Highwealth is expected to mete
out six to seven months of basic pay for the combination of year-end and performance bonus.
Following her discharge, Ms B and Mete
stayed in contact and a month later, following a call from Ms B, who was in a distressed state, Mete
invited her to stay with him temporarily at his house.
There are no celebrities or actresses involved because it's real life, but Mete
says the show has such great energy that she's "sure we'll see a few wonderfully brave actresses who want to come out and have some fun with us .
, which is part of Japan's Mitsubishi Electric Corp, will use ART's systems in the Eclipse and Sirius models of its Trium mobile phone family, expected to hit the market later this month.
6710, which was unanimously approved on third and final reading with 224 votes, would also mete
out this penalty for the crimes that involve more than 50 automated teller machine cards.
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, 51, failed to answer a summons but a letter was sent which claimed to be from "The General Executor" of "The estate of James Mete
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- Turkey's confectionery -- chocolate and candy -- exports were 25 percent higher last year compared to 2011 due to an increase in promotional activities as well as research and development (R&D), Turkish Confectionery and Sweet Promotion Group Chairman Zekeriya Mete
said in a written statement on Tuesday in ystanbul.
Flour, chocolate, candy, dried nut and cleaning product companies are joining the fair," Zekeriya Mete
, the chairman of the association, told reporters.
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out their own justice that causes drug dealers to mete
out their own justice .
But Congress has no plan to mete
out its cuts evenly.
Union of Chambers and Commodity Exchanges of Turkey (TOBB) deputy chairman Halim Mete
said Belgrade was a key city for Turkish private sector in the Balkans, noting that every year thousands of Turkish lorries were going to Europe via Serbia.