Saenz redeemed himself a bit with a solo home run in the sixth, but Capuano allowed
only five hits in seven innings, walked one and struck out eight.
Audit documentation is not allowed
to be deleted after the report issuance date under CBA rules, but the PCAOB appears to allow deletions prior to the documentation completion date.
However, be aware that users are allowed
to create their own settings for the second option, so we suggest your group agrees on a common policy.
The availability of the Web, handheld computers and wireless communication offer enormous potential, but have thus far allowed
us to add speed and convenience to traditional aspects of schooling without transforming the learning experience.
Only authorized customers with valid user identifications and passwords are allowed
access, and the system will only allow submission for the authorized country.
States also vary in the length of time allowed
for extensions of time to file and pay; while Alabama and Maine allow 10 years, Texas allows only four years.
Should the word "lean" be allowed
only fresh meat and poultry?
AAWW) (Nasdaq: AAWW), a leading provider of global air cargo services, has begun distribution of 406,464 shares of AAWW's common stock to holders of allowed
general unsecured claims against AAWW and certain of its subsidiaries pursuant to the terms of a Joint Plan of Reorganization under which AAWW and the subsidiaries emerged from Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection on July 27, 2004.
Last week, the City Council shot down a proposed ordinance that would have allowed
a breeder holding a special-use permit to keep up to 40 dogs and 25 cats, including offspring.
Under this law, individuals age 50 and older are allowed
to contribute an extra $500 to qualified retirement savings for 2002-05.
Only authorized customers, with valid user IDs and passwords, are allowed
access and the system will only allow submission for the authorized country.
of Spencer, 1995, rev'g TC Memo 1992-579, the Sixth Circuit allowed
a marital deduction for a qualified terminable interest property (QTIP) trust in which the executor had discretion as to the amount to be placed in it.