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MUSYAMultiple-Use Sustained Yield Act (forestry)
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CHILD MISSINAccording to investigating Officer Ignatius Ewoi, the baby reportedly went missing on May 28 when she and her mother had gone to fetch water.The detectives read mischief in the suspect's statement and after thorough investigations, they established that Ms Musya had allegedly killed her daughter to save her stormy marriage.
(73) Thus, the national grasslands should still be adapted to the sole, most beneficial use (promoting grassland agriculture) rather than the multiple uses required under the MUSYA. (74)
MUSYA, and NFMA in promulgating the rule); see Talasi Brooks, Wyoming v.
The court continued its analysis, further finding support in MUSYA, which grants the Forest Service broad discretion in its authority to manage NFS lands, (96) and states that "establishment and maintenance of areas of wilderness are consistent with the purposes and provisions of [the Act]," (97) "to be supplemental to, but not in derogation of," the Organic Act.
Musya Giants pays particular attention to Antokolsky's constant struggle between his devotion to Russia and the lifelong commitment to his people and gives an account of the artist as a notable Jewish social and cultural figure, a thinker and essayist whose art reveals his longing for peoples reconciliation and overcoming of historical alienation.
Thus, when Musya invites her husband's old school chum Vikentiy (Yuri Stepanov, a balding, roly-poly version of the handsome, absent-minded scientist of Govorukhin's Stalinist-era "Not by Bread Alone") to a matchmaking dinner, the shy parasitologist ("how romantic," Anna sighs mischievously) finds himself immensely entertained throughout the evening, drawn out of his intellectual shell by copious rounds of vodka and conversation.
As it did in NFMA, Congress in FLPMA incorporated the principles of multiple use management from the 1960 Multiple-Use Sustained Yield Act (MUSYA) into its management requirements.
Anton Skvortsov, 35, kept his pet alligator Musya in a cage in his Moscow office but, after boozing with colleagues at an office party, he thought it would be a good idea to show them how much his pet loved him and he opened the cage to feed the animal by hand.
Among the many telling examples by Musya Glants is the painting by Vasili Perov, "Tea-Drinking in Mytishchi, near Moscow," which depicts a corpulent prelate stuffing his face while a crippled war veteran and a boy dressed in rags plead for food, a moving statement about social inequalities in Russia.
Phelps: We believe the Roadless Rule violated the Administrative Procedures Act (APA); the National Forest Management Act (NFMA); the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA); the Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act (ANILCA); the Tongass Timber Reform Act (TTRA); the Multiple-Use Sustained Yield Act (MUSYA); the Organic Administration Act (OAA); and the Wilderness Act.
Policies and planning specifically pertaining to national forest management are the product of a number of laws and administrative policies, including the National Forest Management Act of 1976 (NFMA)(10); the Organic Act of 1897(11); the Multiple Use Sustained-Yield Act of 1960 (MUSYA)(12); the Wilderness Act of 1964(13); the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969 (NEPA)(14); and the Endangered Species Act of 1973 (ESA).(15) Reviewing the progress of national forest management in the Sierra Nevada is an important source of information regarding the impact of public policies on the ecosystems in the region.
The Multiple-Use Sustained-Yield Act of 1960 (MUSYA) is the fundamental law that guides the Forest Service in its management of these lands.