Adults were customarily
punished by fines, public humiliation, short prison terms, and/or exile.
b) Medical Equipment - Medical equipment is equipment primarily and customarily
used for medical purposes and is not generally useful in the absence of illness or injury.
Although it is clear that all the legal details customarily
negotiated by the attorneys need not be resolved in order for the broker to be entitled to commissions, it remains unsettled as to what particular business terms must be agreed upon before a broker earns a commission for bringing the parties together.
67(e)(1)'s second requirement to refer only to expenses unique to trust or estate administration and not customarily
incurred outside of that context, the court concluded that the investment advisory and management fees the taxpayer paid were commonly incurred outside of the trust context and, thus, subject to the 2% floor.
At Maple Park in Glendale, men customarily
smoke and play board games.
And that, for better or worse, usually worse, is what is customarily
put holes in the ears of laboratory mice to identify them.
The queen mother, who customarily
stands around beaming at the prince, now competes with her son for the swan's affection.
by exploiting the spectator's familiarity with image types customarily
used in the next or preceding moments of a narrative; familiarity and expectation may, then, allow the understanding of the 'genealogy of the moment,' an implication of sequence even if it is not an illustration" (82, crediting the quoted phrase to Joseph Koerner).
Final approval customarily
follows the CHMP's recommendation, which the companies anticipate will be this summer.
Riley stated, Magnolia customarily
sells policies through independent funeral homes while Security Plan customarily
sells through a debit route-based system.
What made this financing unique was Grossman's ability to put together a loan program with Independence that allowed the borrower to fix the rate at application--nine months before the loan closed--without a rate lock fee or the standard increased spread customarily
charged on forwards.