fortune, it went so well, the experiment may be repeated.
In Jordan, reformists in the group's offshoot
, led by Ruhail Gharaybeh and Nabil Koufahi, call for a constitutional monarchy in the kingdom and urge the group to join ranks with other groups in one comprehensive political reform program," he wrote in AL HAYAT.
With Hamas being EMB's fighting offshoot
and now ruling the Gaza Strip, HuT is increasingly more active in the multi-ethnic and impoverished Fergana Valley, which spills across the borders of Uzbekistan, Tadjikistan, and Kyrgyzstan.
Brought together by bassist Simon Fell, The Offshoot
is a spin-off from a BBC commission for the Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival.
What they found among members of the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints--an offshoot
of Mormonism--was a culture of "widespread sexual abuse and child exploitation" in which "girls as young as 13 are forced into marriage.
Rare Bar & Grill, 228 Bleecker Street at Sixth Avenue, in the West Village is an offshoot
of the original Murray Hill burger joint located inside the Shelburne Hotel, and has recreated the tavern decor.
The DLA was an offshoot
of my dissertation 'The Agona Duakwa Project: A Case Study,' and it was later founded as a grassroots effort to bring computer and traditional literacy together for the people of Agona Duakwa and the Central Region" says Dr.
IN NOVEMBER the nonprofit group One Laptop per Child, an offshoot
of MIT's Media Laboratory, unveiled a prototype of a $100 laptop meant for underprivileged kids in remote parts of the developing world.
This is why her work went well beyond the rather narrow confines of the Poesia Visiva (visual poetry) movement, which was particularly active in the '60s and '70s in Florence, where she lived, and which could be defined as an offshoot
of Conceptual art, often employed in Dadaist fashion, with certain ideological/political overtones.