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Additionally, "dual citizens" must never have been resident based on physical presence and never held a U.
Proposals must address the corporate processes to work in partnership with the technologists (the labs and academia) to track emerging technologies and to plan flexible alternatives for using the emerging technologies.
She adds that none of this detracts from the fact that, with resident needs depending on specialized nutritional interventions, accurate data must be collected by a qualified professional when conducting an assessment.
The other person then must modify her or his behavior in deference to the angry person's inability to assume self-responsibility: "Your Honor, I told her that, if she burned the toast one more time, I wouldn't be able to control myself.
Must" #3 (a demand on circumstances, or on The Universe): "The relationship MUST go well, or life's no good.
That finding underscores the notion that coronary artery disease starts early in life, Must says.
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Musts from sun-dried grapes of Pedro Ximenez are rich in polyphenols and sugars, and interactions occur between them.
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The rationale behind any projected step changes must be clear.
The fact is, in order to succeed in strength training, athletes must have the desire and commitment to do so.
For the first time the auditor must prepare certain section of the form and must sign the form at the end of every audit conducted in accordance with A-133.
Since there will no longer be national funding for research and development, the refinement of boating programs must be spearheaded at the local level.