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the type of procedures which will apply to a case under the Civil Procedure Rules.
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DealGator aggregates deals, makes it easy to filter deals based on personal preferences, and offers a powerful tool for keeping track of coupons acquired from various deal sites.
Even when you buy gas at the gas station, there's a disk somewhere that's moving around and keeping track of everything that's going on.
The label even has boxes for keeping track of washings.
Keeping track of who is coming to America will make the country safer, he says.
Megan's Law databases are supposed to help the public and police monitor convicted sex offenders by keeping track of their home and work addresses and other personal details.
Turning un the faucet will necessitate keeping track of your soil's moisture level by sticking your hand under the mulch in a few places and feeling the dirt, watching leaves for signs of wilting, and keeping track of interruptions in plant growth.
THE much-feared Labour chief whip in the Euro Parliament, Bill Miller, is extremely good at keeping track of MEPs.
The product has been under wraps in development for some time, but the recent BSA (Business Software Alliance) Software Legalisation Campaign has increased the demand for an automated software management product 100 fold, While software management is not a new problem, there are three critical 'hot spots' that pose the, greatest threats: 1) accurately keeping track of licenses in order to stay legally compliant; 2) accurately keeping track of the software inventory for each machine; and 3) the time and effort involved going to each machine to install new software or updates as they occur.
Ability to Handle Details: Keeping track of all the factors--from investments to disbursements--is a huge undertaking that few people can handle without becoming baffled.