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Medical practice Any person licensed or authorized to engage in the health care profession regulated by a state medical board.
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It could have opened eligibility for only part of the spectrum, leaving other portions restricted exclusively to educational licensees.
Through the Department of Justice and the States and directly from prospective licensees, Microsoft received additional feedback and has made the additional adjustments announced recently.
One law requires documentation for all audits (not just those of publicly traded companies) performed by California licensees to be complete enough for a knowledgeable reviewer with no prior involvement in the audit to examine it and understand the procedures that were performed--essentially the GAO's yellow book standard.
There are certain licensees and applicants for some types of facilities that are "categorically excluded" from routine evaluation of RFR compliance.
To assure public protection, state boards of accountancy could discipline licensees from other states practicing under substantial equivalency; in addition, a licensee's home state board could discipline the licensee for violating the law in another state when performing services there.
Under the definition of financial stability, all casino licensees would be required to meet four "core" tests:
To learn more about the reconfiguration Waves and Stages or to identify the assigned Wave for a given licensee or call sign, please visit the TA's website at www.
Dramatic improvements in the performance of SPD film and end-product technology have been achieved through close, focused, and continuous working relationships between Research Frontiers and its licensees, and between licensees and their customers.
Sprint Nextel is responsible for reimbursing BAS licensees for the cost of relocating to comparable facilities within the 2 GHz spectrum band.
Wave 2 licensees are in the National Public Safety Planning Advisory Committee ("NPSPAC") regions covering areas in the Central United States, including Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas, Oklahoma, parts of Texas, Minnesota, Iowa, Missouri, Arkansas, and extending to Tennessee, Kentucky and West Virginia.
WASHINGTON -- As a follow up to the May 23, 2006 joint announcement by the 800 MHz Transition Administrator, LLC ("TA"), Public Safety leadership, and Sprint Nextel (NYSE:S) regarding the new Planning Funding Agreement (PFA) Fast Track Option for licensees seeking to obtain planning funding, the TA has published on its website www.
The number of active real estate licensees provides a measure of the relative size of the real estate brokerage industry through the years and across state boundaries," said Charles Gilliland, research economist with the Real Estate Center at Texas A&M University.