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In a bid to reduce the number of people living in overcrowded housing, a policy was introduced of encouraging people to move into newly built new towns surrounding London.
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The UAE has begun to produce a greater amount of military equipment in a bid to reduce foreign dependence and help with national Industrialization.
The present municipality was created on 1 January 2001 through the merger of the two former municipalities of Olst and Wijhe as part of a nation-wide bid to reduce administrative overhead on the municipal level.
Examples of where this might be observed are in markets where consumers bid for tenders, though, in this case, the practice of collusive tendering could reduce the market efficiency.
Ernest Blythe, the first Minister for Finance, in a bid to reduce the public debt, cut public expenditure from £ 42 million in 1923 to £ 27 million in 1926.
By solving this problem, online auctions reduce the transaction costs for bidders, increase the number of bidders, and increase the average bid price.
However, only three years later, all the high-bidding licensees – including HTV which had virtually bankrupted itself to put forward a massive £ 25 million bid to win the Wales and West licence – were allowed to reduce their licence payments in some cases by more than half.
A reported block on player transfers into the club, set in place by the Hull City board on 28 July 2010 until transfers out substantially reduce the £ 39 million-per-year wage bill, at first cast doubt on the new manager's efforts to build a squad capable of a quick return to the Premier League ; nevertheless, Pearson has since brought several transfers and loan signings into the club in his bid to strengthen the squad for the season's campaign.
Southampton capitalised on Sunderland's need to reduce its wage bill by tabling a £ 3. 25 million bid for Phillips.
In contrast to " design – bid – build " ( or " design – tender "), design – build relies on a single point of responsibility contract and is used to minimize risks for the project owner and to reduce the delivery schedule by overlapping the design phase and construction phase of a project.
In 2005, it moved its core operations from CityPoint in central London, to Oakley House in Luton, and then, in 2006, to larger offices at Whitbread Court in Dunstable ( previously used by the now defunct Whitbread Restaurants Company ) in a bid to reduce costs.
The group is made of mostly local pro-conservation minded persons and some honorary members ( from different parts of the world ) who are committed to contributing their expertise in ensuring the integrity of the tropical rain forest through need-based problem solving research as well as increasing participation of locals in conservation activities in a bid to reduce conflicts and improve local livelihoods.
The police request came after meetings with the Whitchurch Youth Project and an assembly at Testbourne school, in a bid to reduce anti-social behaviour.
In a bid to reduce the costs, the Ministry of War, having invested already in clothing for the crews, ordered the cabin heaters to be deleted.
On the 2nd May 2012 the new Mayor-Elect Tom Tate of the GCCC has advised of his intention to stop any future work on the Oceanway, including and new proposed section in a bid to reform the Councils Legal expenses and reduce spending.
In order to address such concerns, the Beijing bid included plans to reduce both air and water pollution in the city in advance of the games.
Her conservative, market-oriented political stance was well reflected in her campaign pledge for 2008 presidential bid to cut tax, reduce regulation, and establish strong law and order.
bid and number
The contract is an exchange of the right to establish which suit, if any, is trumps for an undertaking to win ( at least ) the number of tricks specified by the highest bid.
It can sometimes be advantageous to bid a contract that one does not expect to make and to be defeated, thus losing some points, rather than allow the opposing side to bid and make a contract which would score them an even greater number of points.
A small number of high rise developments have been built in the area as well, to encourage a concentration of residence in a bid to stimulate the economy of local business, and the local population, with more high rise developments planned.
Oh Hell ( also known as Oh Pshaw, Up the River, Up and down the River, Bumble, Vanishing Whist, Diminishing Whist, Hell Yeah !, Peanuts, Stinky Fingers, Get Fred, Gary's Game, Diminishing Bridge, Shit On Your Neighbor, " Screw Your Neighbor ", O ' Shay, Juego de Daniel, Nah Pearse, Old Hell, German Bridge in Hong Kong, and many variations of " Oh Hell " with euphemisms and other swearwords ) is a trick-taking card game in which the object is to take exactly the number of tricks bid, unlike contract bridge and spades: taking more tricks than bid is a loss.
The game of Oh Hell explores the idea of taking an exact number of tricks specified by a bid before the hand, and differs from other trick-taking games in that players play a fixed number of hands.
Bidding is unrestricted except for the screw the dealer rule: the number of tricks bid cannot equal the number available.
A player that wins the exact number of tricks bid receives an additional 10 points for making the contract.
* Variant basic scoring: As with Basic Scoring each player scores 1 point for each trick he / she takes however a player that wins the exact number of tricks bid receives an additional 5 points for making the contract.
This makes the game closer when there are a large number of players and encourages players to bid more than 0 tricks as possible.
* Exact scoring with penalty: A player who makes the exact number of tricks bid scores 10 plus the amount bid.
