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offer,

n often the step after an invitation to treat; involves communication leading toward a possible contract.

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Q. PROPORCIONAN SEGURO MEDICO PARA PACIENTES DO YOU OFFER MEDICAL INSURANCE TO PATIENTS?

A. This website does not offer medical insurance.

Q. What are some of the best foods to eat that are low in fat but offer quick energy before a workout? I find that I get tired in the middle of my workouts and have trouble completing my weight lifting sessions. I would love to know some tips for staying energized without using anything that would make me shaky.

A. SUGARFREE STUFF

Q. Can any one direct me to a website which offers information about "must to know during Pregnancy " tips and advices ? i would consider it a great favour and i'd be very thankful .. at the moment i'm about to explode ... i feel like i am far of being ready ... i think that without a good preparation i won't be a good father ... :(

A. Hey, Jim.. you can try several links (which are my favorites) here :

http://www.whattoexpect.com/what-to-expect/landing-page.aspx (I suggest you to buy the book version, it's quite complete and informative)

http://www.marchofdimes.com/

http://www.doctoradhi.com/blog (this is my personal blog, just click on pregnancy tag words, then you can find several article I wrote about pregnancy)

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Cash offer: the offered amount to be paid within 90 days after the IRS accepts the offer.
The Common Stock offered will not be and has not been registered under the Securities Act of 1933 and is issued pursuant to an exemption under Section 3(a)(9) of the Securities Act of 1933, as amended.
The total consideration offered in the tender offers and consent solicitations for the 1997 Indenture Notes and the 2000 Indenture Notes includes a consent payment of $50.
The Service will seriously consider an offer in compromise when it is unlikely that the tax liability can be collected in full and the amount offered reasonably reflects collection potential[2] The Service's goal is to achieve collection of what is potentially collectible at the earliest possible time, at the least cost to the Government[3] The Service also seeks to give taxpayers a fresh start, enabling them to voluntarily comply with the tax laws[4] Thus, before a taxpayer's offer can be seriously considered, doubt must exist regarding the Government's ability to collect the assessed sum.
The new policy statement clearly states that the Service will accept an offer if the amount offered reasonably reflects collection potential.
As set forth more fully in MAN's offer document published on November 16 2006 (the "Offer Document"), Scania's shareholders are being offered to tender their shares to MAN for the consideration of [euro]51.
The party has signed a confidentiality agreement and has requested and been offered the opportunity to perform due diligence review.
The remaining shares are being offered to members of the general public in a community offering.
The tender offer remains subject to all other previously announced terms and conditions described in the offer to purchase that has been distributed to stockholders, including the previously announced offered price range of not greater than $40.
76 Adastra common shares, subject to pro ration based upon the maximum amount of cash and First Quantum common shares offered.
The consideration offered for Arcelor shares would be adjusted downwards, or, as the case may be, the cash and share portions of such consideration would be rebalanced, according to conditions set forth in the prospectus, if Arcelor made certain distributions (including dividends in excess of EUR 0,80 per share), or directly or indirectly acquired its own shares, in the period between February 6, 2006 and the settlement date of the Offer.