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touting

the making of personal representations by a veterinarian to persons who are not clients in an attempt to solicit their business.
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We are calling on members of the public to share information on accusations against the tout.
During the January incident, the tout is said to have injured the passenger, leaving him for dead.
Depuis, au moins trois structures ont ete mises en charge de la corruption, sans tenir compte du [beaucoup moins que] Document de Carthage[beaucoup plus grand que] qui eleve la lutte contre la corruption au rang de priorite absolue de tout gouvernement et les ONG comme [beaucoup moins que]I Watch[beaucoup plus grand que] et [beaucoup moins que]Trasparency[beaucoup plus grand que].
Touts have probably harvested 20% of available tickets.
Middlesbrough South and East Cleveland Labour MP, Tom Blenkinsop, paid tribute, saying, "Harry Tout embodied the soul and ethos in one man.
TICKET touts are in danger of ruining singer Adele's comeback tour for thousands of fans, an MP has warned.
After being contacted by 'J', the reporter agreed to meet the tout in Cardiff city centre before Wales' opening World Cup game with Uruguay.
In a bid to get rid of touts, the popular holiday resort of Ayia Napa will hire staff whose only job would be to report people and businesses who harass visitors, the mayor said.
Touts act as link between applicants &transport officials BRIBE CAN
Pour la confederation, le gouvernement, les partis politiques, les organisations nationales et les composantes de la societe civile sont appeles a apporter tout leur soutien a notre armee salutaire a nos forces de securite militantes dans leurs efforts louables visant a assurer la securite du pays et a lutter contre ces terroristes unanimement rejetes par le pays et tout le peuple tunisien.
ISLAMABAD -- The tout mafia is fully active in district courts while bribe is being given and offered without any fear.
More than 200 newspaper publishers--including the Wall Street Journal and USA Today--are using Tout, a mobile video publishing platform that enables journalists to capture videos on their smartphones or tablets.