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No common operations or financial interdependency, and no intermingling of assets or liabilities of the Cordish Entities exists, or should be deemed to exist, as a result of the potential common reference to multiple independent entities operating under the names "Cordish," "The Cordish Companies" or "The Cordish Company" here or elsewhere.
As a result of this project, researchers in all areas of plant science will be able to find common reference points for comparative analysis of genomics and genetics data.
The guidebook will be used as a common reference for restructuring government apparatus institutions and developing organizational structures.
As a consequence of this, the phrase going "over the border" entered the local vocabulary and became a common reference for St Hilda's.
The standard is the first to define energy-efficiency metrics and measurement methods for live RANs, providing a common reference to evaluate their performance.
MobileV provides a common reference platform for OEMs building durable and rugged class handhelds and industrial tablets.
MobileV provides a common reference platform for OEMs building multiple device form factors to include durable and rugged class handhelds and industrial tablets by combining Windows Embedded 8.
Another indicator recorded in the report, the purchasing power standard (PPS), an "artificial common reference currency that eliminates general price level differences between countries," ranks Cyprus as the most expensive household electricity supplier with 28.
When expressed in purchasing power standards (PPS), an artificial common reference currency that eliminates general price level differences between countries, it can be seen that, relative to the cost of other goods and services, the price of electricity in Cyprus was the highest in the EU28 , having reached in the second half of 2013 to 28.
This is a consequence of the NSA matter, or affair," she said, using the common reference in Germany to the reports on American intelligence activities.
This is a consequence of the NSA matter, or affair,'' she said, using the common reference in Germany to the reports on U.