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priority

[prī·ôr′itē]
Etymology: L, prius, previously
actions established in order of importance or urgency to the welfare or purposes of the organization, patient, or other person at a given time.

priority

the precedence of the earliest of two published taxonomic names.
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Global Prior Art's office is located at: 86-90 Paul Street London EC2A 4NE
Building on the same sites as option two, but with added scope for health provision and youth facilities, new homes around Queen Margaret's Road and a new park in the Prior Deram area to go towards replacing open space lost to new homes on Prior Deram Park.
B) the decrease in tax under this chapter (or the corresponding provisions of prior revenue laws) for the prior taxable year (or years) which would result solely from the exclusion of such item (or portion thereof) from gross income for such prior taxable year (or years).
6% to $760,000 over the prior year quarter median of $605,000 and was up 1.
Patients are wrongly being told that they need prior authorization for antiretrovirals.
Mayes may not bring all of Belize's complexity to the surface, but he has a wonderful physical presence; he shields Prior with his huge arms as with an unfolding of wings.
An item must have been included in income in a prior year.
Father Prior observed that equating anti-Zionism with anti-Semitism marks a first in Catholic thinking, and that this was quickly noticed by the Israel newspaper Haaretz (10 July).
However, two mammoth swings by Abel Montanez and Anthony Lunetta and the arm of Mark Prior squeezed the adrenaline out of FIU and gave the Trojans a 5-1 victory in an NCAA super regional opener before 2,120 Friday at Dedeaux Field.
P's annual interest expense was $15 million for the prior three years; it paid a 1% annual dividend to its shareholders (an average of $500,000) for each of the prior three years.
Prior to joining Insignia Douglas Elliman, he served as managing director with the Corcoran Group.
USC didn't need to extend its staff far beyond Prior, Currier and Reyes.