There is so much we could discuss about making your bank more referable
I seek reassurance from the Minister that if the Welsh Ministers were indeed to be the charging authority in respect of any CIL charged in Wales, they would be obliged to apply the proceeds of that levy to the local authority area in respect of which it is referable
The new onset of symptoms or signs referable
to the temporal bone region in patients with a known malignancy should raise the possibility of metastatic disease.
Rule out neurobehavioral deficits referable
to a known or suspected neurobehavioral syndrome.
It provides for stays of federal proceedings when they involve questions referable
to arbitration and for orders compelling arbitration when one party violates the arbitration agreement.
For this sort of money you expect a 'reference' type book to be referable
, to be comprehensive and to be accessible.
In other words, a "default" in this context is referable
to an executed agreement between the parties, not an oral agreement, even if it was intended to be firm and final.
On 17 February 1990, an adult male plains harvest mouse, referable
to the subspecies R.
a dental PPO network in New York and New Jersey with over 4,000 referable
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Your new company story, the quintessential heart of your practice, now makes you referable
3 million inclusive of a deemed figure of pounds 500,000 referable
to her overspending in the period of separation.