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Said differently, each storage controller within a distributed cluster provides storage volume (LUN) access without requiring that another paired or partner controller exist.
Art and poetry integrated into a single piece, art and poetry submitted as the paired works of one or more artists, and art or poetry submitted for pairing with another work will be considered for showing.
Because the ownership and operation functions are bundled under the paired structure through the pairing of the REIT and the non-REIT corporation, shareholders come as close as possible to actually owning real estate.
Paired kidney donation is an option for patients in need of a kidney transplant who have a living donor whose blood or tissue type is not compatible.
The quenching character of beer allows it to be paired well with most food," offers Wendy Littlefield, co-owner of Ommegang Brewery and Vanberg & Dewulf imports.
So called "paper-clipped" REIT-C Corporation combinations have not been directly addressed in the current Proposal, but the increased scrutiny of paired arrangements could result in statutory or regulatory changes affecting these entities.
For daytime, try the Arizona denim mini skirt with a pair of Mixit leggings or textured tights; layers of multi-colored tanks paired with plaid western-inspired shirts from Arizona look fresh topped off with a scoop neck hoodie or short denim jacket.
The memory of who paired objects survives, however, in those patients who experience a sense of familiarity upon encountering a pair of items again, although they can't explicitly remember having previously seen the duo.
The Sweet Grass "Green Hill," a rich double cream cheese with a white bloomy rind that softens as it ages, is paired with the Dow's Aged Tawny Ports, which are offered in 10, 20, 30 and 40 year bottlings.