Sources: Law Dictionary
The old leadership is wedded to the one-child policy, but the new leadership, which is due to take over next year, can think afresh. It should end this abomination as soon as it takes power.
At those moments, our bodies actually take over and increase blood flow so that we have greater visual acuity, increased mental capacity and more oxygen and fuel for our muscles to use.
First one enzyme attacks the water resistant chemical coating the surface, then others take over and tackle the paper and adhesive layers.
In his opinion, it would be advisable to allow the car to take over more.
The security advisory, which was published on Friday, details how the vulnerability can be used to manipulate users and take over their machines.
And above all, they must train and expand the Afghan army and police so they can gradually take over.
The old leadership is wedded to the one-child policy, but the new leadership, which is due to take over next year, can think afresh.
The oxygen is quickly used in the decay process, and anaerobic bacteria take over.
Another is that most upstarts would rather take over an existing business than go off and start their own -and in Britain, at any rate, Anglicanism ’s heirs are in for some serious real estate too.
With my appearance and intelligence, I can take over the world. In fact, in my mind, I already have.