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A number of facilities have closed or been bought out by for-profit providers in recent years, Schiks said, noting Project Turnabout gets about two purchase offers per year from private investors.
Hong Kong, Dec 6 ( ANI ): An expert has drawn attention towards China's turnabout regarding Myanmar's Rohingya crisis and its earnest wish to resolve it.
Underscoring the turnabout, it came a day after a White House meeting with President Barack Obama and preceded a lunch Modi will have in the Capitol with congressional leaders and a reception hosted by the House and Senate foreign affairs committees.
From what I heard, the Land Registration Authority (LRA) recently made a complete turnabout on a case involving 700 hectares of land in General Santos City in Mindanao-for still unexplained reasons.
It's been an interesting turnabout to have all of the adults being the ones to be afraid of and the kids being the ones to hopefully rebuild society, and you can see some of the faults that human nature gives us all repeating in the younger generation.
That's a turnabout from the 12 months ending April 2014 when prices fell 1.4%.
Walters explained the turnabout by saying, ''There are just too many fascinating people out there.''
al-'Alimi turnabout to the west of Tulkarem to a near-by checkpoint.
Yet, some analysts are skeptical in the expectation of some drastic turnabout in the name issue.
My social networks are celebrating the turnabout by the Israeli Rabbinate about the legitimacy of Rabbi Avi Weiss as a halachic decisor on matters of Jewish identity for issues of personal status in Israel, and with good reason.
Playtime over we headed home, turnabout, Tired, but happy from my time out.
Turnabout is not fair play, but it is an excellent explanation.