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Marc Anthony Lee Boden, 25, of Bridge Road, central Stockton, given a 12-month conditional discharge, and ordered to pay PS300 compensation for criminal damage.
Since orders are transmitted to the lab or ancillary department when they are ordered it is difficult to order them pm in most systems.
Community order for 12 months and ordered to pay PS60 compensation and PS60 victim surcharge.
He was given a community order, a restraining order, ordered to pay pounds 195 compensation and pounds 85 costs.
Instead, it limited the carrier's indemnity obligation to "damages," meaning "money ordered by a court."
With regard to homosexual inclinations, the Letter Homosexualitatis problema states that "Although the particular inclination of the homosexual person is not a sin, it is a more or less strong tendency ordered toward an intrinsic moral evil; and thus the inclination itself must be seen as an objective disorder" (n.
* Guangzhou Paper Co., Ltd., Guangdong, China has ordered a printing paper machine from Metso Paper and its joint venture company Valmet-Xian Machinery.
The JSLIST jacket or trousers must be ordered from Defense Supply Center-Philadelphia (DSCP).
Reg ordered rum as Ilya, Rod, Lana, Dan, Aldo Ray, Lisa murdered Roger
While the first tip helps your client verify she ordered the goods, it does not provide assurance regarding the quantities involved.
On July 17, the physician ordered 10 mg (i.e., doubled the dose) of Coumadin and asked the lab to draw another INR the next day.
Ordered by the House of Commons to be printed, 22 July 2002.
The traditional role of magnetic neutron scattering is the measurement of magnetic Bragg intensities in the magnetically ordered regime, which can be used to determine the spin configuration and directions of the atomic magnetic moments as a function of temperature, pressure, and applied magnetic field, on single crystals samples, powders, thin films and artificially grown multilayers (1).
The "7 who 'ordered' but included no payment" seems about right.
After the disastrous 1999 online holiday shopping season, which left many consumers waiting for gifts they ordered online, the FTC (which enforces the rule) initiated Project TooLate.com, which resulted in several e-tailers paying a collective $1.5 million in civil penalties.