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person

Legally, any natural or artificial person, which would include corporations, partnerships, associations, and limited liability companies. If it is important to distinguish among the “persons” who may do something or who are prohibited from doing something, relevant contracts, leases, or statutes will usually define the term.

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Such interventions, designed to reduce exposure of susceptible persons to an infectious agent, were commonly used for infection control in previous centuries.
Now, step out of the other person and become a detached observer again.
Gbadegesin examines the notion of destiny and whether the Yoruba's conception of a person as one with a chosen destiny implies fatalism, in that the idea of destiny suggests that one's life experiences are fixed.
This gives a person a sense of whether their network may be relatively small or redundant, and provides baseline on which to build.
Notify the department of insurance of the state where the person or entity is located.
As stated above, only gifts to trusts that are deemed skip persons are subject to current GST tax in the year given.
check] Person develops emotional problems such as irrational or compulsive behavior.
One of them, a floor lamp, turns on or off by voice command only when a person is looking at it.
To summarize Hoffman's and Falk's approaches to the persons issues in the traditional blessing formula: for the sake of consistency, Hoffman drops the third person reference to God and retains only the second person; for the sake of eliminating the masculine-gendered references to God, Falk completely eliminates the second person, and indeed, personhood altogether for God.
The second person point of view, "you saw," "you said," "you did," is seldom used because the reader doesn't necessarily get involved with the character.
Although NCIC mandates agencies to enter wanted records in a timely manner, some agencies do not enter or complete all wanted person entries.