It said the move was unconnected to the boycott.
I had initially planned to go to Iceland in March, for a story unconnected to the coronavirus.
But there is a spirit to his art that seems unconnected to the material world it so gorgeously depicts.
“Africa is still largely unconnected to the internet, and a lot of people do not have access,” says Ekwealor.
“Those that know their tuition is overpriced and unconnected to the economic value of their degrees will never have ISAs.”
The trick is to find some third factor that is securely linked to institutions, but entirely unconnected to economic success.
Judge’s latest project is, uniquely for him, totally unconnected to the zeitgeist, and this has been an enormous relief to him.
Then two more people in New York City tested positive, also unconnected to the affected countries and, more ominously, to each other.
Proper or not, the request surprised Waymo’s lawyers, who were not expecting an attack from someone completely unconnected to the case.
Regulators have largely given the country’s platforms free rein—which may not be unconnected to the fact that they are now fervent lobbyists.
Half the screen is covered by maroon-and-purple stripes, and, often, a neon-yellow “alert” scrolls across the right-hand corner, unconnected to any news.
Her move to Edinburgh was motivated by “seismic changes” in her life unconnected to the referendum, but she says the timing could hardly have been better.
Ongoing “selective annexation” keeps such settlements, sometimes just a mile or two away from larger cities, unconnected to robust water and sewer systems.
But the donor liver failed around a week later – for reasons unconnected to its implantation – and another surgeon spotted Bramhall’s initials on the organ.
In January 1931 the government of Florencio Harmodio Arosemena was overthrown in a bloody coup led by Arnulfo Arias Madrid, a charismatic populist unconnected to the traditional political elites.
I loved acting, still do, but I knew, after 14 years of working professionally, that it wasn’t worth it to me, and the reasons were not unconnected to the tone of that meeting almost 20 years ago.
As a result, when the agency then fed those phone numbers back to the telecoms to get the communications logs of all of the people who had been in contact with its targets, the agency also gathered some data of people unconnected to the targets.
It was found at Lingjing in the Henan province of China, and takes the form of a bird standing on a pedestal, which researchers say indicates it may belong to an entirely original artistic tradition, unconnected to other ancient styles found in Europe or Siberia.
“The rangers were historically recruited and trained to protect wildlife, but given the proliferation of arms, and the drought, and the massive movement of livestock across the landscape, they are now finding themselves drawn into issues that are unconnected to wildlife,” Craig added.
But its sheer size and the rushed way it was put together made it an irresistible target for lobbyists, who launched a frenzied effort to insert into the must-pass legislation provisions their clients wanted, some of which had a timely rationale and others of which were largely unconnected to the coronavirus crisis.
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But its sheer size and the rushed way it was put together made it an irresistible target for lobbyists who launched a frenzied effort to insert into the must-pass legislation provisions their clients wanted some of which had a timely rationale and others of which were largely unconnected to the coronavirus crisis