Common seal

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COMMON SEAL, A seal used by a corporation. See Corporation.

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With 6,000-year-old sand dunes, Northern Ireland's largest and most important common seal colony, a critically important wintering population of twites, [and] the largest flocks of sanderlings in the whole of Ireland, this area, along with the rest of Lecale, is extremely important.
Co-author Fodel emphasized that the species in the new report are not yet in dire straits: The ringed seal, for example, is still the most common seal in the Arctic.
AF300819), a marine mammal strain of Brucella isolated from a common seal (7).
The common seal of Puduhepa and her son may be assigned a date similar to that of the two Ramses letters mentioned.
The petitioners have contended that in terms of section 3(2) of State Bank of Pakistan Act, 1956, the SBP is a corporate body having perpetual succession and a common seal.
The common seal pup was spotted by a member of the public on a beach in Towyn, near Abergele, on Sunday.
The board would be having perpetual succession and common seal with the powers to acquire and dispose of property both movable and immovable, it said.
This is true for other common seal materials such as EPDM or silicone, as well.
As well as the prestigious honour being bestowed upon them at a civic reception, three Illuminated Minutes under the Common Seal of the Council were presented for display at the Town Hall, by the Royal Regiment of Fusiliers at their barracks and the Tower of London.
But Simon gets under the water and captures remarkable footage of the rich underwater life - the common seal, starfish, dead men's fingers and moon jellyfish.
50 Years Ago The Droitwich Rural Council for nearly 20 years has been using on its documents a common seal, now been found to be illegal.