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double check

Referring to the logo which indicates that a particular employer is proactive about hiring and accommodating people with disabilities.
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According to Rovell, Tim Van Hoof, assistant vice president of marketing communications for State Farm, said call volumes and people requesting quotes while mentioning the "Discount Double Check" are up significantly.
"After two-and-a-half hours, they hadn't found anything so they asked producers to double check and they realised their mistake.
But before heading out it is always advisable to double check specific times for your local store using theArgos store locator here.
Clinically suspicious cases are always double checked but that did not apply at the time to cases read as negative.
"The problem is identifying whether the species is farmed or poached," says Myers, adding that it is difficult to double check the claims.
Mrs Wheatley wants to hear from anyone who has made a wedding booking with the company, to double check their details are filed.
However the advice to all supporters up and down the country from both the SPL and SFL is to double check and make sure that their game is definitely on before setting out on their journey to the match.
Experts said it was routine to carry out a lumbar puncture to double check. But this had not become a mandatory back-up until 1996.