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(buk),
Jan A., 20th-century Swedish geneticist. See: Böök syndrome.
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'But the Wadume's confession of having links to politicians including a sitting governor has compelled us as Nigerians, students leaders and stakeholders in the country's affairs to call for the unearthing of the said politician(s) and ensure that they are brought to book.
However, after the issue was televised on Express News, police officials sprang into action and SP Rural reached out to the victim and assured her that the suspects would soon be brought to book. He also directed the Sihala police station SHO to submit a detailed report within 48 hours.
New Delhi [India], Feb 28 ( ANI ): Bihar Deputy Chief Minister Sushil Modi on Wednesday assured that guilty in the Muzaffarpur hit and run case will be brought to book.
He also charged that the political opponents of the ruling dispensation were being killed in a most "brutal and barbaric" manner in the state and added that it was the state government's responsibility to ensure that those indulging in violence were brought to book. "Every time the LDF comes to power, the incidents of violence increase.
October 5, 2016 (JUBA) -- The United States National Security Advisor, Susan Rice has urged South Sudan government to identify soldiers who attacked humanitarian workers in Juba in July and ensure they are brought to book.
BROUGHT TO BOOK Julie Walters, host David Walliams and Jessica Hynes
They said that all the parties want across the board accountability and those involved in corrupt practices should be brought to book.
Mr Doody added: "Agencies need to be brought to book on their legal requirements regarding safety in the construction industry.
"It was mutually agreed and fully endorsed by all stakeholders that with the help of a comprehensive plan of action there would be a substantial decrease in the quantum of Grey Trafficking in coming weeks; it was also reiterated that all those culprits who are allegedly involved in the phenomenon, must be brought to book "
If a rabbi botches a circumcision, he is rightly brought to book.
Jeremy Hunt said it was 'absolutely outrageous' that nobody had been 'brought to book'.
Insurance Commissioner, Dave Jones, said that a statewide joint task force has brought to book contractors who were allegedly operating illegally.