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The established practice is to pay for water charges through general taxation.
Wouldn't it have been a fantastic opportunity for at least one young or newly established practice or even a student submission make the cut.
Perfect for New Doctors wanting an established practice or existing doctor wanting to establish a 2nd Location
Geir Brendeland and Olav Kristoffersen, the partners of a newly established practice in Norway, have in their first projects demonstrated a fresh take on wooden architecture in an urban context.
While the writing of civic chronicles had already become an established practice by the fifteenth century, Breu's document is unique in being the only surviving such civic history written by an artist, as well as in taking a consistently sympathetic view of the disadvantaged.
It could be argued that The National Enquirer's reward amounted to an extension of its established practice of paying for news and information - the tabloid once paid $200,000 for pictures of Vanna White's baby - because the paper will also get an exclusive ``How We Captured Him'' article from the event.
Established practice does speech, physical and occupational therapy.
It's been the established practice of the career prosecutors of the criminal division that the definition of contribution does not include most soft-money contributions,'' Justice Department spokesman Bert Brandenburg said.
Conforms to an established practice of charging points in the area in which the loan is issued; does not exceed the amount generally charged in the area; and is not being charged in lieu of amounts ordinarily stated separately on the settlement sheet (such as appraisal fees, inspection fees, title fees, attorney fees and property taxes);
Prior to this amendment, the partnership's established practice was that it would not reimburse these expenses.