PMPA


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PMPA

Tenofovir AIDS An anti-HIV nucleotide analogue. See AIDS.
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238) Finally, the Court concluded that it would be judicially unmanageable as a practical matter to articulate a standard for when breaches of contract were actionable under the PMPA even though the franchise relationship endured.
According to PMPA vice president Jack McNaughton, the trade group has been looking for a tie-up with a publication for some time.
34) The court explained that the very purpose of the PMPA was to protect franchisees and to correct the great "disparity of bargaining power" between petroleum franchisors and franchisees.
Despite acknowledging that "arbitration is a form of dispute resolution that finds favor in the courts," and that "[n]othing in the PMPA suggests that Congress intended to change the general presumption in favor of upholding agreements to submit statutory claims to arbitration," the Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit nonetheless reversed and ordered the matter to be tried in court.
Researchers gave the drug, PMPA, to 25 macaque monkeys as late as a day after inoculating the animals with simian immunodeficiency virus (SIV).
07 billion of outstanding PMPA electric revenue bonds to 'A-' from 'BBB+'.
The Insurance Compensation fund was used in the 1980s to bail bankrupt motor insurer PMPA and AIB's insurance arm, Insurance Corporation of Ireland.
PMPA, the active form of tenofovir, proved very effective in preventing HIV infection in early animal studies (tenofovir is a chemical modification of PMPA, designed so that the drug could be given orally, as PMPA cannot).
PMPA recently introduced a package called Freedom which offers unlimited contents cover for people taking out building insurance.
Even in advance of deregulation, the PMPA cities are under pressure to lower their rates and limit their dependence on utility revenue transfers.
Hardinge shares their 100 years of experience as a manufacturer, as a machine shop, as an educator and as a technological leader through organizations such as PMPA, industry trade shows, conferences and comprehensive websites.
Alan Nolan, 42, claimed IREUR5,153 (EUR6,542) from Guardian PMPA after he and two other men staged a three-car smash on the M50 in Dublin in 1995.