at 42, [paragraph] 55, and in the case of the Gabcikovo sector not imminent, its graveness
"It is unfortunate that the PCB did not realize the graveness
of the situation when the allegations first came out.
But may be a characteristic of the people of south Sudan, despite the reality on the ground which reflects nothing but a looming disaster, one still hears of some optimistic politicians who have either chosen to be indifferent or are intentionally under rating and hence down playing the graveness
of the situation .
Aso lacks the ability to understand the graveness
of this situation.
Tsuyoshi Ebato, a former soldier held in Fushun, said the process of confession he underwent in the prison was ''a miracle'' which made him realize the graveness
of his crime.
media coverage has not communicated the graveness
of the phenomenon nor the negative consequences for daily life.
On the other hand the capital police has put the case of Adil Farooq into the cold storage, whereas the unidentified caller had informed the Secretary about the graveness
of the matter .
Commenting on the graveness
of this fresh eruption on airline operations, Saj Ahmad, UK-based aerospace and aviation analyst with FBE Aerospace, told Gulf News: "It is too early to tell whether this eruption will cause widespread or prolonged challenges."
ZCMA's battle cry is (therefore) "HE4SHE." The graveness
of the teenage pregnancy situation is highlighted by Benjamin de Leon, president of The Forum, an advocacy organization that helps educate communities on reproductive health and rights.
It's time the stakeholders - parents, teachers, caretakers and the government - and the youngsters themselves realised the graveness
of the situation and swung into action.
It is important for the development of this topic and its respective analysis to understand that a tax fraud crime can be deceitful or wrongful, this way being able to identify the graveness
of each delinquent behavior established in the Integral Organic Penal Code (COIP) in tributary matter .
It says a lot about the graveness
of the national moment when human Thunderbird puppet Rory Stewart appears to have more of a backbone than his lily-livered rivals.