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section (federal code)

A particularly numbered subpart of some federal law.The text of any federal law may be found by going to the Office of the Law Revision Counsel at and clicking on “Search the U.S. Code.” Laws written as, for example,“26 U.S.C. Section 121,”“26 U.S.C. §121,”or sometimes “U.S.C.A.”or “U.S.C.S.”consist of a “title”(26 in the example) and a “section”(121 in the example).Entering the appropriate title and section will bring up the text of the law. See also U.S.C.

section (of land)

A section is a specific area of land measuring 1 square mile. See public land survey system.

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Patrick Hickey is a member of Moye White's Trial Section and has represented clients in a variety of industries as a commercial litigator.
The objective of Che assignment is to cany out pavement design of Low volume Seated Roads using the DCP-DN method, fotaved by ine supervision cf construction of trial sections in Western Zambia (Kalahari sands, cafcretes and Eastern Zambia (late-rites) to sealed standards, applying various seal types and experimenting with luoalty-available materials.
However, except in the trial section, Ollie's perception prevails and orients t he reader's sense of center and periphery.
John Traxler, a Learning and Teaching research fellow who is leading the initiative, said the messages were currently being sent to a trial section of first-year students,
John Traxler, a learning and teaching research fellow who is leading the scheme, said the messages were being sent to a trial section of first-year students,
This is where the trial section of the firm, comprised of Alan Tannenbaum, Mike Pugh, LL.
The promising Eston pedaller clinched the over-16 contest at the Offroad Centre, South Bank, despite a brief thunderstorm and heavy shower that lashed the first of the 36 riders on the time trial section.
First, in limited, truly shocking circumstances, courts have preserved for trial Section 1983 suits against school officials based on the state-created danger theory.