public title

public title

A clinical trial protocol title intended for the lay public and worded in easily understood language.
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However, public title searches are not possible in the Middle East as these records are not publicly available.
There will also be video art and projection from the other name whose work is set to go on display under the Making Things Public title - another late American artist, Gretchen Bender, who, incidently, made videos for New Order and Megadeth.
Notary Public title bestowed Birmingham lawyer Sophie Philippon-Thomas, a real estate partner at Freeth Cartwright's city centre practice, has been appointed as a Notary Public, one of only 900 holders in England and Wales of one of the oldest titles in the UK legal profession.
Summary: North Korea's ailing leader Kim Jong-il has given his youngest son his first public title, naming him a general.
Food and Drug Administration (FDA) will begin administering Public Title II of Public Law 108-282, The Food Allergen Labeling Consumer Protection Act of 2004.
Entrance is the public title for the music of Guy Blakeslee, a 21-year-old guitarist, singer and prolific songwriter originally from Baltimore.
Willis argues that performances and the symbolisms portrayed by individual masks were orchestrated to a large extent by powerful women from the dominant lineages, some of whom had public titles and functions as ward heads or chiefs, and by others with a less visible presence in Otta political life.
The law bans the use of symbols and public titles in the state, including Qatar's national flag as well as the pictures and names of members of the ruling family and similar figures.
For decades, the candidate himself and his extensive extended family have held a litany of public titles and nurtured deep relationships in Democratic circles.
Pension-fund contributors, meanwhile, have not only failed to see their capital grow, but have actually lost part of what they have paid in over the past seven years, and they risk losing everything, because most of the investments made by the AFJPs are in Argentine public titles that are steadily losing value.
(5) of 2017 on the commercial use of symbols and public titles in the State.
In a statement yesterday, the MEC said such unauthorised use was in violation of Circular No 5 of 2017 on the commercial use of symbols and public titles in the State and Article 8 of Law No 9 of 2002 regarding trademarks, trade data and names, geographical indicators, logos and industrial designs.

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