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But the figures passed to us show that over the 20-day period from February 15 to last Saturday, March 6, as many as 196 of the 890 programmes put out by S4C were rated as having zero viewers.
Burns urges subcontractors to hold back on the liens, partly because there is only a 20-day period they can file from the time the work was completed--and, in most cases, that period has passed.
The programme sets out common entry standards, a compulsory 20-day period of protected Learning for all nurses trained outside the European Economic Area and, where appropriate, a period of supervised practice.
This means all overseas qualified nurses seeking to register with the NMC will be required to undertake a 20-day period of protected learning time to familiarise them with UK health care practice.
However, last night he said he would again take up the campaign ( after Dr Ladyman's office failed to respond to the invitation, signed jointly by the North-East Chamber of Commerce, The Journal and our sister paper the Evening Gazette, within the usual 20-day period.
Nonetheless, Respondent failed to file an answer within the 20-day period or thereafter.
Thus, the process seemingly acknowledges that not every IDR is capable of being answered within a 20-day period.
713, and because of the appellate court's uniform insistence on strict application of the mechanic's lien law, we hold that any order discharging a mechanic's lien under the quoted subsection, for failure to file a response showing cause why the lien should not remain in force and effect within the 20-day period, cannot be subject to subsequent review by the trial court on grounds of excusable neglect and due diligence.
Dan McShane, said a 20-day period during which she had no word from him seemed longer than the entire deployment.
Secondly, France is not prepared to subscribe to the 20-day period (set in article 4) available to public bodies to provide documents requested after the date on which requests are received the.
intersections over a 20-day period last summer revealed that 99% of infants (aged 0-1 years), 94% of toddlers (1-3 years), and 87% of 4- to 7 year-olds were riding restrained in appropriate car seats or booster seats.