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v. 1) to place a notice on the entrance or a prominent place on real property, such as a notice to quit (leave), pay rent, or a notice of intent to conduct a sheriff's sale, which requires mailing of a copy to the occupant to complete service of the notice. 2) to place a legal notice on a designated public place at the courthouse. 3) a commercial term for recording a payment. 4) to mail.

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POST. After. When two or more alienations or descents have taken place between an original intruder ant or defendant in a writ of entry, the writ is said to be in the post, because it states that the tenant had not entry unless after the ouster of the original intruder. 3 Bl. Com. 182. See Entry, limit of.

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Over the next few months, Posen will work with Delta employees to better understand the specialized needs of Delta's active workforce.
Asked to comment on reports earlier this month that Mr King had overstepped a line by throwing his support behind Chancellor George Osborne's plans, Mr Posen said: "There was a difference of opinion in our May meeting over a particular paragraph in the report talking about the need for a particular speed with which to deal with the fiscal policy.
Mr Posen, of the Bank's monetary policy committee, said: "My forecast is the Government's plans for 2011 and 2012 will have a material down-drag on inflation and on growth."
of Jerusalem) presents a volume in a project that is unique in its source and linguistic comprehensiveness, ongoing nature (since 1984), and as part of an online database of the Felix Posen Bibliographic Project of the Center accessible through printed volumes and the Israel University Inter-Library Network.
"They must also have their top management replaced and current shareholders wiped out." In a contribution to the Financial Times last year, he wrote "Most people with shares in financial companies are losing plenty of money, some employees of those companies will lose their jobs and it is not worth putting the entire economy through the wringer just to teach a bunch of thicknecked, 30-something salesmen a lesson their successors will not remember." New rules require Dr Posen to live in England, though not necessarily in London, during his three-year stint at the Bank.
She added the buffet at Zac Posen was lighter and simpler than in the past.
Deborah Posen Hill, 48, was found by her husband Sunday afternoon when he returned home from running errands, authorities said.
Barry Posen, the head of the security studies program at MIT, penned an essay on grand strategy in the November/December issue of the The American Interest entitled "The Case for Restraint." Posen's argument includes three main proposals: "The United States needs to be more reticent about the use of military force; more modest about the scope for political transformation within and among countries; and more distant politically and militarily from traditional allies."
Posen, a retired physician and a former English major, has indexed 1500 passages from approximately 600 novels, short stories and plays describing physicians.
June 7, 1854, Posen, Prussia [now Poznan, Poland]--d.
Finally, the failure to consider the Prussian province of Posen gives cause for thought.