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Deadline

The time at which a project or other assignment is due. For example, a supervisor may give an employee a Thursday deadline to prepare a presentation for the supervisor to deliver on Friday. In business, keeping deadlines may indicate efficiency.
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The application deadlines to apply for most permits is often six months to a year in advance of the seasons and hunters must send in application fees for the expensive licenses even if their odds of being drawn are small.
OpenNetwork recently announced a HIPAA transaction security solution that works with Microsoft BizTalk Accelerator for HIPAA, enabling companies to rapidly and easily meet the October deadline while providing enhanced transaction security.
That's fine, as long as they are willing to take the responsibility for getting a check to the creditor by that deadline - not just in the mail, but delivered to the company.
Unfortunately this can lead to systems which are found to miss deadlines or have subtle timing bugs during testing, or even worse, after deployment.
The application deadline for limited permits (limited-entry deer and elk units and all pronghorn, moose and bighorn sheep) could be earlier this year - in April - so get on Utah's non-resident list now.
By utilizing these rule sets, attorneys can monitor their cases and keep track of all related deadlines, such as when to give notice of hearings and when to provide documents to opposing counsel prior to hearings.
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The NFL had set a deadline of Wednesday for the three competing sites to begin their EIRs, something the Coliseum completed last December and the Rose Bowl is slated to begin Saturday.
community scholarships, the deadline is November 8.
30 deadline for the filing of its quarterly statements and unforeseen matters could cause it to be delayed in meeting the current Sept.
A day before a key deadline to meet federal goals to reform the Los Angeles Police Department, city leaders on Monday defended the progress they have made and reiterated their hope to have the consent decree lifted in 2006.
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