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Workers wondered how could the ticket not be granted to someone from within the constituencies.
His lawyer Robertos Vrahimis had said that authorities would not even review it as there is a legal precedent that asylum cannot be granted to someone who has committed a serious crime.
Critics Jan 10 said the interior ministry post should not be granted to someone convicted for corruption.
Two licences to destroy the gulls have been applied for and granted to someone in Anglesey, three in Wrexham and three in Gwynedd.
The hearing yesterday is informally called a 72-hour hearing where a judge has parties discuss whether custody should be granted to someone on a temporary basis or to the Department of Children and Families.
Under the new law, any privilege, immunity, right, responsibility or benefit available under state rule or law to a married person would be granted to someone in a domestic partnership.
Thus, in clothing sponsorship contracts, an individual sports person can only assign rights that have not yet been granted to someone else.
It identifies risk areas where a weak password--such as administrative rights granted to someone who does not have an extra secure password or the password is not changed regularly--may allow for potential breaches in the information system.
Foreign Minister Yohei Kono said at a separate press conference that Japan is the one that has the "judicial right" on Okamoto, and deplored that asylum had been granted to someone who deserved to stand trial.
A bursary is granted to someone who cannot afford the fees and who would benefit in both an educational and a social way from what the school has to offer.
This means they won't even be reviewing it as there is a legal precedent that asylum cannot be granted to someone who has committed a serious crime, he told the Cyprus Mail .