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He, meanwhile, reiterated that the consensus of the Senate during Tuesday's caucus is to vote separately.
Puno also noted that during the 1935 Constitution, both chambers of Congress held meetings jointly but voted separately.
Separately administered DTaP and IPV vaccines are currently used to complete these recommended immunizations.
Although the notice provides welcome relief from backup withholding, and some relief from having to separately ascertain when exempt interest is AMT interest, payers will still have to compile and report information on exempt interest paid for the over four months before the statute was enacted.
FAS 156 requires all separately recognized servicing assets and servicing liabilities to be initially measured at fair value, if practicable.
Both of these local real estate investment groups had been separately pursuing the development site and ultimately dropped their competing bids and bought the property together.
Although the Army no longer issues bulk lots of FRH separately from MRE, it did in the past.
Heat flows are measured separately on the sample and reference sides, thus a homogenous sensor temperature is not required.
A married couple who has filed jointly in the past and made joint estimated income tax payments for the current tax year may decide to file separately for that year.
Learn the first three lines of the second page hands separately.
It would seem to make more sense to add X months or subtract X months of full data and then pull out foreign amounts and other adjustments separately from the initial 12-month amounts and then to do the same for the months being added or subtracted.
The fund's board of directors, which met around the same time at the annual meeting, asked that fund representatives be given voice and vote at General Synod in order to regain the participation lost when the fund was separately incorporated in 2001.

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