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Under one's complete control or influence.
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CHALLENGE: With a rising number of purchasers, large product portfolios, changing customer needs, globalization, and intense competition all signaling the urgency for fast, accurate pricing, ON Semiconductor went on a mission to improve price execution.
A hand and arm appear on a wall in Untitled (handball); each guy's torso can be found in the diptych Untitled (watch).
Raytheon was in a bind and needed machined aluminum-bronze components for these two systems on a tight schedule.
The Oakland Athletics grabbed a share of first place in the division, trouncing the Los Angeles Angels 14-0, on a perfect all around game for the A's.  The A's are now tied with the Texas Rangers for the best record in the AL West. 
"We look forward to leveraging our partnership on a global basis," he added.
The Commission has suspected E.ON of closing off gas markets in Germany from competitors by booking almost the entire capacity at key entry points into the network on a long-term basis.
In McCord, the court focused on a different study and found that a 20% marketability discount was appropriate for interests in a family limited partnership (FLP) classified as an investment company.
Recalling the palimpsestic pencil notes on a nearby Louise Bourgeois drawing of mermaidlike figures, Kilimnik includes a text about the strategies of P.
Kendrick, the Angels outfielder, was playing in the infield in order to throw out any possible score on a grounder.  But his inexperience led to a hard wide throw to the catcher which allowed Suzuki to score. 
During the audit years, H also served as A's president, attended extensive public relations activities to market the business, participated in weekly board meetings, worked full-time on A's behalf (40 or more hours per week) and handled day-to-day corporate activities.
On a consolidated basis, including the finance operations, leverage was 1.2x as of Dec.
Crisp, who generally has a green light to steal second or third base, received no sign from the bench, though A's manager Bob Geren didn't seem concerned by the Crisp's gamble.  Crisp created the scoring opportunity by drawing a one-out walk, stealing second base, and moving to third on a ground out. 
Internal Market Commissioner Charlie McCreevy's services sent a letter to the Spanish government on 3 March requesting clarification on a decree enhancing the role of the authorities which may infringe EU rules on the freedom of establishment of companies and the free movement of capital.
Thus, payments are reportable by Y as Social Security and Medicare wages on A's Form W-2, together with the with-holding.