PUP representative Ms Purvis told the Belfast meeting: "Maintaining the current degree of nepotism in our political practices creates another layer of exclusion, protects political dynasties and creates the appearance of politicians and their families trying to pilfer
as much as they can.
He has to start treating hard-working citizens as human beings, not as a giant wallet to pilfer
However Harkness struck to pilfer
the points with a late header after Stephen Hughes had expertly set him up.
It used to that only magnates and maniacal rulers could pilfer
enough objects to assemble a "significant collection.
Those copies may allow a spy to pilfer
information from extra photons without being detected.
The low-life criminal fraternity who pilfer
from charity shops should receive mandatory prison sentences.
What I like most about this product, outside of its well designed graphical user interface, is that it significantly raises the bar and clearly does its job, controlling access to devices that could be used to pilfer
valuable, proprietary business information.
Many anti-phishing systems have also proven ineffective against pharming and phishing situations in which criminals pilfer
sensitive information but do not execute fraudulent financial transactions.
They tear their best shirts, pilfer
Dad's beer, ``borrow'' the family car and disappear for hours - or days - on end.
Addressing a press conference Abid Sher Ali said that there are more than ninety percent line losses in many Feeders in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and after provision of proofs against power pilfers
provincial government is still reluctant to take action against it.
They were of the view that if power pilfers
are allowed to move freely then more losses are on the cards urging police refrain to lodge cases against such culprits due to sheer pressure and influence of politicians.
Those qualities were what made the Universal monster movies of the 1930s, which ``Van Helsing'' so gleefully pilfers
and pillages, the classics that they still are.