* Of the property crimes, law enforcement agencies nationwide cleared
12.7 percent of burglary offenses, 18.0 percent of larceny-thefts, and 13.0 percent of motor vehicle thefts.
The real test of the performance of the local chief executives lies in their consistency of maintaining the cleared
roads beyond the September 29 deadline with the support of the police and the Barangays,' he said.
for the various electoral offices include: Mrs Funke Egbemode, cleared
as Presidential candidate, while Messrs Umar Saidu and Chooks Ogbonnaya were cleared
as contestants for the office of Deputy President.
In the aftermath of the rain and snowfall, he said, vehicular traffic on the Abbottabad-Murree Road was suspended completely at few places and partially at most parts which was later cleared
It's less than 100 hectares,' he said, adding the offenders had not cleared
the whole area.
Iranian weightlifter cleared
185kg in the Snatch and a record 228kg in the clean and Jerk by winning gold medal, followed by Sobirov Farkhodbek of Uzbakistan with 181kg in Snatch and 210kg weight in the Clean and Jerk while Liu Hao of China, who also received a hamstring injury during the third attempt of the Clean and Jerk, cleared
a weight of 176kg in the Snatch and 211kg in the Clean and Jerk.
The upfront payment must be required under a contract that is cleared
by a derivatives clearing organization or a clearing agency that is registered as a derivatives clearing organization under the Commodity Exchange Act or as a clearing agency under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, respectively;
* The FBI bases percent cleared
statistics on aggregated offense and clearance totals.
Electronic trade processing platform for OTC derivative transactions MarkitSERV announced on Wednesday that live OTC derivative trades delivered by the company were centrally cleared
by the Singapore Exchange (SGX) and through CME Clearing.
Small areas can be cleared
and replanted with Douglas fir without threatening the health of the forest ecosystem or risking significant blow-down, as often happens after large clear-cuts disturbing the root systems of trees in adjacent parcels.
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The Supreme Court finally cleared
the way to proceed with the new air quality standards in February 2001, and within a few months, EPA analysts had readied an aggressive "straw proposal"--the plan they would initially bring to the bargaining table where Clear Skies would be hammered out--for reducing power plant pollution.