The Eugene City Council voted Monday to put some teeth into
previously approved goals to reduce the city's fossil fuel use and carbon emissions.
The move finally put some teeth into
EU opposition to settlements built on territory Israel seized in a 1967 war and which are now home to more than 500,000 Israelis.
He said China, like the U.S., wanted denuclearization, adding, "If that's your policy, you've got to put some teeth into
"The new policy will finally put some teeth into
Under the federal WARN Act, those companies that employ more than 100 people are required to issue a warning before instituting a layoff, but two years ago the state Legislature passed a law lowering the threshold to 75 workers, as well as attempting to put some teeth into
California has put some teeth into
existing rules that require owners of real property to proactively evaluate every transaction involving entities owning real estate in California to determine whether a notice need be filed with the California Board of Equalization.
Supporters said this fine would put some teeth into
provisions that often require agencies and programs to file a report with the Legislature and noted the state can currently do little or nothing if these reports are not filed.
Clinton defended her vote by noting that it ''gives us the options to be able to impose sanctions on the primary leaders to try to begin to put some teeth into
all this talk about dealing with Iran.'' That's right.
filed formal complaints with the WTO last week, seeking to put some teeth into
efforts to clamp down on bootleg DVDs, CDs and other goods, Chinese officials reacted with "strong dissatisfaction," according to the Xinhua news agency.
Ayer again delivers another of the world's finest actors revelling in the chance to put some teeth into
a troubled soul.
One of the best ways to put some teeth into
what you are communicating and demonstrating to your legislators is to provide them with facts and figures to back up the good work you do in your communities.
Block's recent ID Consult column "Put Some Teeth Into
Your Exam" (July 2003, p.
To put some teeth into
it, try to retain as much as 25 percent until you're satisfied.
In this case, the court put some teeth into
the provision of the Veterans Judicial Review Act, which commands BVA to give reasons or bases for its decisions and to accord the veteran the benefit of the doubt as instructed by the act.