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Y2KYear 2000
Y2KYou're Too Kind (Internet slang)
Y2KYet To Know
Y2KYear to Kill (movie)
Y2KYearn To Know
Y2KYes to Kids
Y2KYes 2 Kia
Y2KYear 2000 Kaos :-)
Y2KYou're Too Cute! :-)
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So my Grandson had disappeared in disgrace; and there I sat by my Wife's side, endeavouring to form a retrospect of the year 1999 and of the possibilities of the year 2000, but not quite able to shake off the thoughts suggested by the prattle of my bright little Hexagon.
Prevention is the recommended strategy for lessening the business and legal risks of Year 2000 computer failures.
For instance, it is important to state in your company's notice to its first-party carriers that the performance of year 2000 remedial activities exposed an imminent threat to covered property and that the company, therefore, requests reimbursement of its costs incurred in performing its year 2000 remedial activities.
While the Bible does not provide a date for the apocalypse, many groups(4) and individuals have concluded that they are currently living in the "end times." To some individuals, the year 2000, with its numerical symmetry and obvious millennial correlation, represents the date of the great battle between good and evil.
This problem is further exacerbated because the year 2000 is a leap year that does not follow the normal pattern.
Discuss year 2000 with third-party services you use, like book vendors, reference resources, outsourcing contracts, and maintenance contracts.
The findings from our testing help us support the initial expectations of our members and principal suppliers -- that call voice and data call processing will continue without significant disruptions during the transition," said Gene Chiappetta, Chairman of the Telco Year 2000 Forum.
They share only one Year 2000 goal: the desire for intimacy.
However, it is possible that people may have installed software that is not "Year 2000 Compliant" on a computer that otherwise meets all the requirements of a "Year 2000 Compliant" system.
Beginning in late 1997 securities regulators began issuing guidance on the Year 2000 issue.
The company may, therefore, want to ask that vendors and service providers agree to contractual language that the statute of limitation is waived until after the year 2000 (a type of legal clause known as a tolling agreement).
GASB TB 98-1 indicates that state and local governments need to provide certain Year 2000 disclosures concerning in the notes to their financial statements to conform with generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP).