She completely swept him off his feet.

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Some of his income is taxed in Spain and the remainder in the Netherlands which places him in an unfavourable situation.
Some of his income is taxed in Spain and the remainder in the Netherlands which places him in an unfavourable situation.
Dawit Isaak was detained for more than four years without trial and completely cut off from the outside world.
Dawit Isaak was detained for more than four years without trial and completely cut off from the outside world.
At the time when she was awarded the Sakharov Prize, she was already imprisoned.
At the time when she was awarded the Sakharov Prize, she was already imprisoned.
In the case of the opposition MP Roy Benett, who has been denunciated by Mugabe and his regime for years, the Parliament denounced a fifteen months prison sentence with three months suspended handed down on him on 28 October 2004.
In the case of the opposition MP Roy Benett, who has been denunciated by Mugabe and his regime for years, the Parliament denounced a fifteen months prison sentence with three months suspended handed down on him on 28 October 2004.
His lawyers have reportedly been denied permission on several occasions to visit him in prison.
His lawyers have reportedly been denied permission on several occasions to visit him in prison.
Only an independent film would allow him to express his point of view on the TDIP issues without being misinterpreted.
Only an independent film would allow him to express his point of view on the TDIP issues without being misinterpreted.
Member of the Sam Rainsy Party, he was stripped off his immunity and convicted.
Member of the Sam Rainsy Party, he was stripped off his immunity and convicted.
Member of the Sam Rainsy Party, stripped off his immunity and convicted.
Member of the Sam Rainsy Party, stripped off his immunity and convicted.
The European Parliament condemned his arrest and called on the Sudanese authorities to release him and others without delay in its resolution adopted on 12 May 2005.
The European Parliament condemned his arrest and called on the Sudanese authorities to release him and others without delay in its resolution adopted on 12 May 2005.
He is free to carry out his activities in Cambodia, although criminal charges remain pending against him.
He is free to carry out his activities in Cambodia, although criminal charges remain pending against him.
The European Parliament asked the President of the Philippines to exercise her power by granting an absolute pardon to him and securing his immediate release from prison.
The European Parliament asked the President of the Philippines to exercise her power by granting an absolute pardon to him and securing his immediate release from prison.
His lawyers reportedly were denied on a number of occasions to visit him in prison.
His lawyers reportedly were denied on a number of occasions to visit him in prison.
She broke into an house with her partner, allegedly killed the woman, whose house she and her partner broke into.
She broke into an house with her partner, allegedly killed the woman, whose house she and her partner broke into.
On 9 March 2006, the Supreme Court reaffirmed his conviction and refused to grant him a new trial.
On 9 March 2006, the Supreme Court reaffirmed his conviction and refused to grant him a new trial.
Additionally, if an intermediary was not able to recover some costs for providing his advice in case the agreement is not concluded, that may lead him to pressure the consumer to conclude the agreement.
Additionally, if an intermediary was not able to recover some costs for providing his advice in case the agreement is not concluded, that may lead him to pressure the consumer to conclude the agreement.
She had to leave the Indian state of western Bengal where she used to live.
She had to leave the Indian state of western Bengal where she used to live.
She remains under threat.
She remains under threat.
Kheyrollah Derakhshandi, held in prison, was severely beaten in March 2007, leaving him with persistent pain in his back and left arm.
Kheyrollah Derakhshandi, held in prison, was severely beaten in March 2007, leaving him with persistent pain in his back and left arm.
She broke into a house with her partner, allegedly killed the woman, whose house she and her partner broke into.
She broke into a house with her partner, allegedly killed the woman, whose house she and her partner broke into.
She denied the crime but she is still imprisoned, on death row.
She denied the crime but she is still imprisoned, on death row.
On February 5, 2007, the Kremlin brought additional charges against him to ensure that he would not be released from prison in October 2007, when he would have been eligible for parole after having served half of his original sentence.
On February 5, 2007, the Kremlin brought additional charges against him to ensure that he would not be released from prison in October 2007, when he would have been eligible for parole after having served half of his original sentence.
- expressed serious concern at the deteriorating health of Mr Kaboudvand since his imprisonment, considered him a prisoner of conscience and called for his immediate and unconditional release and for him to be given medical care.
- expressed serious concern at the deteriorating health of Mr Kaboudvand since his imprisonment, considered him a prisoner of conscience and called for his immediate and unconditional release and for him to be given medical care.
Lawyers assisting his defense were reportedly denied access to him in prison and he was allowed only brief consultations with them in the courtroom itself.
Lawyers assisting his defense were reportedly denied access to him in prison and he was allowed only brief consultations with them in the courtroom itself.
US Supreme Court ordered mandating a new evidentiary hearing in June 2010, where the burden is on him to prove his innocence, beyond reasonable doubt, of a crime that happened over 20 years ago.
US Supreme Court ordered mandating a new evidentiary hearing in June 2010, where the burden is on him to prove his innocence, beyond reasonable doubt, of a crime that happened over 20 years ago.