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interim

(ĭn'tĕr-ĭm) [L. interim, in the meantime]
1. An intervening period.
2. Temporary, preliminary, or provisional.
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The IHC extended Zardari's interim bail in the Tosha Khana vehicles inquiry until June 20.
At this, the bench adjourned the case for two weeks besides extending interim bail of Qaim Ali Shah till April 30.
"PM Khan, himself a former cricket captain who won the ODI World Cup in 1992, said that interim teams aren't scored on what they do.
This dividend marks a growth of 3.2% when compared to the three interim dividends and the final dividend paid for the 2017 fiscal year.
Interim and Conservatory Measures: Federal Arbitration Law
- The Group recorded an after-tax profit of approximately HK$30.76 million (interim period in 2017: HK$21.45 million), representing an increase of 43%.
Afridi contended that the new set of rules, promulgated by the President on May 29, before the merger of the now-defunct Fata with Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa (K-P) aiming to provide an interim system of administration of justice, maintenance of peace and good governance.
The interim chief minister also stated that his provincial cabinet will be limited and apolitical.
The share price for the new shares to be issued as payment of the 2017 first interim dividend is set by the Board of Directors at 41.12.
First, Christian says, "GMR incorrectly asserts that the interim license fee was 'negotiated' with the RMLC."
David's; Full-time minister: Interim Moderator Rev.
The announcements were made through a press release issued by NITL on June 15, 2016 after its Board of Directors approved the interim distribution for all Funds under its management.

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