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Fifth

A unit of liquid volume equivalent to one-fifth of one gallon. It is used in the sale of liquor.
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Fifthly, the council said that all southern governorates shall be represented by the council's leadership.
Fifthly, we're increasing the Living Alone allowance for older people and people with disabilities.
Fifthly, it can be assessed that the implementation phase is not envisioned during process formulation.
Fifthly, get out of Westminster and see what is happening around the country, particularly to young people.
Fifthly, in a bid to regularize the rights and obligations of the employees at the civil sector of the state and to control their appointments, promotions, performance of their jobs, obligations towards their jobs and in a bid to remain away from any act or behavior that may violate the civil service law while expressing their desires or claiming for benefits and other issues, His Majesty ordered to set up a committee from the different respective ministries to re-study the current civil service law and other career laws in force by the different civil system units that will apply the standard schedule to identify the deficiencies in practice, standardize them at a single civil service law that applies on all units that will implement the standard schedule.
Fifthly, the Qatari petroleum authorities imposed a ban on new gas productive projects from the North Field since 2005, until geological studies of the field are completed.
Fifthly: coordinating financial policy with the CBK's macroprudential policy to get rid of any contradictions between the two policies.
FIFTHLY AND VERY IMPORTANTLY, socio-cultural education IS A MUST.
Fifthly, many companies will need to refinance existing debt issues, particularly in the UAE.
Fifthly the overall fiscal deficit target of 4.7 percent is grossly unrealistic and Pakistan experience a large slippage in it.
Fifthly, water logging and salinity is increasing day by day.
Fifthly, at the summit convened by the Minister for Health and Family Services at Old Parliament House, Canberra on 16 October 1996 the Commonwealth government formally adopted the term 'complementary medicine' to collectively describe our practices and medicines.