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Second

1. See: Second mortgage.

2. See: Second round.
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If within hundred days plan of PTI Government, patients' significant number moves from private to public hospitals, secondly, students substantial number moves from the private to public education institutions, this mobility would surely lead us to believe of having Naya Pakistan is in the making.
Secondly, people should be motivated and increment should be awarded if the working burden is going high.
Secondly, back in January of this year, Labour voted with the Tories backing Tory Chancellor George Osborne's government's new Charter for Budget Responsibility allowing the Tories to carry on with their plans of further cuts.
Secondly I wish to thank Leanne Littlewood, Phil Douglas, Dave Allan and Naveed Hussain, the current chair, along with my colleagues on the whole Mela Management Committee for their kind consideration and nominating me for the Teesside Hero Award.
Secondly, pictures of the suicide bomber reveal that the attack was sponsored by Jabhat al-Nusra, an affiliate of al-Qaeda.
Secondly, you get to have sex like a single person again.
Secondly, I find it a little disingenuous for him to say only pick players who stay in Wales.
Secondly, he disputes that the city's finances were hobbled by these off balance sheet loans.
This vote will be "crucial," said Rehn, adding that its outcome will determine two things: firstly allocation of further financial aid to Athens by the eurozone and the IMF, and secondly the possible grant of EU aid to boost the Greek economy.
Secondly, melting of glaciers increases the flow of water in rivers and dams filled up.
ERIC Firth's misleading letter supporting the European Union ("Plugging the Euro gap," May 16) is based on two premises; firstly, his claim that about 4m jobs depend upon the EU and, secondly, that Britain would "lose" pounds 100bn a year in trade.
Secondly, the Pope came on a pastoral visit to encourage the small 33,000 Catholic diaspora living among 72 million Muslims and at the same time, plead for a proper recognition of their rights and freedoms.