Which makes that little pocket part
of music history.
4) Always start with the pocket part
. Whether you are starting from a rule or a statute, go first to the pocket part
of Florida Statutes Annotated for the latest case law.
Included with the purchase of the set are annual pocket part
supplements and advanced legislative service pamphlets, during session.
With this trend in mind, the editors of Volume 115 have launched The Pocket Part
(http://www.thepocketpart.org), an online companion to the Journal.
It may relieve some of the hassle but they will pocket part
of any compensation.
The move was criticised by Steve McCabe (Lab Hall Green) who said: 'I question the morality of this effort to pocket part
of the Government's payment to these brave people.'
Do not worry about the 1986 date-the book contains a "pocket part
" for periodic updates of law and cases.
Trade and industry minister Don Touhig slammed claim handlers who pocket part
of the families' health compensation packages in the Commons.
Back in Charlottesville in the mid 70's, we learned to "shepardize." We learned to use "pocket parts
." When I first began to practice law, I dictated my letters to a secretary, who sat across from me and took my dictation down in shorthand.
"The images show the Tyne packed with colliers and coal, icons of the National Garden Festival, the monorail and ferris wheel, and shots of residents enjoying the pocket parts
and communal areas of what has become one of Britain's bestknown housing developments."
Some children have been known to pocket parts
of their Friday lunches so that they at least will have something to eat on the weekend.
These online updates serve as "electronic pocket parts
" and the special link allows use of the same research techniques for both the discs and the update databases.