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from this point on in that document.
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On October 1, 2011, and each October 1 thereinafter, if a State has not enacted or is not enforcing a repeat intoxicated driver law, the Secretary shall reserve an amount equal to 2.
Real GDP growth rates (volumes)--percentage change on previous year, abbreviated as GDP thereinafter, source: Eurostat (2013a)
section 92 ("In each Province the Legislature may exclusively make Laws in relation to Matters coming within the Classes of Subjects next thereinafter enumerated .
545 (1990) thereinafter Motomura, Immigration Law After a Century of Plenary Power]; Juliet P.
219, 240-44 (2008) Thereinafter Faure & Vanden Borre, Compensating Nuclear Damage], available at http://scholarship.
on file with author) Thereinafter Van Eck Conservation Easement].
amp; pol'y 33, 34 (2003) thereinafter Reardon, Abortion Decisions]:
Thereinafter, this paper compares eight Central and Eastern European countries (Latvia, Estonia, Lithuania, Hungary, Slovenia, Slovakia, Check Republic and Poland) in terms of GDP, expenditure of household final consumption and comparative price level indices in comparison with average level of the EU-15.
However, thereinafter the point is made on only two factors, namely initial conditions and economic freedom.
10) A brand-name drug manufacturer would thereinafter be guaranteed 10 years of protection against compulsory licenses to import and seven years protection against compulsory licenses to manufacture.
was considering either a "meter system" -- where users would get a pre-determined number of words or articles for free and thereinafter be charged for further access -- or a "membership system" -- that would give users who paid premiums such as a baseball cap or a T-shirt as well as access to specialized content.