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Gabrielle, French neurologist, 1886-1935. See: Roussy-Lévy disease, Roussy-Lévy syndrome.
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Levy, 48, of 61 O'Grady Road, an accountant and married father of two daughters, was ordered Monday to stay away from the 43-year-old Framingham woman.
A new framework for the pension protection levy had applied to the 2012/13 levy year.
The statute pinwales, in pertinent part, that "any person in possession of (or obligated with respect to) property or rights to property subject to levy upon which a levy has been made shall, upon demand of the Secretary, surrender such property or rights (or discharge such obligation) to the Secretary.
A levy legally seizes and sells your property including houses, cars, boats, wages, retirement accounts and bank accounts to satisfy the tax debt, however wage and bank levies or most common.
A briefing note to interested MPs - who are preparing for today's debate on the future of horseracing's levy system - says that requiring non-UK-based operators to pay the levy "would be a financially driven act and in breach of EU law".
Monaco begins his biography of Moses Levy by noting his subject's numerous paradoxes.
As part of its efforts to reform the existing agricultural levy groups, Defra commissioned consultants Accenture to find out what the different sectors of agriculture and horticulture needed to prosper and how this could be best achieved for the levy payers.
David Levy and Michael Greenberg represented both the tenant and landlord in the transaction.
Levy works closely with guest choreographers, guiding them through the labyrinth that is the Met.
Levy is convinced that "perhaps the most revolutionary aspect" of the iPod is its shuffle mode, which allows you to simply start it up and let it randomly select songs from among the hundreds (or thousands) that you've downloaded.
Ontario may soon be the last major mining jurisdiction without a mining research levy.