c) In the approval given to
this vernacular variation in the liturgical text, nothing less than correct has crept in, which would require correction or amendment.
And again, in March 2003, when Oklahoma City University honored me with its Preservation of Our Heritage-American Dance Award, I felt that it was given to
me as a participant in our country's dance media community.
Under the consent once removed doctrine, the lawfulness of the second entry by the arrest team is based upon the initial consent given to
the undercover officer.
A gift by a peasant, for example, might be given to
establish protection or increase the chances of advancement.
Microsoft officers note that part of the money given to
schools could be used to purchase any type of software, not only Microsoft products.
One of the jobs of FDA is to make sure that all medicines given to
children are safe and effective
The terms of the agreements with the laundry machine operators and not the titles given to
those agreements will determine the rights between the parties.
The present study examined a hypothesized model between the amount of information given to
families of stroke victims and their ability to cope with the situation after discharge from the hospital.
The book appears in two parts, with balanced attention given to
each of his major themes.
The new business received a bill because of its number of false alarms, but the owners refused to pay based on the long list of free meals given to
the police department.
Maybe, Stevens admitted, the jockey allowed Point Given to
race too close to the unprecedented early pace.
But the missalette makes the idea stand out that it's our bread, as if we'd thought up the whole thing, that we made it, plain bread at that, that it was given to
us by the earth, and that somehow it will become for us the bread of life.
What type of notice must be given to
the beneficiaries of their withdrawal rights?