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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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The Tekkra 5130 continuous motion bundler for high-speed operation
The Trump campaign announced that it had raised $80 million in July, the bulk of it coming from online and direct-mail appeals rather than from big-time bundlers.
One news story interpreted the lack of major contributions as a sign that the embarrassment caused by other big-donor nominees might lead to the avoidance of bundlers for a time.
Bundler lawyers or firms have great influence with campaigning judicial candidates who become or are sitting judges.
The firm's relation with Romney's campaign and bundlers is already well documented, along with its connection to the manufacture and distribution of voting machines.
The only bipartisan activity in Washington, DC, is the disrespect of our tax dollars to pay back campaign bundlers, earmarks to enhance individual worth, and insider trading that, contrary to the author's contention, is rampant.
Washington, July 16 (ANI): More than 34 million dollars of US President Barack Obama's 86 million second quarter fundraising came from big money bundlers, a Politico analysis has revealed.
Kerr (2009) reported that the supplier for a biomass-fueled power plant in East Texas plans to use six John Deere slash bundlers to collect postharvest residues.
Adware and its associated malcode bundlers, downloaders and installers don't make the news much anymore, but collectively they make up 10 percent of our ThreatTrac[TM] detections.
Together, the Kaplans raised between $100,000 and $200,000 for the Obama campaign, ranking them among the campaign's top 500 bundlers, according to the Center for Responsive Politics.
More than 90 percent of bundlers renew those policies with their providers, while only 82 percent of non-bundlers do the same.