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Some members questioned whether the House had authority "to censure or to approbate the conduct of the Executive" (ibid.
At the meeting of its Board of Directors held on September 11, 2009 concerning the Tender Offer, based on the grounds and reasons described in sub-section (2) below, the Company unanimously resolved to: (i) approbate the Tender Offer of the Tender Offeror, and (ii) recommend to the Company's shareholders that they tender their shares in the Tender Offer.
Under those circumstances, a thorough examination can hardly be expected and temptation is strong to approbate even those who are not qualified for instruction in our common district schools.