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Cure

To make good a default.
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Cure

1. To correct an error.

2. To make a payment, either in full or in part, on a liability that is in default.
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Moreover, only one-third of those with single lesions get potentially curative therapy, said Dr.
* "Believability was another issue because applicators felt it would be difficult to convince their customers that one application as a preventative measure would work for a whole year when consumers were always in a curative mode, chasing fire ant mounds around the yard."
(13,14) The available data do not document any additional specific treatment effects of HAART plus anti-lymphoma therapy administered with curative intent in patients with systemic ARL.
Worden apparently first approached Curative about developing the technology, but the company already had its own autologous therapy called Procuren and wasn't interested in Worden's idea.
In addition, it may not make remedial or curative amortization allocations to the buyer under the Sec.
Irvin Yalom's book, The Theory and Practice of Group Psychotherapy, presents a list of curative factors that exist in group psychotherapy.
This method generally accomplishes the same net result, over time, as the traditional method with curative allocations.
In many oncology trials, the standard therapy is known to have minimal to no curative potential, and yet this largely ineffective therapy is routinely funded by insurers.
Curative allocations are special allocations of partnership items of income, gain, loss, or deduction that are intended to 'cure" ceiling rule distortions.
The regulations do, however, forbid false or misleading claims about "curative or therapeutic effects," and the BATF cited a 1954 regulatory interpretation that says "any reference to vitamin content in the advertising of malt beverages would mislead a substantial number of persons to believe that consumption of the product would produce curative or therapeutic effects."
I have compiled a representative miscellar of the hundreds of arboreal panaceas that formerly were accepted with faith in their curative powers.