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provisional

/pro·vi·sion·al/ (-vizh´un-al) formed or performed for temporary purposes; temporary.

provisional

(prō-vĭzh′ŭn-ăl) [L. provisio, provision]
Serving a temporary use pending permanent arrangements.
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Building on nearly 45 acres of land at the Provo Municipal Airport, Duncan Aviation will add nearly 275,000-square-feet of buildings with a 222,000-square-foot maintenance and modifications center and a 53,000-square-foot paint facility.
so clearly fast Internet speeds are at a premium in that state 6 but why did the Provo City Council relinquish its $39 million fiber network to Google for a single buck?
We are excited to be working with her on this Cricut Cuttlebug collection," says Ashish Arora, CEO of Provo Craft.
The service also ended the "developing" watch on Provo Craft & Novelty and terminated all its ratings as the company failed to provide financial and covenant compliance data.
Sorenson Capital, a private-equity firm, and the management of Provo Craft & Novelty, Inc would continue to hold significant equity stakes in the company.
The deal allowed Provo Craft to enter into new credit facilities, which along with BAML Capital's investment will help finance its development plan and diversify its portfolio, chief executive, James Thornton, said.
As I walked away from the Provo, getting pelted by hail, I thought, this stream doesn't get its due respect.
The Provo warlord, who has a fearsome reputation within republican circles is believed to have reacted angrily to the decision to replace him with another member of the north Armagh Brigade staff.
North Sky, previously known as Direct-Connect, now has 22 staff, up from only eight in April, and is in the process of moving from Provo to Orem to accommodate them.
Many have expressed a desire for individual images, so I know that they will be as excited about this brand new a la carte offering as we are," said Ashish Arora, CEO of Provo Craft.
com is pleased with the incentives that the Governor's Office of Economic Development and Provo City offered.
Nevertheless, the teen mother moved to Provo during her last trimester of pregnancy in the fall of 1994.