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It gave the explanation, gave sanity to the pranks of this atavistic brain of mine that, modern and normal, harked back to a past so remote as to be contemporaneous with the raw beginnings of mankind.
The search of the area within the arrestee's immediate control and the items within that area must be contemporaneous to the arrest.
Those courts that do not view a purse as immediately associated with the arrestee require the search of the purse to be contemporaneous with the arrest.
The search of automobiles must be contemporaneous with the arrest of an occupant of the vehicle.
The new substantiation rules for charitable contributions require that written acknowledgment for a contribution must be contemporaneous.
The Transition is hoped to be contemporaneous with ISee3D's upcoming Annual General Meeting, which is scheduled for Friday May 6th, 2005, at 11 a.
Hechinger's payments to UFP were not intended to be contemporaneous exchanges for new value as a result of the credit terms provided by UFP, even though the timing of the payments roughly coincided with UFP's shipments of comparable value to Hechinger.
The existence of a credit relationship did not preclude a court's finding that Hechinger and UFP had intended the alleged preference payments to be contemporaneous exchanges for new value.
To qualify for the contemporaneous exchange for new value defense, the payment at issue must have been intended to be contemporaneous with the sale or with the provision of the services.
If the check is promptly deposited by the creditor and honored by the debtor's bank, the payment will be deemed to be contemporaneous even if the check actually takes several days to clear through the banking system.