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An initial survey conducted in May as part the environmental impact report for both the Hasley/Sloan Canyon and Northlake sites turned up possible homes for the songbird whose presence could complicate plans to build a high school to serve the area by 2008.
HIV Law covers a lot of medical, legal, and psychological ground, simplifying the merry-go-round ride through a legal system that can often complicate an HIV diagnosis.
Difficulties in enforcing digital copyrights may complicate that practice, Levoy says.
However, the city staff is recommending that the council on Tuesday stop short of terminating the agreement, which could complicate the continued operation of the Santa Clarita Metrolink Station.
cost of terrorism insurance may complicate lease negotiations.
To further complicate comparisons, many generalists will consult with specialists on complicated cases, but medical records do not always show that, says Carolyn Clancy of the Agency for Health Care Policy and Research in Rockville, Md.