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During the first flag ceremony while Sereno is on indefinite leave, supporters of the chief justice gathered in front of the Supreme Court.
In their statement, the 13 SC justices clarified that during the extended deliberations last Tuesday, they arrived at a consensus that the Chief Justice should take an indefinite leave, citing several reasons.
Anna-Li Papa Gombio that she is taking an indefinite leave of absence from the high court starting March 1.
So, GJM Yuva Morcha will go on an indefinite hunger strike from tomorrow".
Thus, both indefinite and personal pronouns may be used vaguely and/or generically to refer to people in general or to specific unidentified individuals.
We start with the demonstration of the arbitrary guiding ability of an indefinite medium with an infinite negative permittivity by its linear type EFC.
Although the question of whether an asset's useful life is definite or indefinite may seem straightforward, certain intangibles--particularly those that are a result of contracted or other legally set terms--are difficult to judge.
As mentioned earlier, both standards require annual impairment testing of goodwill and intangibles with indefinite lives, regardless of the existence of impairment indicators.
Most of those with deportation orders are young men in their 20s and 30s, many of whom only recently returned home from indefinite detention.
162(a) to provide that any out-of-town employment assignment lasting more than one year is an indefinite assignment.
Tax benefits attributable to temporary differences that will result in future deductible amounts that are scheduled in the indefinite column generally cannot be recognized.