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The expose also compelled the world football controlling body, FIFA, to impose sanctions on some of the officers involved, and appointed a Normalisation Committee to run the affairs of the GFA for a period of three months.
According to Mr Agyabeng, Ahmed Suale started receiving threats on his life, following the expose, which did not cease until his death.
The radiation that passes through the object strikes the phosphor layers of the screen, causing them to fluoresce, which in turn exposes the film.
Imaging scientists need to balance two factors: the thicker the fluorescent layer, the more light is emitted, which exposes the film faster and more effectively.
"The opposition party does not want to expose it because all of them (all parties) are together.
I just want to ask him when Arvind has made it clear that we are going to expose BJP's President, despite that if he talks in such a manner then it is extremely sad," she said.
One can take advantage of the fact that people expose themselves to pesticides to design experiments that measure the effects of pesticides on human beings.
If one wants to obtain human data on a pesticide that is not being used at all or that is being used infrequently, one must intentionally expose human subjects to the chemical.
The court concluded that the four passages of the Bible cited "exposes homosexuals to hatred." Justice J.
"When the use of the circle and slash is combined with the passages of the Bible, it exposes homosexuals to detestation, vilification, and disgrace," Barclay said.
If she takes psychoactive medication while continuing to breastfeed, she stands a good chance of feeling better, but she also exposes her baby to potentially harmful amounts of the drug.