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1. This project will finalise that collation and produce a summary document for use by policy makers and practitioners.
2. We will finalise the question about pensions even before the meeting takes place.
3. Chelsea and Feyenoord could finalise arrangments in August - when they will be in Rotterdam for a friendly.
4. The partiesapparently aim to finalise ( if not complete ) an agreement by 30 th September, 2007.
5. So all we have to do now is finalise the delivery arrangements.
6. Liverpool are ready to finalise terms with Fulham boss Roy Hodgson.
7. India and US finalise nuclear agreement.
8. Liberian government has yet to finalise the deal.
9. This week: TheChinese delegation are desperate to finalise a document so primeminister Wen Jiabao can avoid being leaned on in a last-minute huddle.
10. The government to finalise the agenda of the summit toplace on June 6 - 8.
11. The venture hoped to finalise the plan by the end of June,(sentencedict.com) BSG said.
12. The Prime Minister, is holding consultations with his colleagues to finalise the deal.
13. This should allow ample time to enable each branch to finalise its comments on the plan.
14. The project faces up to eight months of discussions between Boeing and its customers to finalise design details of the plane.
15. We will consult widely about the detailed structure of this new qualification, and finalise proposals quickly.
16. De Boer pointed out that the 1997 Kyoto protocol, the world's existing treaty on greenhouse gas emissions, took several years to finalise and to come into force.
17. To review the technical & commercial tender prepared by the Marketing & Tendering section and to finalise it.
18. However, anyagreement could take up to a year to finalise.
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