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Discuss criteria to use in seeking suitable throwaways.
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He alleged that Sharif brothers were planning to purchase the PIA at a throwaway price.
Islamabad, Nov 27 (ANI): Former Pakistan Petroleum Minister Usman Aminuddin has revealed that then President Pervez Musharraf and ex-Premier Shaukat Aziz had been forcing him to not to resist the British Petroleum (BP) deal for buying Occidental Petroleum' shares in Badin field, whose assets were being sold at a throwaway price in 2002.
Opening with lumpen rock and roll, the title track is a throwaway and Run, Diana Run possibly the worst song he has ever written.
He added: "We live in a throwaway society where ICT equipment is regularly discarded at the first sign of malfunction, or simply because a newer product becomes available; this situation is positively encouraged by manufacturers.
THE impact of "fast" throwaway fashion on the environment will be highlighted in a school's special shows.
THROWAWAY WORLD: TV presenter Rob Holdway, inset, gives a speech at Teesside University next week
In one study referenced by the National Network for Youth, 51% of runaway and throwaway youth reported physical abuse.