put forth for consideration

See: offer, propose
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The corporate governance guidelines include (i) a resignation policy, which generally provides that a director who does not receive a majority of votes "For" his or her election at a meeting of shareholders shall be deemed to have tendered his or her resignation, subject to the Board's acceptance or rejection of such resignation, which Board determination will be disclosed publicly to Fund shareholders; and (ii) a policy requiring that after an Independent Director has served on the Board for three full terms of three years following the later of the appointment of the Fund's then-current investment manager of the Fund or the initial election of the director by the Fund's stockholders to the Board, the Director will be put forth for consideration by shareholders annually.
The biotechnology industry also is particularly concerned about the possibility of future government mandates of pricing of new therapeutics and biotechnology-derived products, similar to those put forth for consideration in 1992 when Hillary Rodham Clinton proposed to overhaul the healthcare system.
The governance guidelines include (i) a resignation policy, which generally provides that a director who does not receive a majority of votes "For" his or her election at a meeting of stockholders shall be deemed to have tendered his or her resignation, subject to a Board's acceptance or rejection of such resignation, which Board determination will be disclosed publicly to Fund stockholders; and (ii) a policy requiring that after an Independent Director has served on the Board for three full terms of three years following the engagement of the existing investment manager of the Fund that Independent Director will be put forth for consideration by stockholders annually.
Liberation and Amalgamated have agreed to withdraw the stockholder proposals recently put forth for consideration at Bally's upcoming annual meeting.
At the company's Annual Meeting of Shareholders held June 20, the shareholders of Peerless Systems Corporation (Nasdaq: PRLS) overwhelmingly approved matters put forth for consideration in the Company's Proxy Statement dated May 23, 2000, including the election of four directors to serve on Peerless Systems Board during the coming year.
The governance guidelines include (i) a resignation policy, which generally provides that a director who does not receive a majority of votes "For" his or her election at a meeting of shareholders shall be deemed to have tendered his or her resignation, subject to a Board's acceptance or rejection of such resignation, which Board determination will be disclosed publicly to Fund shareholders; and (ii) a policy requiring that after an Independent Director has served on the Board for three full terms of three years following the later of (x) engagement of the existing investment manager of the Fund or (y) the director's election to the Board, the Director will be put forth for consideration by shareholders annually.
All matters put forth for consideration by the shareholders were approved, including the election of each nominee as a director of the Corporation for the ensuing year, as follows:
Nasdaq: VLNC) overwhelmingly approved matters put forth for consideration in the Company's Proxy Statement dated January 28, 2000, including the election of four directors to serve on Valence Technology's Board during the coming year.