Though Echols stopped short of saying how much additional revenue the system would receive, he said House Republicans were supportive of the concurrent
6.) Jesus Santos Domingo - Ambassador to New Zealand with the inclusion of Cook Islands (with concurrent
jurisdiction over Republic of Fiji, the Kingdom of Tonga, and the Independent State of Samoa.)
Thought must also be given to what a 'concurrent
delay' means as there are two competing definitions of concurrency.
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* The likelihood that indemnity was paid on a claim increased with the number of concurrent
Oklahoma City Community College spokesman Cordell Jordan said students who take concurrent
courses are more successful in college and are more likely to complete their degrees.
As part of the transaction, Battery General Partner Russell Fleischer and Battery vice president Jordan Welu will join Concurrent
As a modification of the concurrent
cause rule, some courts developed the efficient proximate cause rule.
Which is why it is advantageous for those concerned with creating or sustaining concurrent
enrollment programs to familiarize themselves with the efforts described in Bridging the High School-College Gap: The Role of Concurrent
Enrollment Programs (Syracuse University Press).
Therefore, the purpose of this investigation was to examine the effects of concurrent
training on the cardiopulmonary response, power, and endurance for young athletics.
Summary: As I’ve noted previously in this space, a concurrent
use registration is a federal trademark registration of the same trademark to two or more unrelated ...
Medical retirements converted to a Department of Veterans Affairs Disability payment, upon approval and rating by that department, are not qualified for any type of "concurrent