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in existence

now existing; currently and actually being. The tiger may not be in existence in a few decades. All the oil in existence will not last the world for another century.
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The case purports to establish a class for the period of time during which Prudential had its margin interest program in existence using agreements and disclosure documents substantially similar to those attached to the Plaintiff's complaint.
Corel Painter X is by far the most advanced and intuitive painting program in existence today.
Faced with these facts, Cooney must pretend that all the handguns sold in past years have melted away, and are not still in existence helping people protect themselves.
However, it was not surprising that the Supreme Court refused to strike down a statute that Congress, and the courts have recognized to be in existence for over 75 years.
Markland will provide these support services to five US Border ports of entry in the states of California, Texas, Michigan and New York, under a US government General Services Administration multi-year contract that has been in existence for the past 18 months.
A&A's announcement was made pursuant to a court decision in London which essentially invalidated certain commutation contracts in existence when Sphere Drake Insurance Company was purchased by Alexander & Alexander in 1982.
No other browser is this flexible when it comes to user interface and customisation; it's even open for technologies that are not yet in existence," says Christer Bjork, Business Area Manager at AU-System.