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Sir Ernest de Silva (26 November 1887 9 May 1957) was a Sri Lankan business magnate, banker, barrister and public figure, considered to be the most prominent Sri Lankan philanthropist of the 20th century.

Lead barrister, Gerard Hogan, argued that neither the 1937 Irish constitution nor more
trained soldiers but an agglomeration of whole tribes, including even a large number of non-combatants.

Governor Borja issued a circular barring all government employees to help directly or indirectly in the fund drive.

The following two conditions for incoming call barring exist: baring of all incoming calls and barring of incoming calls when roaming outside the home PLMN.

White with fine dark barring below.

His request is granted, barring his success on the intern exam.

Generally, the drive gears of the barring engine are designed to automatically disengage if the engine begins running under its own power while the barring gears are engaged.

The traditional home-uniform logo was restored in 1967. Under Howsam's administration starting in the late 1960s, the Reds instituted a strict rule barring the team's players from wearing mustaches, beards, and long hair.

Plans for another attempt were marred by the RGS Everest committee barring George Finch, on the grounds he was divorced and had accepted money for lectures.

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