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In the same way at the General Election, I will vote as I think fit and I could well derive great pleasure in seeing the predictors turning out to be wrong.
''That the Liquidator be authorised to distribute all or part of the surplus assets of the Company in specie or otherwise to the Members as he may think fit.'' Signed: David Kearney.
A listing posted on the London Gazette states: "The purpose of the meeting is to consider the statement of affairs of the company, to appoint a liquidator and, if the creditors think fit, to appoint a liquidation committee.
A The SFA board has the power to transfer membership under Article 14.1 which states: "Transfer of membership will be reviewed by the board, which will have the discretion to reject or to grant such application on terms and conditions as the board may think fit."
Our Health at Work website is jam-packed with top tips for a healthy workforce including information about how to start a health club in your workplace, healthy eating and fitness guides, e-newsletters, and the chance to order a Think Fit pack which includes activity wall planners and posters.
Is it only the thrill of driving at variable speeds from racing to legal (as they approach a fixed yellow box camera) and overtaking as and when they think fit and not according to the rules of law that keeps them in control of their vehicles?
It is one of 12 Think Fit! study days being held across the UK to provide employers with a step-by-step guide to introducing physical activity into the workplace.
We have to build better links with our Muslim communities and we have to give our security services the means to operate as best they think fit - and then desist from tailoring their findings to fit whatever conviction the prime minister is currently harbouring.
Published in the September 15 issue of the Racing Calendar, it reads: "The stewards of the Jockey Club have power at their discretion to prohibit a rider who is the holder of a current licence or permit to ride issued by a recognised turf authority from riding in races for such period or periods as they think fit."
An announcement was made by Moore in the London Gazette, stating: "The purpose of the meeting is to consider the Statement of Affairs of the Company to be laid before the meeting, to appoint a liquidator and, if the creditors think fit, to appoint a liquidation committee.
WHAT on earth is my local MP Ian Swales doing voting to include clause 119 of the care bill thus giving this lousy government carte-blanche to close a hospital as they think fit? It's never been a secret that the Tories want to get rid of the NHS altogether, then this would mean people would have to have private health insurance as the USA does and we all know how those people suffer healthwise because they can't afford the insurance.