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Debate 13 pertains to outpatient mental health commitments for clients.
The third component pertains to the methods of study employed in that science.
More important issues pertain to the module's intended audience.
The draft version contains more than 1,100 such items, arranged in a hierarchy, that pertain only to commercial and industrial enterprises.
Since the loan has already been funded, the relevance of the analysis pertains to the borrower's ability to contribute to the exit strategy.
Some of the information discussed at FOMC meetings is inherently confidential - for example, because it pertains to individual firms and was obtained under a promise of confidentiality, or, in some instances, because it pertains to confidential matters in other countries.
internal audit reports) that pertains to the authenticity and integrity of the records be furni shed.
The Kodak patent in Japan pertains to recording heads with a magnetic gap of 0.
This pertains to construction and use of the ring levee and roads to protect the site and to provide access.
A major problem of CRTs, adopted on the state level as being mandated, pertains to their lack in having been tried out in pilot studies to take out weak test items, but not to spread pupils out from high to low as is true of standardized tests.
The question is whether it pertains to the most recent election or the next election in 1998,'' said Cameron Smyth, Knight's deputy chief of staff, who said the new law also would prohibit the senator from raising funds until March 1999, the year before his re-election.
The "Seamless Expansion" family of patents pertains to methods for media telescoping, such as the cinematic insertion of ancillary or advertising content into IP video streams.