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Fang was at that moment perusing a leading article in a newspaper of the morning, adverting to some recent decision of his, and commending him, for the three hundred and fiftieth time, to the special and particular notice of the Secretary of State for the Home Department.
Recent decisions, however, have exhibited an increased willingness among cargo and hull insurers to pursue alternate theories of recovery.
She was gratified to note, however, that a few recent decisions may be signaling a change, as the court increasingly acknowledges legal standards set by the "global community.
The recent decisions by Grasso and the Industrial Development Agency are the latest pitfalls in a project that has been plagued by obstacles since it was announced in December 1998.
In light of the Tax Court's recent decisions in Michael B.
The three circuit court newsletters offer summaries of recent decisions by the U.
Although the outcome is far from certain, new legislation introduced with bipartisan backing and recent decisions by the Clinton administration are seen as significant steps in that direction.
In court, lawyers for Columbia Union College argued that Supreme Court decisions from the 1970s barring state aid to "pervasively sectarian" colleges have in effect been overturned by more recent decisions.
Hunter said the sphere of influence issue is relevant now because of several recent decisions by the supervisors that will have an impact on Moorpark's quality of life, Hunter said.
An outline of the central holdings and legal underpinnings of the two recent decisions by Judge Lewis Kaplan in the Stein case.
Surrounding property: A number of recent decisions have addressed whether large surrounding property will be included as part of a personal residence.
In light of these recent decisions, the company is evaluating its prospects both in Europe and the United States.

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