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STA

1. Securities Transfer Association. A trade association for banks and independent transfer agents. The STA performs a number of services for the industry and, significantly, operates the STAMP program.

2. Security Trader Association. A trade association for individuals who trade in securities. Established in Chicago in 1934, the STA provides educational, informational, and social opportunities for members.

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But the problem for Fallon, and for any theorist of using multiple sources of interpretive meaning including stare decisis, is to justify the inclusion of precedent in the mix.
Completion of the JTF collection plan coincided with introduction of the Gorgon Stare capability into theater.
The bizarre reply came in response to a query by a teenage schoolgirl who asked the Parliamentarian a rather naive question that if someone continuously stares at a girl when she steps out of her house then what she should do.
Barnette, (14) in which overrulings were "based simply on the belief that the prior case was wrongly decided." (15) Beyond issues of historical lineage, questions also remain as to what a special justification entails under the modern doctrine of stare decisis.
They stare keenly like a Khoisan bushman tracking a deer in the Savanna grasslands, knowing that if his eyes lost focus for a minute, he wont have supper.I knew things had worsened when a slay queen told me Aki I cant come to your place anymore.
The second place winner, a Taiwanese student named Kuo Han-cheng, said that when he takes a break he often stares blankly into space.
(2) But an overlooked yet fundamental problem with the FISA courts' work is that judge-made law can be generated only through stare decisis, (3) a doctrine that we argue is not justified when applied to secret opinions of the type the FISA courts produce.
Eight digital advert screens have been installed in bus shelters and shopping centres across London which encourage passers-by to have a 'stare off' with one of four of the campaign's pre-recorded opponents.