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Protest

Instructions given to a collecting bank that drafts falling due for payment are to be formally presented to the drawee by a notary, who is to formally record any default.

Protest

An instruction to a collection agency to attempt to collect a certain portion of a default or other, unpaid sale.
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Devoid of patience, the protesters attempted to enter the ongoing session at the Punjab Assembly but they encountered batoncharging police officials who broke into a scuffle with the protesters.
Qatari-based news channel Al Jazeera reported that security forces fired live ammunition at the protesters.
Student protesters had threatened to surround or occupy government buildings if Mr Leung did not step down.
The clashes injured hundreds of protesters and police, but the deaths are likely to stoke anger and cause more people to join the protests and clashes.
The protesters marched from a downtown mosque to the headquarters of a militia originally from the city of Misrata that has a powerful presence in Tripoli.
Protesters from different UK cities and trade unionists occupied the hall while an austerity conference was held in the BT convention centre.
He says several protesters were also arrested and taken to unknown locations.
On Monday, three others were killed and nine others were injured when a mob of protesters was fired upon in Khanewal by private guards of another PML-Q parliamentarian and senior government advisor, Geo TV reported Tuesday.
Protesters help a wounded man during clashes with security forces in downtown Cairo
Dozens of people were injured yesterday in street clashes between army forces and anti-military protesters in central Cairo, according to medical sources and activists.
WASHINGTON, November 23, 2011 (TUR) - Wall Street protesters completed their 14-day march from New York to Washington despite cold and rainy weather.
EGYPTIAN doctors said last night that three people had been killed in a police and army assault to evict protesters at Cairo's central Tahrir Square.