Santim


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Santim

A subunit of several currencies. A santim is 1/100 of a Moroccan dirham, a Latvian lat or an Ethiopian birr. See also: Cent.
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On appeal, the appellants alleged that the supplemental final environmental impact statement (SFEIS) violated NEPA by failing to contain information regarding the effects of the fires on the Alec and Santim sales.(298) In a two-page opinion, the Ninth Circuit dismissed all of appellants' claims.(299) The Ninth Circuit first pointed out that "[a] circuit court lacks authority to decide which timber ought to be sold, and which left in place.
The Ninth Circuit rejected the appellants' argument that the SFEIS was in fact an EIS for a salvage sale and did not supplement the FEIS for the Alec and Santim sales, stating that "[w]e cannot square that assertion with what the document says."(302) The court explained that "the supplement says that the fire `did not change ...
"Local flowers, for instance roses, are twice as expensive wholesale, and about 40-50 santims more expensive in retail, than are imported.
Riga Mayor Nils Usakovs, however, has promised that fares in Riga will not reach 60 santims.