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The international ECE Regulations for headlamps specify a beam with a sharp, asymmetric cutoff preventing significant amounts of light from being cast into the eyes of drivers of preceding or oncoming cars.

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journeys in order to apply for political asylum status which, once granted, would enable the rest of the family to join them.

South African alternative rock grew more mainstream with two leading bands, asylum Kids from Johannesburg and Peach from Durban having chart success and releasing critically acclaimed albums.

Robin locks Thornton in an asylum with a threat to kill him if he returned, but he ignored the warning and returned, determined to wreak his revenge on Isabella.

Such abuses were alleged to have occurred in October 2006. "Emergency decree legalises torture chambers", Asian Human Rights Commission In December 2006, a group of 20 Muslims, 9 men and 11 women aged between 2 and 55, sought political asylum in Malaysia.

After the Queen's demise, Alice regains her sanity and is seen leaving Rutledge asylum.

This source claims that Marson then went to the US in the 1950s where she had another breakdown and was admitted to St. Elizabeth's asylum.

In his Internet writings, Henson said that he was forced to flee the United States and seek asylum in Canada due to ongoing threats against him.

It is estimated that there are thousands of UN mandated refugees in Russia who have been in the Russian asylum system for five years or more.

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