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dol

 [dōl]
a unit of pain intensity.

dol

(dōl),
A unit measure of pain.
[L. dolor, pain]

dol

(dōl) a unit of pain intensity.

dol

(dōl)
A unit measure of pain.
[L. dolor, pain]

dol

(dōl)
A unit measure of pain.
[L. dolor, pain]

dol

a unit of pain intensity.
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After October 17, 2013, the Bobov Dol TPP will be obliged to reduce the capacity of its units 1 and 2 to a maximum of 180 MW, unless an additional permit is issued by the Ministry of Environment and Water to extend the trial runs.
If a company fails to rectify the problems the DOL investigators identified the voluntary compliance letter will be rescinded and a litigation letter will be sent.
In contrast, we find evidence of a positive association between DOL and BE/ME.
Massimo encourages fiduciaries to start the process now of determining what fees their 401(k) service providers are charging and inquire as to what steps these service providers are taking to ensure compliance with the new DOL disclosure rules.
Since 2001, DOL has strived to integrate its management systems, strengthening and unifying the department along the way.
Sharon Robinson, sales director for Persimmon Homes Wales, said: 'We are delighted that Dol Afon is continuing to prove so popular with purchasers.
There's risk: If auditor error or deficiency occurs, the DOL can levy significant fines and/or report firms to state boards of accountancy and the AICPA professional ethics division.
Here at Ft Stewart's DOL small arms shop, we have a problem with units bringing dirty weapons to us for gauging and inspection.
They extend the profit elasticity form of DOL used by firms to other than competitive markets by introducing nonlinear cost and revenue functions.
The DOL revised the tests to determine whether white-collar employees are exempt from the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) minimum wage and overtime requirements.
In a DOL Memorandum dated July 22, 2002, available on the DOL Web site at http://www.
The DOL said its overall budget for FY2006 would grow to $54.