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the papers in the case in good order. English practice has now reached a stage where bundles are used very frequently. Practice varies and in some cases is subject to detailed rules. The great advantage is that there is only one set of papers. Pagination and indexing allow hearings to proceed very quickly and facilitate the writing of judgments.
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FD's complete product line includes slitters, entry equipment, cut-offs, automated bundlers, hydro testers, seam annealers, and end finishing equipment.
Initially the line did not include a shrink bundler. "We didn't even know we needed it until everyone started asking us for it," Perman says.
(28.) Jason Seher, "White House Avoids Bundlers in Recent Round of Ambassador Nominations," CNN, 5 June 2014, http://politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com/2014/06/05/white-house-avoids-bundlers-in-recent-round -of-ambassador-nominations/; Justin Sink, "Another Obama Bundler Named Ambassador," Hill, 6 June 2014, http://thehill.com/policy/international/208517-another-obama-bundler-named-ambassador; and Michael R.
While individual contributions are required to be disclosed, the real influence is an important secret only known to the bundlers and the candidates.
Until Friday, the roughly 300 "bundlers,'' whose Rolodexes of friends and business associates matter most in Republican fundraising, looked likely to be fragmented.
Twenty contributors were "bundlers" for Obama in 2012, meaning they gave up to the legal individual limit and then collected additional money from others.
San Antonio architect Henry Munoz, a top Latino bundler for Obama, is spearheading the effort, along with Longoria and Andres Lopez, a San Juan, Puerto Rico, bundler and member of the Democratic National Committee, it added.
(At the start of this year, Obama had raised $88 million to Romney's $32 million.) "You'd be hard-pressed to find a major CEO that wouldn't take his call," says his friend Anthony Carbonetti, a former bundler for Rudy Giuliani.
Abstract John Deere's biomass bundler unit is an effective machine for harvesting forest residues, which can be used as a source of fuelwood and/or a feedstock for biofuel production.
Kaplan, a top cash "bundler" for President Obama's 2008 campaign finance committee, is being vetted by White House officials and is expected to be named to the post soon, according to the sources.
The recent case of Norman Hsu, the admitted felon and accused fraudster who passed himself off as a successful businessman and major "bundler" of campaign donations, is a classic example.