section] 1001 by falsely understating the amount of shares owned by both his immediate family
and the group in submissions he made to Federal Reserve staff in December 1997, April 1998, and August 1998.
The 1976 Act set out the immediate family
who can sue as a surviving spouse, opposite-sex cohabitee, parent or child.
Are you aware of an act of domestic violence committed by a member of your immediate family
She tells of one 77-year-old man, who lived alone and had no immediate family
Lair has included recipes that are innovative and fresh enough to entice longtime vegans and vegetarians to enjoy this book, and she also made sure to include vegan versions of the old standbys for those stubborn meat-eaters in your immediate family
Now, if I weren't nervous enough, you have to add the fact that the camp experience is not a strong tradition in my immediate family
A financial relationship of a physician (or immediate family
member) is defined in the statute as "an ownership or investment interest in the entity" or "a compensation arrangement.
Brooks plans to sell the shares to immediate family
members in a private transaction as part of the estate planning process.
The Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is designed to provide short to medium term assistance to employees and immediate family
members experiencing difficulties.
Only immediate family
members of inmates are accommodated in the NBP on Friday.
The study showed that mums are central to children's lives - 96% named their mother when asked to say who was in their immediate family
, but 26% said they did not count their father as immediate family
NE in four children do not regard their athers as part of their immediate family
, ccording to a survey published today.