We were provided with letters of introduction, as a matter of
It was sad to see him struggling between his desire to represent it to me as a matter of
choice on his part, and his inability to conceal that it was forced upon him.
On the occasion, Khetran said that he had won the elections as an independent candidate and now it was a matter of
pride for him to join BAP, adding that Balochistan would definitely be developed under the dynamic leadership of BAP.
With Yoenis, it's just a matter of
keeping him on the field."
As we pointed out in the article yesterday, it's a matter of
self-preservation for some of the owners.
Mr Justice Weir said: "As a matter of
logic, I must conclude that on the balance of probabilities, the excess of salt was administered to A by the mother and I so find."
This court finds that genuine fact issues remain as to whether the P policies were substantive shams as a matter of
The issue of women playing against men has been a matter of
debate for the past two years, ever since Sorenstam became the first female to play on the US Tour since 1945
I have another quote from the book A Matter of
Time - Risk and Opportunity in the Nonschool Hours.
Six years ago, just after the Montreal Expos were officially announced as relocating to Washington, D.C., I wrote a piece on how Peter Angelos and the Baltimore Orioles were indemnified over television territorial rights, and went on to talk about how relocation or expansion in MLB was going to forever be a matter of
placating whose ever territory -- television or operating -- was being encroached upon.
Should either party become unable to pay, the other party shall be, as a matter of
law, required to pay all remaining unpaid taxes.
The Tax Court reasoned that the controlled corporation's assumption of Kniffen's debt extinguished the $45,000 debt as a matter of
The Second Circuit disagreed, holding that the Tax Court had erred as a matter of
Instead, the marital deduction has to be reduced to the extent administrative expenses are paid out of the estate's income as a matter of
Federal law, and not as determined by the vagaries of local law.