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by the board

Fallen out of use, discarded. This expression usually is put as go by the board, as in With all the crime around here, the practice of leaving the house unlocked has gone by the board . The board here is the board of a ship, and the expression has been used since about 1630 to signify something that has fallen overboard and been carried away. [Mid-1800s]
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The proposed transaction may not be consummated before the fifteenth calendar day after the effective date of this order, or later than three months after the effective date of this order, unless such period is extended for good cause by the Board or the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, acting pursuant to delegated authority.
He stated further that the fact that Bolin released her letter of resignation to the press prior to its receipt by the Board of Directors "indicates it was not written to protest a difference of opinion, but was deliberately calculated to attack and injure the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People.
Annual dues for all categories of membership shall be due as determined by the Board of Directors.
In addition, the $50,000 check, which is a retainer fee, was approved by the board, she said.
There will be a significant political impact as well, and it appears the political fallout may be most directly felt by the Board of Education itself.
Perform such functions of the Board as may be delegated to it by the Board.
The easiest way to prepare a policy manual is to borrow other libraries, manuals from the state library and compare these with policies already established by the board.
If a woefully wrong-headed or ill-advised decision is taken by the board which leads to monetary damages, the best defense for any board member is a no-vote recorded in the corporate minutes," writes attorney Anthony Mancuso in How to Form a Nonprofit Corporation (Nolo Press, 1990).
The second type calls for civilian investigators selected by the board to conduct the inquiry, with the board making the decision.
Aramony's salary and benefits had been set annually by the board.
For most staff members who have had proposals rejected by the board and have been "sent back to the drawing board" not once, but many times, the perception of staff domination is a subject of wry humor.
It appears the vast majority of the shares owned by the Board have been granted through stock options, or other equity plans, while very little of the Board's share ownership has come from actual investment through individual purchases.
In the absence of prior written approval by the Board, and by any other Federal financial institution regulatory agency where necessary pursuant to section 8(e)(7)(B) of the Act (12 U.
Hayes, the board president, said Lansing sent the memo on his own and there was no effort by the board to muzzle Sales.
Instead, basic compensation is handled by the board as a whole.