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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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But after wasting an hour, we were told by an official that he had no authority to take any decision," a protestor told media.
Hundreds of protestors carrying sticks and stones in hands, vandalizing banks, shops and looting goods from a commercial plaza at Jaranwala road Faisalabad.
This cannot be allowed to happen to Sikh girls, or Christian or Hindu girls," said one protestor who refused to be named.
Anglican Bishop Bruce Stavert of Quebec, whose cathedral lay just inside the $2 million fence erected to keep protestors away, presented a letter from the Canadian Council of Churches to a special "civil society" meeting for non-governmental organizations (NGOs) hosted by the federal government.
In Seattle there were almost as many messages as protestors.
I was hoping the protestors could communicate [some important points], but it all seemed superficial and full of propaganda.
Another student, freshman Charmane Johnson, said a group of protestors also treated her aggressively.
Protestors declaring that they want to make a press statement
The source added that the minister of the Royal Office assured the protestors that many reforms will be implemented in the coming days, and their demands will be met.
By Thursday night, hundreds of people joined protestors who have been camping for the past three days to stand guard against the demolition of the park's walls and the uprooting of trees, in act of solidarity with activists after leaving their workplaces in the afternoon.
CAIRO: Hundreds of protestors in Tahrir Square said Monday that they will continue their sit-in until their demands of prosecuting ousted president Mubarak and his family and appointing a civil presidential council are met.
IBRI: Protestors went on a rampage and burnt government offices and building in Ibri yesterday after officials refused to listen to their demands, witnesses said.