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Given the fact that the structural division of science pertains generally to epistemological issues, it is most appropriate to relate this division to the dimension of religion of Islam dealing with knowledge.
The guidelines pertain to all matters under IRS jurisdiction, including income, excise and employment taxes, as well as employee plans and exempt organizations.
Analytics and data presented in this report pertain to several parameters such as -
This pertains to construction and use of the ring levee and roads to protect the site and to provide access.
The "Seamless Expansion" family of patents pertains to methods for media telescoping, such as the cinematic insertion of ancillary or advertising content into IP video streams.
Preliminary numbers from the tabulation, which underwent a rigorous three-step validation process, have the five and a half hour broadcast containing 68 F-words, 34 A-holes, 17 uses of the C-word that pertains to men and 10 uses of the C-word that pertains to women.
that involve risks and uncertainties, including, but not limited to, risks and uncertainties relating to integration of newly acquired businesses and assets, product delivery, product launch dates (particularly as they pertain to our Voiceglo services), the Internet, development and protection of technology, the management of growth, market acceptance of our Voiceglo VoIP and tglo products, our ability to compete successfully against established competitors with greater resources, the uncertainty of future governmental regulation (particularly as it pertains to the Internet and the provision of telephony services using the Internet), pending litigation, and other risks.
that involve risks and uncertainties, including, but not limited to, risks and uncertainties relating to pending litigation, integration of newly acquired businesses and assets, product delivery, product launch dates (particularly as they pertain to our Voiceglo services), the Internet, development and protection of technology, the management of growth, market acceptance of our Voiceglo VoIP and tglo products, our ability to compete successfully against established competitors with greater resources, the uncertainty of future governmental regulation (particularly as it pertains to the Internet and the provision of telephony services using the Internet) and other risks.