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The House uses the suspension calendar to handle matters that House leaders classify as being noncontroversial.
In the end, there's one main reason that Imax conversions have been noncontroversial, compared with 3D conversions.
With such political clout behind the measure, the wheels were greased for swift and noncontroversial passage.
By then, this was a very familiar, noncontroversial bill in lawmakers' eyes.
These noncontroversial cells come from bone marrow, umbilical cord blood, and other tissues.
Mian Nawaz Sharif told his party leaders, PML (N) chief has proposed that the commission should be an independent body and comprise of noncontroversial persons known for their integrity like Justice (R) Bhagwan Das, Justice (R) Fakhar Uddin Ibrahim, Justice (R) Nasir Aslam Zahid, Dr.
In addition, interpretations incorporated by the Legislative Review Subcommittee, noncontroversial amendments adopted by the Management Council, pursuant to Constitution 5.
Though there was some criticism about the amount of government spending in the measure, the CLF provision, which was backed by the NCUA, CUNA and NAFCU, was noncontroversial.
Admittedly, many of Obama's early actions have been noncontroversial, and ones that did not receive a great deal of continuing news coverage.
Intended for noncontroversial rules that are expected to receive no significant comments in a notice-and-comment rulemaking, the FDA has often used direct final rulemaking for the opposite: regulations that may be expected to be controversial.
I would also add that the fact we are noncontroversial allows our magazine to reach a broad depth of readers rather than if quote, unquote, we were politically diverse.
Statistics relating to US voters will lead analysts to a clear noncontroversial conclusion.