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continuation

(Prolongation), noun addition, adsiduitas, augmentation, continuance, continuatio, extension, lengthening, maintenance, perpetuation, perseverance, persistence, preservation, protraction, stretching, sustaining, sustenance
Associated concepts: continuation of a business, continuaaion of a condition, continuation of a fact, continuation of a lien, continuation of an easement, continuation of service

continuation

(Resumption), noun carrying on, fresh start, new beginning, new start, proceeding, reestablishment, recommencement, recurrence, reinstitution, renewal, reopening, restoration, return, reversion, supplementation
Associated concepts: continuation of a proceeding, continuution of a suit
See also: adjournment, appendix, continuance, continuity, extension, longevity, perpetuity, rider, supplement, survival
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Practice continuation agreements that establish who will operate or buy a firm in the event of a sole practitioner's death or disability are critical, but the PCPS survey found just 8% of the surveyed sole practitioners had them--and those that did sometimes neglected to think through some important aspects.
The continuation rate was 90% at 6 months and 79% at 12 months, a finding that is surprising given that there is no evidence that tolerability of oxcarbazepine is dramatically better than it is with the other drugs compared.
If the 30-second continuation set hadn't been utilized, the athlete would have performed 41 reps without the aid of a spotter.
With Whom Should a Practice Continuation Agreement Be Established?
In 1986, 67 employees - less than 2%-used the wage continuation benefit for an average of 9 days each.
I think the senior enlisted continuation board is a very important process for us.
Schools: Three elementary, two middle, one high, one alternative, one continuation, one community-day in Mojave, Cantil and California City
According to Gallagher Benefit Services, an insurance agency and employee benefits consulting firm based in Itasca, Illinois, USERRA requires employers to offer reservists and their dependents medical, hospital, dental and prescription drug coverage that conforms to the optional continuation provisions of the Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act (COBRA).
A threshold issue in partnership mergers and divisions is determining, in a merger, whether the resulting partnership is deemed a continuation of a merging partnership(4) or, in the case of a division, whether any of the resulting partnerships are continuations of the prior partnership.
With a lessening supply of Class A space in Midtown, we see a continuation of a market trend to higher asking rents and a reduction of concessions packages.
The state continuation law is complex with many players including carriers, employers, employees and dependents.
Contract award notice: Control of continuation projects digital inventory plans - current.