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3AThird Amendment
3AActive Absorbable Algal
3AAttend Scene of Crime/Incident (police incident code; New Zealand)
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A portion of the additional borrowings under the term loan B facility was immediately applied to repay in full the balance of the aggregate principal amount of the advances under the revolving facility outstanding immediately prior to the effective date of the third amendment in the aggregate amount of $150 million and to pay fees and expenses incurred in connection with the third amendment and the transactions contemplated thereby.
11) While the district court allowed some of the family's other claims to proceed on the merits, the court dismissed the family's Third Amendment claim, holding that municipal police officers are not "soldiers" within the meaning of the Third Amendment.
Perry's suit in district court against the FHFA and the Treasury specifically focused on administrative law arguments against the enforcement of the Third Amendment to the PSPAs.
Pakistan Muslim League-Functional (PML-F) minority lawmaker, Nand Kumar, demanded to government to immediately withdraw local government third amendment ordinance and said that minorities had always been deprived of their rights by the ruling class of the province.
The lawmakers will discuss among others the first reading of Iraq's joining to the Arab Conference of communications technology agreement bill as well as the first reading of the third amendment of the provincial councils elections draft law," the source continued.
The third amendment in her view was totally pointless without any specific goal.
A third amendment obliges cable operators to keep their customers informed about any changes they make to the package of channels they offer through the signing of a contract addendum.
The third amendment, which requires the approval of DCB's shareholders, changes the date in the section regarding the registration and listing of FFI shares from April 30, 2013 to October 31, 2013.
They include the weights and measures clause about legislative powers, the original-jurisdiction clause about judicial powers, the natural-born citizen clause about who can serve in an elective office, the title of nobility clauses about equality, and the Third Amendment about privacy.
To the extent that the Third Amendment has a doctrinal
MANY AMERICANS TODAY are baffled by the Third Amendment to the Constitution, the one in which the quartering of troops in private homes is prohibited in times of peace, except by the consent of the owner.
The third amendment is concerning parties eligible to run in the elections.