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In the description of the principal outrages, reference has been had to the best authorities of that time, such as they are; the account given in this Tale, of all the main features of the Riots, is substantially correct.
Does the sister suffer under any stigma because of the impossible accusation-- groundless would be a better word--that was made against the father, and substantially withdrawn?
at least one substantially longitudinal segment having a substantially longitudinal orientation; and
0% of a C8 to C10 alkylpolyglucoside wherein the alkyl group is substantially C8 alkyl, substantially C10 alkyl, or a mixture of substantially C8 and C10 alkyl; 0.
The dollar volume for loan origination requests processed by Cambridge Realty Capital Companies in 2006 was substantially higher than the year-end total for the previous year, chairman Jeffrey A.
The last of those changes adds new options for firms and their substantially equivalent personnel.
Under the proposed regulations, if a service provider receives a partnership interest of profits or capital that is substantially vested and not subject to a substantial risk of forfeiture, or substantially nonvested with a Sec.
2701(e)(5) for a transfer in which the transferor and certain designated family members own substantially identical interests before and after the transfer.
Postexposure vaccines would initially have a substantially greater impact, compared to preexposure vaccines, on reducing the number of new cases of disease.
In addition, this invention provides a substantially purified Jagged protein, as well as a substantially purified nucleic acid or segment thereof encoding Jagged protein, or a functionally equivalent derivative, or allelic or species variant thereof.
1) Analyses contrasting 655 women with ovarian cancer and 3,899 controls revealed that ever-users of the pill have a substantially reduced risk of developing any type of invasive ovarian cancer compared with never-users (odds ratio, 0.
On October 17, 2002, the Treasury Department and Internal Revenue Service issued guidance under sections 6011 and 6112 of the Internal Revenue Code substantially modifying the rules relating to the disclosure and reporting of certain transactions under Temp.