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the type of procedures which will apply to a case under the Civil Procedure Rules.
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Step-1: Determine the minimum and maximum distance to be tracked in the environment (MinTD and MaxTD)
The return must be served on the person who was tracked or whose property was tracked within 10 days after use of the device has ended.
Julian Marceglia, CEO of Colmar USA, Wheatfield, N.Y., says the ratio of wheeled to tracked machines in Europe is already about 80 percent to 20 percent.
In the past, these machines have typically featured a wheeled chassis, but many equipment manufacturers are utilizing tracked undercarriages to improve their performance in difficult environments.
Two-thirds (68.5%) of the teachers sampled remembered being tracked in grade school.
* the right to receive any payment in respect of the participating interest (or the value of such a right) is, directly or indirectly, determined primarily by specified criteria (including fair market value and profit) in respect of one or more properties (collectively referred to as the "tracked properties" or "tracked property");
At USX, the tracked companies share a CEO, CFO, general counsel, accounting systems and so on, on an ongoing basis.
Fifth: Standard pre-construction activities such as cost estimating and value engineering are just as effective on Fast Tracked projects as they are on conventionally constructed jobs.
Anne Wheelock's new book, Crossing the Tracks, tells the stories of schools that have successfully untracked or never tracked at all.
It is not only a good way to identify redundancy in the system, but it will help determine which parts of the process need to be tracked and what would be involved.
Then, a team that's now at Rothamsted Research in Harpenden, England, built a larger, more powerful system that tracked an insect with true radar, which reveals both direction and distance.
Recyclers and demolition contractors are increasingly turning to mobile crushing plants, both portable and tracked models, to provide their operations with the versatility and productivity they require.