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A news release from the US Embassy in Colombo states that the technical issue was a failure to properly account for country of eligibility if the entrant was selecting a country of eligibility other than his/her place of birth, which is permitted in certain limited circumstances.
Au cours du mois de fevrier 2016, le trafic voix entrant de l'international aux reseaux mobiles d'Orange Tunisie, de Tunisie Telecom et d'Ooredoo Tunisie a diminue respectivement de 0,3 million de minutes, de 1,1 million de minutes, et de 1,3 million de minutes par rapport a ceux enregistres au cours du mois preceedent.
DV-2016 data will be available through Entrant Status Check until at least June 30, 2016.
violated Section 5 of the FTC Act when it required entrants in its Pinterest contest to pin images of Cole Haan products in order to enter the contest.
There are 17 new entrants in our Top 250 this year: a relatively small number by the standards of recent years.
Each winning entrant will be awarded a place in the Bupa Great North Run which is due to take place on September 15, 2013.
Entrants must own the copyright in the videos themselves or have (or can realistically get) permission to use them.
First, even if an incumbent denies access to his bottleneck production factor, there is no guarantee that the entrant will not obtain access elsewhere.
Entrants may submit up to five photographs, but only one photograph from any single entrant will be published.
If mandated employee-benefit packages won't do it, then opponents of big-box stores can use zoning boards to keep out the unwelcome new entrant.
It is worthwhile to point out that in this paper the term potential entrant simply refers to the firm which in equilibrium produces nothing, while the term monopolist refers to the firm which is the only one to produce in equilibrium.
The competition includes classes for older people, high rise flats, a best new entrant and a themed garden.
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