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Issues of good access to specialized physicians, exercise, diet, and recreation become at least as important to us as to anyone growing older in America.
These same comments urged accelerating finality of the inclusion ratio so that gift tax values would become final for inclusion ratio purposes as adjusted in the transferor's estate.
Commanders should allow these decentralized operations to become more participatory and to function with minimal interference from headquarters.
Tien rose through the administrative ranks at Berkeley to become vice chancellor of research.
will become senior vice president and director, Retail Operations, responsible for the operations and management of all the company's retail projects.
Statistical analysis to measure player performance has become so sophisticated over the last quarter century that traditional tools like batting average and earned run average have been augmented and in some cases even replaced by more encompassing measurements like on-base percentage, which became an official statistic in 1984, and the more revolutionary OPS--a term that combines a player's on-base percentage and slugging percentage.
It has even become a trial of her husband, Michael Schiavo, and whether he just wants to get rid of his wife so can get the money from her medical malpractice lawsuit for himself and marry his girlfriend, who has given birth to their two children.
Storage security has become the newest storage management discipline.
Option 2: Astley High becomes secondary school; middle schools close; Seaton Delaval becomes primary on Whytrig Middle site; Seaton Sluice First becomes primary on middle school site; other firsts become primaries.
and Thomas answers, "Master, my mouth is wholly incapable of saying whom you are like," Jesus replies, "I am not your master, because you have drunk, and have become drunk from the same stream which I measured out.
Option 2: Duchess to become secondary on new site; middle schools to close; Whittingham becomes a primary with satellite at Branton; Felton and Swarland merge at Felton; Seahouses becomes a primary school on the middle school site; all other first schools become primaries.