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Last week, those doubts were actualized as the country’s apex bank gave a directive to banks and financial institutions from dealing in cryptocurrency or facilitating payments for cryptocurrency exchange platforms.
He also bemoans last-minute directives from managers to work mandatory overtime shifts, sometimes coming just hours before the shift starts.
Although the directive does not cover links or “very short extracts”.
France was the first country to transpose the EU directive into its own laws.
It issued a policy directive called Document 60 that year to enable large private investment in companies interested in participating in the space industry.
In Texas, a directive instructing providers not to wait to complete one priority group before moving to the next led health authorities in San Antonio to overhaul their plan.
VACCINES WERE A CHANCE TO REDEEM FAILURES IN THE U.S. CORONAVIRUS RESPONSE. WHAT WENT WRONG?LENA H. SUN, ISAAC STANLEY-BECKER, FRANCES STEAD SELLERS, LAURIE MCGINLEY, AMY GOLDSTEIN, CHRISTOPHER ROWLAND, CAROLYN Y. JOHNSONJANUARY 11, 2021WASHINGTON POST
An elbow to Morsell’s face left him with a fractured bone, a visible indentation and a directive from the Maryland men’s basketball team’s medical staff that he could not return to the court.
The fifth-year coach, who led the Eagles to a Super Bowl win three years ago, also denied that a directive to bench Hurts came from higher up in the organization.
What directive forces are these stirring millions likely to encounter?
The directive work of the school will thus become a practical realization in the home.

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