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reduction

in the Scots law of civil remedies, the remedy to have a writing annulled. In lower courts it can only be done OPE EXCEPTIONIS, by way of defence.
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Of course, eco-restoration cannot solve the whole climate problem, and conservation and source reductions also have key roles to play.
In this situation, the alimony payment reductions must not occur within a two-year window surrounding the time a child (or children) reaches a certain age.
As well as changes to energy contracting, energy consumption reduction is also a viable tool for consumers to reduce their energy operating costs.
Tariff reductions on Chinese imports were roughly $1.
It is also possible to earn performance-based incentives for measurement and verification of long-term electric-load reductions.
I want our civilian workforce to know we are very concerned about the impacts of any force reductions within the command," said Gen.
Non-Annex I countries (developing countries such as China, India and Brazil) are not bound to set target reductions, but are encouraged to reduce emissions.
There is a sense that many of the national action plans are relying too heavily on reductions from sectors of the economy that were not included in the 2005 to 2007 allocations plans.
The effects of the government's proposal to roll back the corporate income tax rate reductions will be immediate and detrimental to Ontario's business climate:
However, the key to vein reduction compound use is to be careful when adding the compounds into core sand mixtures, as they can result in varying degrees of reduction in mold tensile properties.
However, starting in 1998, the Service adopted a single-entity approach, at least for NOL reductions under Sec.
The IRS said while the plan provides benefits not considered qualified tuition reductions under IRC section 117(d)(2), this does not prevent excludable benefits from satisfying that section's rules.