PONSEPersonnel Of the Naval Shore Establishment (Report)
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Ponse has been in awe of his grandfather since he learned that Javier had been a captain in the military.
The Government's muted res- ponse - just pounds 25m over three years - contrasted with the Australian Government, which spent pounds 246m last year to counter threats from exotic pests and diseases - on top of the pounds 116m-a-year budget for the Australian Quarantine and Inspection service.
As there has been such a wonderful res- ponse already, bookings are now closed for guided tours of the hospice, but don't let that put you off supporting this fantastic cause.
If you attribute negative attitudes to a toddler then you are likely to get a negative res- ponse, according to some.
Only a truly stuck-up ponse (sic) would judge someone like Danniella Westbrook on whether she says toilet or lavatory.
The limited sanctions were a res- ponse to widespread concerns that Zim- babwe's ruling Zanu-PF party rigged parliamentary elections in 2000 and the 2002 presidential poll.
Mr Hanson said, 'I am appalled by the outrageous res- ponse from this firm.
Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi had asked Mr Blair to call the rich nations together to discuss their res- ponse to the disaster.
Created by the Clywch Res- ponse Group, which includes friends of the main subject of the Commissioner's inquiry, drama teacher John Owen (who was found dead just be- fore he was due to stand trial on charges of serious sexual offences against children), it has been said that 'a sweeping finding of guilt' against Owen had been found.
'It's a typical politician's res- ponse. People all over the country are dying within a few days and weeks of the closure of their care home.'
'This is not a step that anyone will be taking lightly, but many people feel that it is a legitimate act of protest in res- ponse to the threat of deeply prejudiced legislation.'