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below that or it, subsequently in that, thereafter.
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There is no exclusive definition of herbal medicines in the Drugs & Cosmetics Act, 1940 and Rules thereunder but there are Ayurveda, Siddha, Unani drugs as defined in Section 3 (a) and (h) of the Drugs & Cosmetics Act, 1940, many of which are made from plant ingredients or herbs.
To ensure that the information in appendix A accurately describes the structure of check-processing operations within the Federal Reserve System, the final rule deletes the reference in appendix A to the San Francisco Reserve Bank's Portland Branch office and reassigns the routing numbers listed thereunder to the Reserve Bank's Seattle Branch office.
For example, in the case of a 10-building project, the timely issuance of 10 B/Ps and completion of one foundation thereunder would vest the entire project, but the timely issuance of nine B/Ps and completion of nine foundations and superstructures thereunder would be insufficient to vest the entire project.
To ensure that the information in appendix A accurately describes the structure of check-processing operations within the Federal Reserve System, the final rule (1) deletes the reference in appendix A to the Chicago Reserve Bank's Detroit Branch office and reassigns the routing numbers listed thereunder to the Cleveland Reserve Bank's head office, and (2) deletes the reference in appendix A to the Dallas Reserve Bank's Houston Branch office and reassigns the routing numbers listed thereunder to that Reserve Bank's head office.
Louis Reserve Bank's Little Rock office and reassigns the routing numbers listed thereunder to the Reserve Bank's Memphis office, effective July 24, 2004, and (2) deletes the reference in appendix A to the Chicago Reserve Bank's Milwaukee office and reassigns the routing numbers listed thereunder to the Reserve Bank's head office, effective August 7, 2004.
197(c) and the regulations thereunder, or to costs that a taxpayer has treated as a research and experimentation expenditure under Sec.
401(a)(9) and the regulations thereunder provide rules for determining required distributions from qualified plans; Sec.
1398(g) and the regulations thereunder are also transferred from the debtor to the estate.