"The conditions set for a supervening
condition are merely prescriptive and should not exclude serious allegations of hunger," Mendoza pointed out.
'Whereas, at this time, there is no showing of supervening
conditions which would merit a review of the minimum wage rates,' RTWPB-NCR said in its new issuance signed on June 7.
- Achievement of a finalized global settlement that extends the construction schedule without significantly shifting risk of supervening
events to the project company would result in an affirmation of the 'BBB+' rating and assignment of a Stable Outlook.
Parfit's response (1995, 33) to Johnston turns on the claim that consisting in is more than supervening
on, being instead a "closer and partly conceptual relation." And Shoemaker, in discussing Parfit's claim that identity consists in psychological connectedness and continuity, insists that consisting in must be something stronger than supervening
So whether or not being conscious is intrinsic, we must reject the intuitively compelling picture of significant differences in being conscious supervening
on relevant and correspondingly significant microphysical differences.
Section (20)(10)(10)2(12)(b) sets forth the definition of a "supervening
event." Subsection 2 includes the following example --
'As a rule, a petition should be entertained by the board only for one reason -if there exists any supervening
conditions,' it added.
Labor Undersecretary Ciriaco Lagunzad III said the regional tripartite board will entertain the new wage petition if there is a "supervening
Its maintenance of the Negative Watch reflects continued uncertainty regarding the agreement between the Commonwealth of Kentucky (the Commonwealth), the concessionaire, and the design build (DB) contractors to remedy outstanding supervening
events by extending the project's construction schedule and covering added costs.
For whatever reason, Ben finds the notion of non-supervening chances unacceptable, and for whatever reason Felix finds the notion of supervening
chances just as unacceptable.
Calling the two-week standard "arbitrary," TEI stated that "[i]t blithely ignores the fact that a supervening
event preventing the availability of records could occur far less than two weeks before the due date of the return but nevertheless preclude timely filing." The Institute recommended that the regulations be revised to provide that no penalty will be imposed when, for example, a filer suffers a fire that destroys all business records one week before the due date.