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Asked if it was a "throwaway thing", by Nick Johnson, QC, prosecuting, PC Steventon replied: "Taylor was persistent, addressing Neil Doyle.
The opposition Haryana Janhit Party had criticised the Congress for selling the land at throwaway prices.
Speaking of 'throwaway', also mentioned at the event was the problem of littering and the steps being taken to change behaviours.
He alleged that the Gujarat Government gave away 45000 acres land for a throwaway price to Adani, and said the land belonged to poor farmers.
Does the minister recognise the success of the taxation schemes in Ireland, in Northern Ireland and in Wales which have resulted in a 90% drop in plastic bags and have raised revenue to help deal with the environmental problems caused by these icons of a throwaway society?" she said.
Perhaps the Chicago Tribune reporter and author used his literary license; after all, Throwaway Girl is a novel.
In her book Throwaway Players: The Concussion Crisis, From Pee Wee Football to the NFL, former Tampa Bay Buccaneers President Gay Culverhouse reveals the dark side of football in America.
Like veiled women To hide their sorrows Rush to buy throwaway cameras To
One distinctly unhealthy and visible illustration of all four is the swelling flow of garbage associated with a throwaway economy.
Aside from a couple of throwaway tracks, this is slickly produced, radio- friendly AOR of the highest quality.
The show by the charity's Learning 4 Life training programme explores our "throwaway" society and the abundance of waste materials that we generate in our daily lives.