A contaminant found in an end-product is a diaster
from all points of view but now Holgran Ltd are busy launching a new service designed to help manufacturers with the integrity of their products.
But scientists know too little about the mountain to prepare adequately for a future diaster
, according to a report released this week by the National Research Council (NRC).
The book's admiration for Knox as political theologian has to go with a frank and well handled admission of the political diaster
which, in a much misunderstood way, has distorted the reformer's subsequent reputation.
Colonel Mohammad Ali Al Dallal, senior identification manager said: "Many might wonder why the Diaster
Victim Identification [DVI] unit has been set up here with no disasters or major events leading to mass casualties.
Neither acted with sufficient integrity and speed to avert diaster
Behind the wheel under the influence of alcohol and a young person doing it -- it's a recipe for diaster
," Thompson said.
TODAY'S air diaster
comes exactly two months and a day after the suicide attacks on the World Trade Centre.
Wales almost began with a diaster
when fullback Paul Atcheson made a hash of a Craig Bowen kick and knocked on over the goal-line.
Data protection include backup, restore, and any services related to diaster
A tip of the Flash fedora to Laura Moro and the Grafton High School National Honor Society, which recently raised $816 for the American Red Cross National Diaster
Relief Fund through its annual Penny Wars competition.
OPENING day of the NFL season was a diaster
for the New York Jets, who lost quarterback Vinnie Testaverde for the season with an Achilles tendon injury and then their game at home to New England 30-28 thanks to a field goal three seconds from time.
To date the natural diaster
has claimed the lives of 750 people in the northern mountainous regions of Rio de Janeiro.