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2) Give notice of withdrawing benefits from school leavers who avoid work by claiming to be drug and alcohol abusers, and find them jobs.
In a race in which both Persian Punch and Polish Summer were disqualified, Give Notice supplemented his Sagaro Stakes success with a head defeat of Pushkin.
Both will then have to attend a register office to give notice of their intention to marry and wait a further 16 days before they wed.
The trustee should be required to give notice to beneficiaries as soon as possible after a contribution subject to withdrawal rights is made to the trust; beneficiaries should have a reasonable time thereafter to make the withdrawal.
Winton said member newspapers often give notice, adding that some of them have been more public this year because of the new rate structure: "It is not uncommon for newspapers, including large ones, to give notice to AP to get a better deal.
JARDINES LOOKOUT and Give Notice, first and second in the Goodwood Cup, could lock horns once again in the Lonsdale Stakes at York on Tuesday.
Give Notice can follow a well-trodden path to success at Haydock Park today.
Under COBRA, an employer must give notice and extend continuation coverage only after the occurrence of a qualifying event.
The Columbus (Ohio) Dispatch became the latest paper to give notice to the Associated Press that it plans to drop the service.
Pushed to the front by Mick Kinane three out, he kept up the tempo all the way to the line to beat Give Notice by a length and a half.