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continuation

(Prolongation), noun addition, adsiduitas, augmentation, continuance, continuatio, extension, lengthening, maintenance, perpetuation, perseverance, persistence, preservation, protraction, stretching, sustaining, sustenance
Associated concepts: continuation of a business, continuaaion of a condition, continuation of a fact, continuation of a lien, continuation of an easement, continuation of service

continuation

(Resumption), noun carrying on, fresh start, new beginning, new start, proceeding, reestablishment, recommencement, recurrence, reinstitution, renewal, reopening, restoration, return, reversion, supplementation
Associated concepts: continuation of a proceeding, continuution of a suit
See also: adjournment, appendix, continuance, continuity, extension, longevity, perpetuity, rider, supplement, survival
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Each of the 19 DB4 GT Zagato Continuation cars is being built at Aston Martin Works to the highest possible quality using a blend of Sir David Brown-era old world craftsmanship, with the sympathetic application of modern engineering advancements and performance enhancements.
A digital body buck has, for instance, been created to allow Aston Martin engineers to examine minute details of the forthcoming Continuation cars in ways that were, clearly, unavailable to the original cars' makers.
non-serialized continuations, and applicants may file an RCE multiple
In contrast to non-serialized continuations, serialized
Between these poles, there is a series of instances that are more open to interpretation: some motifs are clearly derived from the Continuations (178-90, and, probably, 201-12), while elsewhere the influence of the Continuations seems rather indirect or not necessarily prominent: it is the case with the instances discussed on pages 167-78, since the transformation of Gauvain's character in later Arthurian verse romance is already foreshadowed in Chretien's CdG.
All the borrowings from the Continuations analyzed by Hinton can be traced back only to CdG and C1, with only the Fergus making a possible allusion to Perceval's Mont Dolereus adventure in the Second Continuation (C2).
modify claim language in continuations can be problematic.
exist for continuations, continuations-in-part, and RCEs, Lemley and
The change in continuation practice will also impact all patent families with pending applications.
But he told the boxer he would have it noted in the court records he could not see a basis for any further continuation.
It is hard to imagine that CD and EF are continuations of AB or that the transaction is a division.
708(b)(2)(A), a partnership resulting from a merger of partnerships is deemed the continuation of any merging partnership whose members own more than 50% of the capital and profits interests.