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If there is some kind of business from which they are excluded, let some heroic Woman enter upon that business.
Human nervous systems/brains do not take kindly to such repeated, persistent frustrations; they literally break down, self-restructure in a dis-integrative way; they may enter upon a continuum of destructive evaluation, a gradient from annoyed to despairing.
But when persons enter upon the redeemed way of life through faith in Jesus Christ, and then seek in every area of experience to do the right and the good as a faithful reflection of their new relation to God, their ethics is simply redemption come to its proper unfolding" (p.
Yet, with all this scope of precedent, I now enter upon the same task for the brief constitutional term of four years under great and peculiar difficulty.
We look forward to working with Dot VN as they enter upon this exciting phase of expansion for the Company.
If Needed, In Some Instances Where The Property Is Fenced, Block Or Posted, The Surveyor Shall Be Responsible For Securing Permission To Enter Upon The Property To Be Surveyed, To Access The Adjoining Properties, Or To Access Any Offsite Easements.
Based on Republic Act 7166, "no person elected to any public office shall enter upon the duties of his office until he has filed the Statement of Contributions and Expenditures".
The employer shall give each employee, where practicable, three months notice of the date upon which he or she will enter upon leave and in any event, such notice shall not be less than 28 days.
What we need is a class of persons who are to make teaching their business, who enter upon it as a profession, and who feel that they have a reputation to acquire and maintain.
There is no week, nor day, nor hour, when tyranny may not enter upon this country, if the people lose their supreme confidence in themselves, and lose their roughness and spirit of defiance.
Q ACCORDING to the deeds of our house, we have the full and free right and liberty at all reasonable times to enter upon our neighbour's land for the purpose of repairing, renewing or maintaining the boundary wall between our houses.