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A bank account that topped the single P500,000 deposit does not obligate a bank to automatically report to the Anti-Money Laundering Council (AMLC) for investigation if there is no predicate crime such as graft and corruption, piracy or illegal drug trafficking, he added.
First, the alleged violations of AMLA, there will be violations if there are predicate crimes.
Here the task for non-naturalists is to explain just how the predicate "has grace" manages to refer to grace rather than delicacy, given that the ways in which these predicates are used are almost identical.
In this circumstance, the owner must serve a predicate notice called a 30-day notice of termination.
The FDA s evaluation found that Camel Crush Bold, Pall Mall Deep Set Recessed Filter, Pall Mall Deep Set Recessed Filter Menthol and Vantage Tech 13 cigarettes were not substantially equivalent (NSE) to their respective predicate products (i.
In chapter one, all this is laid out, and throughout the book, Edwards states that there are basically four roles for properties, two metaphysical (to ground similarities among objects, justified by the one over many argument; to ground an object's causal powers) and two semantic (to provide something to serve as the meaning or reference of predicate terms; to serve as the referent of abstract singular terms, justified by the reference and the quantification argument).
A predicate is a device cleared because it was deemed equivalent to one already on the market.
The example sentences that have been analyzed in this research are all naturally-occurring data mainly withdrawn from the British National Corpus (BNC) (128 examples containing the predicate join and 28 containing the predicate attach) and, in the case of the predicate attach, from other sources such as the Corpus of American Contemporary English (COCA, 6 examples), the Corpus of Historical American English (COHA, 5 examples) and Google searches (55 examples) (4).
154) Courts could characterize civil RICO based on the alleged predicate offenses, the nature of the relief requested, or as a distinctive separate offense.
The Subject and the Predicate in Votic, Tallinn 2010 (Linguistica Uralica.
2) In dealing with argument structure, the LCM organizes lexical items into predicate classes associated with a semantic domain by making use of a decompositional system that captures syntactically relevant semantic meaning.