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Em

A unit of length used in printing. An em is one-sixth of an inch. It is also called a pica.
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Pakistan's story is one of tenacity and persistence in dealing with the aftermath of the creation of a new country and moving from a position of weakness in terms of an absence of the institutions of state mdash administrative (executive), political (parliament) and legal (judiciary) mdash to successfully developing and consolidating them for the rigorous needs of a modern state.
class="MsoNormalThe Code Burt Award for African Young Adult Literature was established by CODE mdash a Canadian charitable organisation that has been advancing literacy and learning for more than 59 years mdash in collaboration with the Literacy Prizes Foundation.
If manifestos mdash the ones produced for this election and the ones for previous polls mdash were a measure of the future, then Pakistani women would have plenty of reasons to revel and rejoice.
class="MsoNormalFixing this internal connectivity problem mdash through roads and railways across the hinterland mdash will unleash the latent productivity of a continent already incredibly rich in natural resources.
Women in the public domain mdash politicians especially, have it worse.
They deserved their win, conjured early in the first-half when the excellent Youri Tielemans found the mercurial Januzaj, who bamboozled Danny Rose mdash if it had been Ashley Young playing, you can imagine what would have been said mdash before lashing the ball smartly past Pickford.
class="MsoNormalThe dilemma mdash which he does not fully grasp mdash is that many of the senior officials in his own administration are working diligently from within to frustrate parts of his agenda and his worst inclinations.
The heinous nature of the crime had seen immediate riots break out in Kasur mdash in which two people were killed mdash while #JusticeforZainab became a rallying cry for an end to violence against children.
TheDaily Mailreport refers to the Avenfield properties mdash on which one of the references filed by the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) against the Sharif family is based.
figure By MICHAEL MUGWANG'A Two Iranian men mdashAhmad Abolfathi Mohammad and Sayed Mansour Mousavi mdash were arrested in Kenya five years ago on suspicion that they were in the country to direct a major terrorism plot.They were arraigned before Magistrate Kiarie Waweru Kiarie and subsequently sentenced to life in prison and additional sentences of 15 and 10 years in jail for lesser charges.
The eight mdash six Afghans and two Pakistanis mdash allegedly robbed the four near the border, stabbing the 29-year-old in the process.
Identified as Kamran, Abdul Rauf, Kaiftan, and Irshad mdash with aliases Huzaifa, Abu Rizwan, Kifayat, and Zakariya, respectively mdash as per CTD in-charge Chaudhry Safdar, the four alleged terrorists were rounded up during raids conducted in SITE area and near University Road.