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relicensing

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A component of the General Medical Council (GMC)’s process of revalidation of a doctor practising medicine in the UK, which requires that doctors practise in accordance with the GMC’s generic standards.
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As that differential shrank, the $180 million price tag for relicensing cast Carmen Smith's financial viability in doubt.
Yet our leaders are not talking about whether or not to rescind the relicensing based on a fraudulent inducement--starting with Robert Moses--the promise of low cost electricity or even how to get low electric rates for the people of this region.
MWH Global is the construction manager on the project and has assisted Chugach throughout the relicensing effort.
The Federal Power Act, Relicensing, and Dam Removal Efforts
"Despite this, the NRC has refused my repeated requests to address the impacts of spent fuel leaks and fires in Indian Point's relicensing proceeding on the environment and public health.
PLYMOUTH - A three-judge panel has rejected a request by the Massachusetts attorney general to suspend the relicensing of the Pilgrim nuclear power plant in Plymouth.
Today's plant owner--NextEra Energy (a subsidiary of Florida Power and Light)--has derided to get a two-decade jump on relicensing the plant--for better long-term planning, it says.
He has also worked to prevent federal relicensing of reactors for another 20 years when their licenses expire in 2013 and 2015.
We are adamant that the relicensing of Indian Point not go forward until seismic risks are evaluated," ABC News quoted Schneiderman as saying.
Vermont registered nurses and advanced practice nurses are relicensing on-line for the first time this year.
The hatchery's renovation was stipulated in the federal government's 2003 relicensing for the Mayfield and Mossyrock dams operated by Tacoma Power.