d) Country refers
to the country indicated in the Data Sheet.
Using tools or some organs to refer
to an action or performance.
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However, in those cases, it usually referred to effeminacy, the proof or sign of which would be penetration; it did not refer
to the sexual act itself.
Providers will refer
to health care organizations that:
to the American Revolutionary War, a conflict that created a nation that the current war was threatening to tear apart.
One may refer
to a major volume published in 2000 in Kuwait on the impact of environmental pollution on development in the Gulf region.
The second dimension of the conceptual model involves potential and encountered discriminations--the former refers
to possible discrimination as a result of disclosing one's sexual orientation, and the latter refers
to discriminatory practices encountered by the person.
There is no reason to think that the legislative history is referring to any limitation period, because it never refers
to the general limitation period in Sec.
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The chance to earn extra cash motivated Eric Lee, a software engineer, to refer
two friends to Tellabs, a telecommunications company in Lisle, Illinois.
that managed care organizations (MCOs) refer
to nursing home care recipients as consumers, whose value lies in their ability and willingness to purchase MCO goods and services; they are also covered lives, because managed care operates in an insurance context;