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STREAM. A current of water. The right to a water course is not a right in the fluid itself so much as a right in the current of the stream. 2 Bouv. Inst. n. 1612. See River; Water Course.

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We have no doubt that the streamlined process will enhance the competitiveness of the Nigerian capital market as a global investment destination.'
The Streamlined Filing Procedures and Pre-audit Considerations
In the streamlined process, low-income credit unions may submit data on loan originations to the NCUA's Office of Credit Union Resources and Expansion.
Said Gerstein: The new streamlined class exemption will likely be a "less onerous exemptions for certain products that have few conflicts of interest, and perhaps a variation of the streamlined best-interest contract exemption." The streamlined exemption would be independent of the current BICE, he said, and "it looks like it will be nimble enough for new innovations in the financial services industry," such as clean shares.
* Whether a taxpayer is considered a resident of the United States is determined under rules specific to the streamlined procedures.
Also, after the reform and relative to the non-streamlined participants, streamlined participants' portfolios generally exhibited lower diversifiable/idiosyncratic risk and less exposure to systematic/non-diversifiable risk factors," the paper concludes.
Under the first phase, streamlined electronic and instant visa procedures were expanded to benefit visitors from 102 countries up from 38 states.
The first guide of its kind, the publication is based on Porter-Reynolds' own experiences in 2010 as the lead on a centralized programming project at a large urban library system in California, and on interviews with other librarians in the US who have successfully streamlined their processes.
While Geddes was not the originator of streamlined styling, his startlingly visionary designs of teardrop-shaped cars, trains and planes helped to popularise the aesthetic in the 1930s and 1940s.
To address these issues, the task force recommended three new technical advice processes: (i) a streamlined general advice process, (ii) a case-specific process for providing advice to the field, and (iii) a new category of generic, industry-specific legal advice.
Using OneClose, the San Jose, Calif.-based firm says, companies can efficiently unify the financial close, Sarbanes-Oxley compliance and financial reporting into a single, streamlined process.

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