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At a general meeting of the duly convened and held at Inksters, The Exchange 142 St Vincent Street G2 5LA on 27/11/2014, the following Resolutions were passed as a Special Resolution and an Ordinary Resolution respectively: "That the Company be wound up voluntarily, that Shane Biddlecombe and Gordon Johnston (IP numbers 9425 and 8616) of HJS Recovery, 12-14 Carlton Place Southampton SO15 2EA, be and are hereby appointed Joint Liquidators of the Company for the purposes of such winding up, and that the Joint Liquidators be authorised to act jointly and severally in the Liquidation.
Last revised in 1997, the guidelines state that Japan and the US will act jointly to deal with armed attacks against Japan.
The United States, a close ally of Britain, has said it could launch air strikes and act jointly with its arch-enemy Iran to shore up the Iraqi government after a rampage by Sunni Islamist insurgents across Iraq that has scrambled alliances in the Middle East.
The move is seen as a diplomatic breakthrough that underscores the West's desire to secure Tehran's help in Iraq and elsewhere after the United States, a close British ally, said it may launch air strikes and act jointly with arch-enemy Iran to shore up the Iraqi government.
The discussions included how the US and Pakistan can work together to identify their shared interests and act jointly on them, said a press release.
I told Gruevski that he loves his nation and therefore it will be very easy for him to communicate with Albanians to act jointly for the country's interests.
We would like to act jointly with Turkey regarding Somalia issue, he added.
THAT Kris Beighton of KPMG, 2nd Floor, Century Yard, Cricket Square, Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands, and Patrick Cowley of 8th Floor, Prince's Building, 10 Chater Road, Central, Hong Kong, be appointed joint voluntary liquidators of the Company with the power to act jointly and severally for the purposes thereof.
Through the ESPAS platform, airports and airlines will seek to establish a common industry security policy and act jointly with European rulemakers "to provide coherent, workable security measures that benefit both industry and the traveling public alike," the two industry bodies said in a joint statement.
Fabricated right where the beam emerges from an infrared microlaser, the patches act jointly as a tiny antenna that focuses the laser light.
Sam Morshead, Perth's general manager, said: "Some of our courses already provide free hot drinks and subsidised food, but it was decided that it would be a good thing to act jointly to show our appreciation of the work of stable staff, who often travel a long way to bring horses to Scotland.
will act jointly to deliver case management systems for the $24 billion social services and social security market in Europe.