Among the early filers in the Commission on Elections (Comelec) recently was a former Senate president who assumed office as senator pursuant to the 2007 national elections for a six-year term
ending in 2013.
Brophy of 90 Ruggles Lane has submitted papers for one of the two three-year terms
on the Quabbin Regional School Committee.
The loan featured a rate of 5.89% and a 10-year term
. The transaction was negotiated by Avi Weinstock and Josh Rhine.
Our rejection of the use of the term
marriage for same-sex copulation reflects that of the Catholic Church.
Let V be the interaction between electrons (which is mainly electrostatic), and define the first-order approximate energy as the energy associated with a given configuration (the sum of the eigenvalue of the equation for independent electrons, the exchange energy, and the diagonal term
Taking all these criteria into account, we developed this alphabetical list of the long term
care industry's cream of the crop--the 2005 class of CLTC's Power & Influence Top 25.
Should Bush win a second term
, the politics of anything-goes would only intensify--because it would no longer be seen as controversial.
Rogers, CDA, Hodges, SC, re-elected to a term
A task force examining the primacy did not feel "unanimous enthusiasm" for a fixed term
, but felt it should be discussed, said Bishop Ann Tottenham of Toronto, a member of the group.
To reduce the risk that a long contract term
will make the termination or non-renewal process more difficult, you should insist upon a relatively short contract term
(not to exceed three years and preferably no more than one year).
25.2702-3(d)(3), the qualified annuity or unitrust interest must be payable "for the life of the term
bolder, for a specified term
of years, or for the shorter (but not longer) of those periods."
We focused on three levels of data analysis--sessions, queries, and terms
. This large-scale study provides insights into Web searching with implications for developing better search engines and services.