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If the landlord prevails entirely, then matters are clear.
Prevail Therapeutics is a gene therapy company leveraging breakthroughs in human genetics with the goal of developing and commercialising disease-modifying AAV-based gene therapies for patients with devastating neurodegenerative diseases.
In support of the argument that an official who elects to initially defend a suit prior to eventual settlement should obtain reimbursement for his or her defense fees, it is true that as a general rule in Florida, a party benefitting from the dismissal of a lawsuit, even as the result of a settlement, will be seen as having "prevailed." For instance, in Sacks v.
Sunny to partly cloudy skies are anticipated to prevail on Friday as temperature is to further drop.
Under the merger agreement, all Prevail CU employees will retain their jobs, including Prevail's president/CEO, Tom Graves, who will become executive vice president of the continuing entity.
"Prevail was designed for every single one of us, because incontinence can affect everyone at one time or another.
Medtronic's PEEK Prevail device is designed to provide stability when surgeons fuse (join) two vertebrae together in an effort to relieve the compression on the spinal cord or nerve roots.
And fourth, prevailing wage laws require additional administrative costs in determining what wage rates "prevail" and also adjudication and enforcement costs.
2 : to be or become usual, common, or widespread <West winds prevail in that region.>
In Onslow Bay, several miles off the coast of North Carolina, a small boat carrying Sailors armed with brightly-colored training weapons recently motored away from USS Roosevelt (DDG 80) toward TSV-1 Prevail, a one-of-a-kind training support vessel.
[Then] Pocahontas, the King's dearest daughter, when no plea [of hers] could prevail, got Smith's head in her arms, and laid her own upon his to save him from death ...
"As religious leaders from diverse Faith communities, we find common ground in affirming that the best interests of the child must prevail over adults' exercise of their liberty."