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The cowboys of old, and even those today, do not comport with the definition of a modern man: feminized, metro-sexual, in touch with his feelings.
Some of those provisions don't comport with the new Sarbanes-Oxley standards, so the NAIC is looking at its existing audit rule and pairing that up with the new standards to see where changes in state laws that govern insurers should be made," Kaiser said.
292 27-1-0 Added to make the rule for criminal offenses comport with Rule 6.
Whether it would be extended to securities traders and commodities dealers and traders would depend on whether the extension would comport with the principles described above.
In advancing this view, Clover usefully draws on studies of family behavior from the social sciences to frame questions about how gender and birth order might comport with what she sees as an "egalitarian" impulse underlying relations among siblings.
It does not comport with reason," it said, "that one will denude himself of all his earnings during a long period of years without making some provision for old age.
Almost none of the accountability features appear to comport with the requirements of the No Child Left Behind Act, the basic provisions of which have been known since the summer of 2001.
Head movements should comport with verbal denials or affirmations.
The court also held that a letter justifying the removal of the prisoner from the program solely on the basis of a parole hold did not comport with the due process requirement for a statement of the reasons.
I]t would not comport with `traditional notions of fair play and substantial justice' for Arizona to exercise personal jurisdiction over an allegedly infringing Florida Web site advertiser who has no contacts with Arizona other than maintaining a home page that is accessible to Arizonans, and everyone else, over the Internet .
Does it comport with the letter and spirit of section 2 (b) of the Charter?