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This brother he made no doubt would succeed; for he discerned, as he thought, an inclination to marriage in the lady; and the reader perhaps, when he hears the brother's qualifications, will not blame the confidence which he entertained of his success.
ISLAMABAD -- Since elevation of Asif Saeed Khosa as the chief Justice of Pakistan (CJP) in January this year, the Supreme Court's approach to entertain public interest matters for enforcement of fundamental rights under Article 184 (3) of Constitution has visibly changed.
ISLAMABAD -- A two-day Islamabad Traffic Police (ITP) Family Gala and Food Festival was started here at Fatima Jinnah Park (F-9), featuring various cultural activities to entertain residents of capital city.
The holidays, the big game, New Year's and everything in between: At this time of year there are plenty of reasons to invite family and friends to your home to entertain. In addition, there are also plenty of times -- particularly on winter nights -- when you just want to have a place you can go to get cosy, play a video game or watch a movie in peace.
Have you always itched to entertain people but were never given the chance?
Summary: Actor says antagonists are there to entertain audiences
However, he said the provincial government refused to entertain the candidates with degrees of Shahadatul Almiya despite equivalence certificates issued by the HEC.
IANS Salman Khan, elated over the success of his latest release Tiger Zinda Hai, says for a film to become a blockbuster, it needs to entertain across the spectrum.
Some priests, in an effort to keep parishioners awake, may feel tempted to 'entertain' people just to get their attention, according to Secillano.
An official of the Catholic Bishops' Conference of the Philippines (CBCP) urged priests on Thursday to deliver substantial homilies rather than striving to entertain parishioners during Simbang Gabi masses.
66% of UK consumers say they now entertain at home as much as, or more than they did ten years ago.
One of those perfect records must fall when second-placed Swalwell, who saw Chris Hewison and Lloyd Anderson hit centuries in their 118-run triumph against reigning champions Tynedale last weekend, entertain tabletoppers Consett, who beat Bedlington by six wickets last Saturday.