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As he wrote again, at the end of 1808, Johnson hoped this latest request will see 'some humble situation in the Church, or otherwise, my half pay', for he notes that 'about seven years since I made that application; I remain wholly unprovided for, and am under the painful necessity of serving as a Curate'.
If this cannot be done, and long terms of useless goal [sic, gaol] have to continue to be administered, power should be given the Judge to see to it that the family of the men sentenced does not suffer (for they are nomads, have no chiefs, and do not live in groups and to leave their families unprovided for is to sentence them to perish.
46) The reason for this common law distinction was that a man's wife was provided for outside of the will by dower, whereas if his will was not revoked by the birth of children, "the natural object of his bounty, would be wholly unprovided for.
An occurrence that was unprovided for in the law is that either the attorney general's office or the district court can change its opinion during the proceedings.
As of March 27, 2002, the date on which the ITV Digital DTT platform was put into administration, the Group had balances owed to it and unprovided for, in respect of programming licensed to ITV Digital, of (pound)22.
There can be no doubt that the Royal Welsh Agricultural Society has succeeded with this show in satisfying all those farming interests that were previously unprovided for at their annual Summer Show and Winter Fair.
OK, so it's an old joke, but it does pretty well describe the situation of too many people in this country, with a pensions crisis that means we are woefully unprovided for in our twilight years.
As of March 27, 2002, the date on which ITV Digital was put into administration, the Group had balances owed to it and unprovided for, in respect of programming licensed to ITV Digital, of (pound)22 million ($32 million).
The ultimate result, whatever the LR's intentions may have been,(86) was a division of the debtor's value between present claimants and equity holders that left future claimants almost entirely unprovided for, as the protections of future claimants in the plan proved completely ineffective.