(47) Having found the association's petition timely under the third point of entry
, the court did not address whether the fourth point of entry
was triggered by the notice of correction.
In comparison, Capture at the Point of Entry
provides proven and predictable processes for exception handling, which quickly resolve and significantly reduce downstream exceptions without the need to bother the originator.
Last question, you dedicate Point of Entry
to "the five women in your life." Who are those five women?
Franzen's lament about the book-club sticker is the quickest point of entry
into the world of taste hypocrisy.
The system provides a single point of entry
to multiple logistics information systems for visibility of the supply pipeline for international customers.
The first step in the strategy is called a Point of Entry
. It is a one-hour (at the longest) introductory event about your organization, said Axelrod.
Sometimes, it would take a week for the files to arrive in Tokyo if the point of entry
is in far-away places, the sources said.
While most Americans find entry into our long-term care system to be confusing, Australia has developed a well-organized point of entry
into its long-term care system through its network of 140 government-sponsored aged-care assessment teams (ACATs).
By filtering out the IP addresses of hackers at the point of entry
- normally the router - administrators can stop hackers from using servers with those addresses.
He said: 'The UK has always been a very easy point of entry
for US business on the basis that we share a common language.
This product also features a self-cleaning feature, which incorporates a downward wash-jet for cleaning centralized agitator units, and a cleaning stream that is also directed to the point of entry
top half and sides of the tank for maximum cleaning efficiency.
He'd taken the photos of their kid up against windows and doors - every point of entry
. Makes you think, eh?