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Moreover, the 49 youth, 20 of whom are involved in rice value chain and 29 in cassava production, will bear the expense of meeting the operational and maintenance expense and also pay 50% of the expense of the machine as significant part of their cost share arrangement.
SPORTS minister Sarbananda Sonowal is likely to take a final call on Monday on whether the government will bear the expense of some of the teams for the Asian Games with football, handball and basketball under intense scrutiny.
Until then, our clients, the courts, and society will bear the expense of rookies learning "on the fly.
Families have previously had to sleep on put-me-up-beds or have had to bear the expense of renting accommodation for many months.
At a time of economic downturn, audits are going to cost more and companies will have to bear the expense of putting in new programs to be in compliance with government and stock exchange rules.
Judge David Anderson said he did not believe the State should have to bear the expense of his incaceration and he should be dealt with in America.
Four centuries of maritime sue-and-labor litigation have created a useful framework for analyzing these Y2K-remediation complaints--a framework that incorporates important assumptions about who should bear the expense of protecting covered property against loss or damage.
This settlement is representative of one of the fundamental principles of the Superfund program: those responsible for contamination should bear the expense of cleaning it up," said Jeff Zelikson, director of U.
The interns bear the expense of traveling to the Washington, DC, area (the FBI does not conduct the program in its field offices), as well as their lodging expenses.
In addition, the company must bear the expense of all taxes on trust contributions and income until the benefits are actually paid, making rabbi trusts expensive.
Gutstein and Frisoli have offered to bear the expense of the virtual meeting and look forward to a productive dialogue.
If you buy something that is to last a lifetime you cannot normally expect that a supplier will have to bear the expense of fitting it each time a defect arises throughout its lifetime.