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Entities insured by the federal government should not be allowed in the future to lend to clients, directly or indirectly, to buy or finance financial instruments.
Primary muscles either directly or indirectly engaged: hip flexor, gluteals, abdominals, obliques, and low back.
Workers who were either directly or indirectly exposed performed worse on tests of memory, selective attention, verbal fluency, and abstraction compared with nonexposed workers.
173, a financial holding company may not, directly or indirectly, own, control or hold any share, asset or ownership interest pursuant to this subpart for a period that exceeds ten years.
The sabotage also affects West Coast Internet, the Web host for BidBay, and, indirectly, thousands of other companies whose Web space is provided and administered by West Coast Internet indirectly.
attitudes toward imported castings and, indirectly, toward China.
Similarly, the idiomatic expression "FUCKEM IF THEY CAN'T TAKE A JOKE" designates a shifting of blame, indirectly acknowledging complicity in some wrong-doing.
Although parents tell their children not to lie, they also inform them directly and indirectly that deception is sometimes socially appropriate," he says.
The IIA monitors legislation, regulations and pronouncements of other professional organizations throughout the world on matters that directly or indirectly impact the practice of internal auditing.
A foreign corporation acquires directly or indirectly substantially all of the properties of a domestic corporation (or the trade or business of a domestic partnership);
We're anticipating another' 180 jobs to be created indirectly.
44, Accounting for Certain Transactions Involving Stock Compensation, says that when a company directly or indirectly reprices its stock options it changes the terms of its stock compensation plan under the opinion, making it a variable plan.