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special conditions

See contingency clause.

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She had only supposed that, after the repast, I had carried off both the children; as to which she was quite in her right, for it was the very first time I had allowed the little girl out of my sight without some special provision.
And did we not make special provision for this, when we said that the disciples of philosophy were to be orderly and steadfast, not, as now, any chance aspirant or intruder?
The said scheme aimed to improve the overall technological configuration of the sector; remove critical imbalances in the value chain; achieve compliance with international standards and increase overall investment through support with special provisions for supporting the SME Sector.
This even though the 2017 General Appropriations Act included in the Special Provisions the P8.
Article 25 (3) also empowers the State to make special provisions for protection of children.
In a Tuesday announcement, the CFPB said it issued an interim final rule that broadens special provisions for small creditors in rural or underserved areas.
The programme also made special provisions for the returnees and the dips, with priority being given to the widows and orphans and the persons with special needs.
The move comes in the wake of the amendment of the Financial Institutions Bill 2004, introducing special provisions permitting banks to issue Islamic finance instruments.
The Bill says the Central Bank, in consultation with the Minister [of Finance] shall make special provisions for the licensing and operation of Islamic banking.
The youth solon said these are contained in Section 12 of the Special Provisions of House Bill 6132 or the budget measure, which tackles "Vocational and Practicum Training of Students.
BAGHDAD / NINA / Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi directed to cancel the special provisions for presidencies, bodies and state's institutions and their retired according to instructions issued by the Prime Minister to take into account the justice, professional and competence.
For this reason there are special provisions in the West for dealing with the evidence of children and certain other vulnerable individuals.

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