References in periodicals archive ?
This would happen because either the tenant did not requalify or the agency had not notified the owner, but in the worst case, does protect the owner from losing more than six months of a full rent.
The focal distance of the system allows contact-to-noncontact switching with standard 20 mm styli without moving the probe, thus avoiding the need to requalify.
Indeed, the funds had to be spent before the patient could requalify for Medicaid.
The rest of the drivers will requalify through heats on the second night and will be starting behind the locked-in cars.
Part of the consideration is how the society can devise frameworks that will help make routes into the profession easier for different groups, including those who seek to requalify.
"Of course it is our ambition to requalify for Europe and we will not settle for anything less," said McClaren (pictured above).
Bees skipper Billy Hamill produced his best performance of the year to finish third on the rostum behind Rickardsson and Tomasz Gollob, and like ex-Bees colleague Greg Hancock, he is now guaranteed to finish in the top 10 who requalify for the 2003 series.
Hamill is ninth on 43 points - and just above the cut-off for the top 10 who automatically requalify for the 2003 series - while Jonsson is just below the line in 11th place on 41 points.
Acronyms browser ?
Full browser ?
- Requalification Training
- Requesens y Zuniga, Luis de
- Requesens y Zúñiga, Luis de
- Requesens, Luis de Zúñiga y
- request (one) to (do something)
- request (something) from (someone or something)
- request (something) of (someone or something)
- Request Accepted
- Request Advice As to Further Action
- Request Altitude Change
- Request Altitude Change En-route
- Request and Authorization for In-scope Tasking
- Request and Authorization for Service
- Request and Inspection of Documents
- Request and Status Link
- Request and Status Links
- Request Answer By
- Request Arrival Interval
- Request Authority to Requisition