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The main provisionary clause consists of ten words only; this means the remaining 91 words are meant to provide the "essential flesh" in the form of qualifications.
The council started out as a steering committee of 16 people who brainstormed administrative options, which they took to the larger community and got the mandate to set up the provisionary council that has served them until now.
President Heuss himself reflected at the end of the decade that "what had begun as a provisionary response, [had] become a foregone conclusion.
HCFA announced a provisionary payment policy of $40 per administration with a $30 supplement for injections of 10,000 units or more.
In proposing the magic of language as a revelation which translates into social agency, Ducornet's fiction envisions the possibility of Eden's reconstitution (JC 158) and thus moves beyond a nihilistic deconstruction to point the way toward a feminist subjectivity which, like sexuality itself, is provisionary, temporary, changing, fluid, and multiple.
Benedict, where Abbot Smith had earlier signed a provisionary agreement for land.
These measures were in addition to earlier ones including the suspension of European aid, an arms embargo and visa restrictions on members of the Provisionary Ruling Council, the Federal Executive Committee and their families.
LanChile" or "the Company") (NYSE: LFL) Chile's largest domestic and international airline, announces that at an Ordinary Board of Directors' Meeting held on December 26, 2002, the Board authorized payment of a provisionary cash dividend to be charged to the corresponding 2002 earnings in the amount of US$ 0.