Gustafson had legitimately
claimed and received income support on behalf of himself, his wife and their children since November 1990 on the basis he was unfit for work and that he had no other income save for child benefit, he said.
But Ryan, 31, said: "I left legitimately
and this is just an administrative dispute over money.
really spent in 1960 - and not all legitimately
, either - because the kid couldn't have been elected for two cents then.
However, that ruling only stands for the proposition that when some of Target's assets are acquired by A and some by C, in exchange for A's stock, the transaction might legitimately
be viewed as if A acquired all of Target's assets in a "C" reorganization and then A transferred some of those assets to B, which in turn transferred them to C in a "double drop-down" under Sec.
However, "it's not unreasonable to suppose that most of the releases are legitimately
In the end those losses impact our customer support, product development, operational areas and ultimately they impact our player communities, most of which are trying to play games legitimately
So some arguments that can legitimately
be made against state term limits simply do not apply in Los Angeles.
How can you legitimately
claim that the fiscal atmosphere of the Clinton administration was healthier than that under George W.
The marginalization of religious, which have contributed and continue to contribute to the culture of humanism of which Europe is legitimately
proud, strikes me as both an injustice and an error of perspective.
Topics to be covered during the seminar include the current state of the local residential property management industry; the services that properties should legitimately
expect from their management company and the spectrum of management companies operating in New York: how management companies operate internally; a discussion of management fees; management and technology; how to go about a successful management search; how to understand the typical management contract; and what to expect during the transition phase.
Based on an exhaustive assembling of everything that legitimately
falls under Rabelais' textual economics of imbibing, the analysis plumbs the pervasiveness and polysemy of wine as it energizes the narrator and flows from his "tonneau fictil," generating diegetic sequences, establishing oppositional characterization, and, through its therapeutic properties, restoring and/or maintaining good health for tipplers and "gens de bien.
Only a baptized, ordained male can legitimately
confect the body and blood of Christ.