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I note that Conservative Chief Whip Michael Gove is giving a particular person, who just happens to be his party's candidate for Berwick, the credit for the new, vague, government promise to dual the A1.
Prohibit insurers from recommending or suggesting that repairs of the claimant s vehicle be completed at a particular repair shop or by a particular person unless the claimant requests such a recommendation or suggestion.
In a press statement, he said he did not mention unequivocally or by insinuation anything, following yesterday's closed door National Assembly meeting regarding the tape, against any particular person associated with the tape, either before or after the closed door meeting.
To enter, fill out a nomination slip and send a covering letter or e-mail detailing why you are nominating a particular person, detailing what that person has done to make a difference to their community and how they have shown exceptional courage, demonstrated excellence in a particular field or are celebrated and respected with the community.
Police Inspector of Basia, D P Singh told the reporters that Maoists had come to kill a particular person but the targeted person evaded the assault and managed to flee on a motorcycle as two innocent villagers fell prey to Maoists' bullets.
Mr Pugh was given conditions by the court which mean he should not enter a particular address and not communicate with a particular person.
While he has not accused any particular person, Mr Al Maliki said the perpetrators were aiming to stop him from contesting the elections.
Because one particular person did the roster he ignored requests and seemed to single out certain people to give the worst rosters to.