* Exact scoring with penalty where points are multiples of 5: A player who makes the exact number of tricks bid scores 10 plus the amount bid multiplied by 5.
* Exact scoring with set penalty: A player who makes the exact number of tricks bid scores 10 plus the amount bid.
* Exact scoring with progressive penalty: A player who makes the exact number of tricks bid scores 10 plus the amount bid.
* Adjusted 0 bid: Similar to basic scoring, with the change that a zero bid is worth five plus the number of cards dealt out to a player.
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MSP Alex Johnstone wrote " Clearly, the Declaration of Arbroath is a literary work of outstanding universal significance by any stretch of the imagination " In 2008, the Campaign Group Chairman, Councillor Jim Millar launched a public petition to reinforce the bid explaining " We're simply asking people to, local people especially, to sign up to the campaign to have the Declaration of Arbroath and Arbroath Abbey recognised by the United Nations.
William had been trying to influence English politics for well over a year, letting Grand Pensionary Gaspar Fagel publish an open letter to the English people in November 1687 deploring the religious policy of James, which action had generally been interpreted as a covert bid for kingship.
In a bid to secure the loyalty of his troops and his own popularity with them and with the Roman people, he led them on a spectacular but brutal raid against the Marsi, a German tribe on the upper Ruhr river, in which he massacred much of the tribe.
His reign saw the massive migration of native Sinhalese people to the south and west of Sri Lanka, and into the mountainous interior, in a bid to escape his power.
Late in the seventh season, the ship finds a colony of Talaxians on a makeshift settlement in an asteroid field, and Neelix chooses to bid Voyager farewell and live once again amongst his people.
In reprisal, buckets were cut off or timber set on fire, and by 1917 Aboriginal people had vandalised or dismantled approximately half of the wells in a bid to reclaim access to the water or to prevent drovers from using the wells.
The Englishmen bid farewell to a sorrowful Ignosi and return to the desert, assuring him that they value his friendship but must return to be with their own people, Ignosi in return promising them that they will be venerated and honoured among his people forever.
He " had watched the progress of the famine policy of the Government, and could see nothing in it but a machinery, deliberately devised, and skillfully worked, for the entire subjugation of the island — the slaughter of portion of the people, and the pauperization of the rest ," and he had therefore " come to the conclusion that the whole system ought to be met with resistance at every point, and the means for this would be extremely simple, namely, a combination among the people to obstruct and render impossible the transport and shipment of Irish provisions ; to refuse all aid to its removal ; to destroy the highways ; to prevent everyone, by intimidation, from daring to bid for grain and cattle if brought to auction under ' distress ' ( a method of obstruction which put an end to Church tithes before ); in short, to offer a passive resistance universally ; but occasionally, when opportunity served, to try the steel.
Mitchel had come to the view that " the whole system ought to be met with resistance at every point ; and the means for this would be extremely simple ; namely, a combination amongst the people to obstruct and render impossible the transport and shipment of Irish provisions ; to refuse all aid in its removal ; to destroy the highways, to prevent everyone, by intimidation, from daring to bid for grain or cattle if brought to auction under distress ;" ( a method of obstruction which had put an end to tithes before ) " in short, to offer a passive resistance universally, but occasionally, when opportunity served, to try the steel ".
In 1847, when he severed his connection with The Nation, he says, " I had watched the progress of the famine policy of the Government, and could see nothing in it but a machinery, deliberately devised, and skillfully worked, for the entire subjugation of the island — the slaughter of portion of the people, and the pauperization of the rest ," and he had therefore " come to the conclusion that the whole system ought to be met with resistance at every point, and the means for this would be extremely simple, namely, a combination among the people to obstruct and render impossible the transport and shipment of Irish provisions ; to refuse all aid to its removal ; to destroy the highways ; to prevent everyone, by intimidation, from daring to bid for grain and cattle if brought to auction under ' distress ' ( a method of obstruction which put an end to Church tithes before ); in short, to offer a passive resistance universally ; but occasionally, when opportunity served, to try the steel.
In the summer of 2012, he announced that he was looking for a " dream team " to run his leadership bid and that he would only run if he could find the right people.
It was also a bid for respect and recognition, not only for the people of Jarrow, but for others in a similar situation all over the country.
He sketched with a free hand, wrote, as he lived, from hand to mouth, and the chief difficulty he experienced was that of getting rid of his characters who " hung about him like those tiresome people who never can make up their minds to bid you good night.
Malik was vehemently opposed to bid ' ah and even directed others not to extend the Islamic greeting of Salam to the people of bidah, stating, " how evil are the People of Innuendo, we do not give them felicitations.
This " malaise speech " further damaged his reelection bid because it seemed to express a pessimistic outlook and blamed the American people for his own failed policies.
The station was spacious and designed to handle a large number of people, but when a few thousand people gathered to bid farewell to naval recruits on January 8, 1934, 77 people were crushed to death.