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I am wondering if my B-permit (renewed in June 2007) will be immediately revoked upon leaving my employer, or will I be permitted to continue to reside in my apartment in Zurich until the B-permit runs out in June 2008?
When a Catholic does not share a candidate's stand in favour of abortion and/or euthanasia, but votes for that candidate for other reasons, it is considered remote material cooperation, which can be permitted in the presence of proportionate reasons.
To prevent fraud or tax evasion, competent authorities will be permitted to obtain and provide information obtained by financial institutions, nominees, or persons acting in an agency or fiduciary capacity.
Should such people be permitted to volunteer for the armed services?
Flexibility and modification would be permitted as the new law was implemented, but never a whisper then for an overall Master Plan was ever raised.
Councilman Mike Feuer states that he believes that only those who will face a ``clear and present danger that cannot be avoided or dealt with by the police'' should be permitted to carry a weapon for self-defense.
We must remember, we must try to understand, so that we will never be like the "good Germans" who permitted monstrous crimes to be permitted in their names.
Although research suggests that loans that likely will be made under this policy will be low risk, the banks that will be permitted to extend such credits are those most able to absorb some additional risk without threat to their safety and soundness and, by the record, are adept at credit underwriting.
A lot of Hollywood's A list won't even be permitted on the other side of the fence.
4) In view of the common business practice of employing centralized hedging centers to facilitate net hedges, we urge that taxpayers be permitted to apply the rules retroactively for all open tax years.