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DISMDismiss
DISMDeployment Image Servicing and Management (Microsoft)
DISMDynamic Intimate Shared Memory (Sun Solaris Server)
DISMDisability Insurance State Manual
DISMDiploma in Information System Management
DISMDismounted Intelligence Situation Mapboard
DISMDigital Interface Standards for Monitors
DISMDiploma in Infocomm Securities Management (Singapore Polytechnic)
DISMDepartment of Intellectual Property, Standardization and Metrology (National Authority for Science and Technology: Laos)
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That would have allowed the Delhi Police to dismiss him.
6015(0 stand-alone cases without a deficiency determination, a motion to dismiss for lack of jurisdiction should be filed.
RECENT CASE LAW shows a trend to dismiss claims under the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO) against outside CPAs who did not participate in the management or operation of client companies.
So in some eases, the court will not simply dismiss the case, but let the jury decide, Chief Justice Judith S.
would be willing to dismiss its lawsuit against the city if ``all disputes regarding Dos Vientos ranch, including outside lawsuits'' are dismissed against the developers.
Nasdaq:JDAS) announced today that the plaintiff in a shareholder derivative complaint against certain current and former directors and officers of JDA, with JDA as a nominal defendant, has voluntarily agreed to dismiss the lawsuit.
Under a bipartisan blueprint for the trial, the Senate had deferred until this week votes on whether to call witnesses or dismiss the two articles of impeachment against Clinton.
Merix filed a motion to dismiss in March 2005, which was granted in September 2005 without prejudice to the plaintiffs' right to re-file.
On February 25, 2000, the court granted the Board's motion to dismiss the complaint.
At that point, senators will have a chance to vote whether to dismiss the case, seek testimony from witnesses or, if both those efforts fail, to vote to convict or acquit the president on the articles of impeachment.
Insmed Incorporated (Nasdaq:INSM): On June 9, 2006, the United States District Court for the Northern District of California (Judge Saundra Brown Armstrong) granted Insmed's Motion to Dismiss the Complaint filed by Tercica, Inc.