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n a prayer in which a request is made on behalf of another person.
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The latest solution from Intercede has been created by envisioning and reengineering the company's existing MyID solution to operate as a secure, self-service, multi- tenanted Cloud service.
This type of authentication doesnt serve the purpose of a 21st century business that wishes to exploit the opportunities and mitigate the risks of todays digital economy, said Richard Parris, CEO of Intercede.
In association with the University of the West of England (UWE), Intercede Ventures has developed an innovative instrument for measuring the surface condition and drag factors on aircraft and other aerodynamic surfaces.
Summary: Brussels - Morocco urged Belgium and Luxembourg to intercede with Algeria to uncover the fate of Mustapha Salma Ould Sidi Mouloud, which remains unknown since his abduction on September 21 by the polisario's militias, on Algiers' order.
The researchers encourage school psychologists to pay more attention to witnesses in bullying incidents and to teach them ways that they can intercede rather than remain passive bystanders.
Prominent Iranian reformist leaders have approached Secretary General of Lebanese Shiite group Hizbullah Hassan Nasrallah to intercede with Iran's Supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei to resolve Iran's domestic political crisis, Kuwait daily newspaper AS SEYASAH reported on Wednesday.
If someone close to your family has recently died, help your child to see that person as a saint who can intercede for her.
2 : to plead for the needs of someone else <Atkins fell upon his knees to beg the captain to intercede with the governor for his life .
Summary: King Mohammed VI, Chairman of the Al-Quds Committee, on Sunday, called upon the international community to intercede to bring the Israeli Government to give up its construction schemes near Al Aqsa Mosque and "to renounce any measure which does not serve peace in the region of the Middle East.
KABUL (PAN): Two international media watchdogs have urged President Hamid Karzai to intercede on behalf of former journalist Ahmed Ghous Zalmay and Mullah Qari Mushtaq, sentenced by a Kabul court to 20 years in prison for publishing a flawed Dari translation of the Holy Quran.
Ryanair has announced that it has called on the Polish government to intercede in new cost increases made by PANSA, the Polish air traffic control authority.