I got on to lastminute.com, who said: "Due to internal processes, the system could not validate
the voucher in August.
Despite this feat, nine reforms were not considered for the cycle under review as they were either classified as too recent to have an impact on the business climate, or the private sector did not validate
them - which impacted the ranking.
At this, Justice Shahid Waheed asked him whether the laws declared existent by the 18th amendment were not needed to be ratified later by the parliament for their further continuation, observing that the 18th amendment did not validate
the previous laws made under the PCO.
However, Mr Freeman said that, while the new RUSCO may have superseded the old one, it does not validate
He said the UN does"not validate
information and only highlights best practices", adding that the information was from"reliable sources".
They then called for more action to 'isolate the Cambodian government' and pressure them to reverse course, going on to say the international community should not validate
the 'illegitimate 'election'' in July.
Also key was the experience of having to negotiate their disease, with a keen awareness that their endocrinologist did not validate
their experience, that they had to look to lab tests to tell them the state of their disease, and they had to deal with functional limitations (Qual Health Research.
The conclusion that the study "proves [the] existence of Yang deficiency constitution" cannot be supported because the study did not validate
The post further says that they were surprised to discover that WhatsApp does not validate
the vCard format or its contents.
The Parliament did not validate
it and left the issue for the apex court, he said.
"It could be painful if you believed it but I had too much else going on around me that did not validate
But Hersch has cautioned that the fact that workers receive higher pay for assuming a risk of sexual harassment does not validate
subjecting workers to this risk or imply that legal protections are not needed.