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China's mining safety watchdog, the State Administration of Work Safety was quoted as ordering local authorities to monitor efforts for mining activities and eliminate risks more stringently. (ANI)
Connor's uncle Eamon O'Connor said: "Paul hoped that in future the regulations governing fishing vessels could be enforced more stringently to improve safety.
The front-line handled most of the zesty solos, Byron stringently capering, saxophonist Robert DeBellis twisting lithely and trumpeter Ron Miles fizzing to the top of his range.
If the government had taken a precautionary approach sooner and more stringently than it did, more people would have been protected, it says.
"For the ruling eliminates the threat of delays caused by additional environmental study of a site that has been stringently reviewed during the zoning change process."
Such thoughtless acts should be stringently discouraged and measures taken to make every city in the country spotless and serene.
PDSH Reform Movement stringently opposes the behavior of the two ruling parties, especially of BDI which promised to support the work of the Special Public Prosecution but in practice, both parties are obstructing the work of SPP.
They said energy drinks, often overused by teenagers targeted in glossy marketing campaigns, frequently contained ingredients that could enhance the effects of caffeine and should be stringently regulated.Energy drinks have no therapeutic benefit and many ingredients are under-studied and not regulated," the Daily Mail quoted Dr Steven Lipshultz, of the University of Miami's school of medicine, who co-authored the study, as saying.
In a letter to Finance Convener Des McNulty, Mr Reid outlines a get tough policy with contractors and warned: "It remains the case that each and every claim by a contractor for additional payment for any reason will be stringently examined."
"It is not a major security breach but it was not being policed as stringently as possible.
'This proof of qualification should apply most stringently to those who pass laws about how young people shall be educated.'
For privatisation of essential services like commercial air transportation and ensuring that internationally acceptable flight safety standards are stringently followed.