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Desert Lake and, in the background, the emblematic Mt. Fitz Roy, Santa Cruz Province.

The economic planning of the Great Leap period focused on steel because steel was considered emblematic of industry.

The Owl was emblematic of the wisdom of Athena to the ancient Greeks while the white
the embezzler repays the money in the same taxable year.

The Investigations Unit manages a myriad of criminal cases each year ranging from sexual assault and robbery to embezzlement and fraud.

"In 2002 alone, as many as 48 high-ranking officials-including former cabinet ministers, provincial governors and Mps were convicted of influence peddling, profiteering and embezzlement.

If the defendant had lawful possession the crime is embezzlement.

However she feels increasingly loyal (or, obligated) to profit, since he saved her job, covered up her petty embezzlement, and pays 100% of her sick mother's nursing home bills.

The termination of services of five teachers of Khalsa College, Amritsar and the case of embezzlement of Gurdwara funds was considered a deliberate attempt by Sir Sikandar Hyatt Khan to undermine the strength of the Akalis in the province.

However, he eventually again removed Zu from office for embezzlement.

For his part, Fujimori denied the human rights and embezzlement charges.

Controversies In May 2007, Indonesian official tax hunted down the main players of Asian Agri Group, including Sukanto Tanoto, for tax embezzlement case.

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