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An obsolete Dutch unit of weight roughly equivalent to 2,000 kilograms.
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According to Judge Laster, Fresenius' investigation into the matter "uncovered serious and pervasive data integrity problems that rendered Akorn's representations about its regulatory compliance sufficiently inaccurate that the deviation between Akorn's actual condition and its as-represented condition would reasonably be expected to result in a Material Adverse Effect."
Vigilance is another recurring theme that Laster envisions as being pivotal to the periods of theater productions, participatory paratheatrical experiments, and ritual arts: "Vigilance is proposed as an alternative mode of being within an action in which an expanded receptivity may replace the conventional understanding of both the spectator as passive receptor and the performer as the active agent of action" (88).
"The original merger consideration was dictated by what a financial sponsor could pay and still generate outsized returns," wrote Laster.
During the webinar, Laster and Biliouris will also provide an overview of the NCUA's fair lending examination program.
Laster CEO Zile Liu said that with augmented reality, the Internet comes to the real world, adding that it brings more efficient information, directly in the field of view, Tech Hive reports.
Laster said that for the measure that allows lawsuits against advertisers to be successful, it should allow victims to have as long as they need before bringing a suit.
By Dottie Laster, Anti-Trafficking Coordinator, Bernardo Kohler Center
Laster, a rheumatologist in private practice in Charlotte, N.C., and chair of the public policy committee for the ISCD.
Its nylon parts, including wings, integral control surfaces, and access hatches, were digitally "printed" on an EOS Eosint P730 laster sintering system from Electo Optical Systems (EOS) in Germany (EOS of North America is in Novi, Mich.).
'n Mens moet in gedagte hou dat die Afrikaanse populasie steeds baie godsdienstig is en nie maklik laster aanvaar nie.
However, prior to January, any deadline-oriented issues will likely have first priority for outgoing House Financial Services Committee Chairman Barney Frank (D-Massachusetts), primarily expiring mortgages, said Gail Laster, deputy chief counsel for the House Financial Services Committee.
Laster, a retired middle school teacher, provides a companion to her first book, Brain-based Teaching for All Subjects: Patterns to Promote Learning (2008), that outlines a teaching approach that makes connections between subjects, uses themes, and is based on the way the brain links related concepts.