Nathless, he reeled and had much ado
to keep from falling; seeing which Robin stayed his hand--to his own sorrow, for the tanner recovered his wits in a marvelous quick space and sent back a sidelong blow which fairly lifted Robin off his feet and sent him tumbling on to the grass.
So, without more ado
, each gripped his staff in the middle, and, with fell and angry looks, they came slowly together.
Thou, who, to my thinking, art beyond all doubt a dullard, without early rising or night watching or taking any trouble, with the mere breath of knight-errantry that has breathed upon thee, seest thyself without more ado
governor of an island, as though it were a mere matter of course.
I made no ado
, but set to work on the biscuits at once, while the white-haired man helped Montgomery to release about a score more of the rabbits.
Since 1972, Ados
has been a leading provider of capital equipment and services to the energy industry in the emirate.
In addition to its recently inaugurated service centre in the petrochemicals hub of Ruwais, ADOS
has invested in a state-of-the-art Manufacturing & Service Centre in the Industrial City of Abu Dhabi (ICAD) and new headquarters for MEOS, its Dubai subsidiary.
That is equivalent to 4,239 weeks worth of ADOs
costing around $4.4 million.
With more than 10 years experience in hospitality sales, Mirza Usman has been appointed as ADOS
- corporate, and will be responsible for managing all existing and new corporate accounts.
The source said that the incentive was being given to encourage the ADOs
to play their role in improving education standard at government schools and ensuring 100 per cent attendance.
He asked the ADOs
to activate parent-teacher councils and hold meetings with head teachers for implementation of action plan in letter and spirit.
The state requires ADOs
to come up with matching funds in order to receive grants.
The children were assessed with ADOS
and the MacArthur Communicative Development Inventory at the average age of 18 months, and they received a blinded diagnosis by an expert clinician at an average age of 39 months.