RETAINS


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RETAINSReenlistment, Reclassification and Assignment System
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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.
remainder) interest in tangible personal property if the donor retains an intervening interest, Sec.
If the program retains an additional 100 students, the savings are substantial.
2036, the District Court considered (1) whether or not there was a bona fide sale in the transfer of assets to the partnership controlled by the son; and (2) whether or not an express or implied agreement existed that the decedent would retain the economic benefit of the property.
Yet increasingly, commanding officers have been creatively reinterpreting "don't ask, don't tell" in an apparent effort to retain gay and lesbian service members.
Then, the records manager must decide how long to retain the records.
The accounting program or system that retains and processes the data is generally irrelevant to an examination of the transaction except in limited circumstances, i.
When you look at risk as an investment decision, figuring out how much risk to retain - and when - gets more complicated.
As the general partner the transferor retains control over the assets while the assets are safe from creditors.