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In general, brand and media spend is going through serious schedule shifting and contingency planning.
It’s not clear yet whether any of those arguments will be delayed because of Ginsburg’s death, though in the past the court has been able to continue with at least six judges and contingencies for ties.
Bent Flyvbjerg, an economist at Oxford’s Saïd Business School and leader of the research, accused the IOC of being “either deluded, or deliberately overlooking uncomfortable facts” when it sets contingency levels for the games.
Some advertisers are going as far as to put contingency clauses in their contracts with influencers to guarantee that their TikTok campaigns will run on Instagram in the absence of the video-sharing app.
We had contingency plans about how to manage if X percent of staff were ill, now that feels naive.
The painful contingency of continued bad seasons has thus, in some measure, been provided against.
A note that is payable on a contingency is not negotiable, and the happening of the event does not cure the defect.
Ken, it is said, acknowledged that under such a contingency he should feel wholly released from his allegiance.
THE ENGLISH CHURCH IN THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURYCHARLES J. ABBEY AND JOHN H. OVERTON
The House was relieved to hear from Mr. Brace that there was no immediate danger of this contingency.
Sir Robert Peel said, that he doubted the right of any one to catechise his party on the results of a contingency.

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