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RETAINRemote Technical Assistance and Information Network
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Louis XII divorced his wife, Jeanne, daughter of Louis XI, and married in 1499 Anne of Brittany, widow of Charles VIII, in order to retain the Duchy of Brittany for the crown.
Thus King Louis lost Lombardy by not having followed any of the conditions observed by those who have taken possession of countries and wished to retain them.
But as the plan of the convention aims only at a partial union or consolidation, the State governments would clearly retain all the rights of sovereignty which they before had, and which were not, by that act, EXCLUSIVELY delegated to the United States.
Provider of resource planning software Retain International on Monday announced the launch of its new web-based resource planning solution for businesses, Retain Web Corporate, which combines functionality of the company's Retain Planner software with client-hosted web servers and database to provide a secure, flexible and scalable resource planning solution.
The only available insurance required the company to retain a larger portion of the risk through a large deductible.
103 that auditors should retain audit documentation for a specific period--at least five years after the report release date.
In that situation, it is not clear that a court would have found an implied right to retain the income or property to apply Sec.
STEP 2: Test out ways a sponge can retain the most water.
Within the 69 provisions of Sarbanes-Oxley, and its hundreds of subparagraphs, there is a new requirement to store or retain documents: ".
Steve May, an Army reserve lieutenant who was threatened with discharge in 1999 after he disclosed his sexual orientation during his work as an Arizona state representative, argued in court that the military could legally retain him for the good of the service.
To reduce this defect, filters retain the slag, which keeps it from becoming part of the casting, and smooth the flow of the metal, reducing the turbulence and creating a smoother casting.
Without timely guidance on new technologies, taxpayers will remain uncertain about their record-retention obligations and, hence, may retain multiple information systems and redundant records thereby substantially increasing their record-keeping costs and diminishing the efficiencies and economies otherwise enabled by the new technology.