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Lawyers who practice in Florida--regardless of whether they reside in the state--even if they have only one client (such as in-house counsel or if they represent governmental entities) are required to designate an inventory attorney.
Like Pennsylvania, Florida took several million dollars worth of federal EMS grants in the seventies and began to designate trauma centers but failed to come up with a comprehensive state-wide plan.
The 7,398 acres of excluded land in Santa Clarita includes San Francisquito Creek, which runs from the Angeles National Forest south to the Santa Clara River, and would have cost $21 million to designate as critical habitat.
The divorce or separation instrument must not designate nonalimony treatment.
The leader will be required to designate the location of the huddle by raising an arm and calling loudly enough for his teammates to hear him.
780), introduced as companion bills by Senator Alan Cranston and Representative Mel Levine, would designate 4.
However, the even greater concern was the Garamendi's attempt to give these distorted opinions the force of law by wrongly attempting to designate them as a aprecedential decision.
Islamabad, October 05, 2011 (Frontier Star): Ambassadors designate from various countries on Tuesday presented their credential to President Asif Ali Zardari at an impressive ceremony held at the Aiwan-e-Sadr on Tuesday.
The instrument does not designate the payments as something other than alimony.
Since Halloween falls on a Monday this year, highway safety authorities expect Halloween partiers to be out in full force this weekend, making it a particularly dangerous time to be on the roadways because of impaired drivers who fail to designate a sober driver.
ISLAMABAD, July 30, 2011 (Frontier Star): Ambassadors and High Commissioners designate to different countries separately called on President Asif Ali Zardari here at Aiwan-e-Sadr on Friday.