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Developing a reasonable claim expectation--levels on which the subcontractor can improve but that do not guarantee a safety bonus--is critical to the success of a bonus program.
From the outside, that was clearly a reasonable claim.
The central defender's charge into Boyd's back presented a reasonable claim for a penalty but not so far as the match official was concerned.
Consider that, if the Federal Government truly wishes to honour veterans, why then does their Statement of Defence in Equitas outline their position that, "None of the claims asserted by the representative plaintiffs constitutes a reasonable claim, that the claims are frivolous or vexatious, and accordingly that they should be struck out in their entirety.
To make this concession also opens one to the non-reductive naturalism of Aristotle and its theistic development in Aquinas, leading one to stake a reasonable claim in the non-reducibility of the world to the material.
Egyptians like to call their country "umm al-dunya", or mother of the world, and for much of their history they had reasonable claim to the title.
While some believe Pakistan could still do more, Mr Zardari makes a reasonable claim to have taken a stronger line than his predecessor, General Pervez Musharraf, who took power in a coup in 1999.
Mercury had appealed the case after being found to have engaged in bad faith with "malice, fraud or oppression" for refusing to pay a reasonable claim in a timely manner after its policyholder's business was flooded.
Bill Olner, (Lab, Nuneaton) had also confirmed last year he had paid back Sir Thomas's pounds 2,600 for laundry and cleaning at his London flat, despite protesting that Sir Thomas had unfairly set retrospective limits about what was a reasonable claim.
Secessionists should have a reasonable claim to being a national group that, preferably, enjoyed stable self-government in the past on the territory they claim.
And fourth, secessionists should have a reasonable claim to being a national group that, preferably, enjoyed stable self-government in the past on the territory they claim.
A reasonable claim or pounds 500 multiplied by five would produce an unreasonable pounds 2,500 going on the records.