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The House committee has sought to review the ethics memorandum, in part, to determine whether Emanuel complied with its recommendations.
President Donald Trump signed a memorandum last month to provide a $300 enhanced weekly unemployment benefit to be paid on top of state benefits.
In a 20-page document, known as a memorandum of intent, the two sides spelled out the rough terms of the deal.
RICK PERRY’S UKRAINIAN DREAMBY SIMON SHUSTER, TIME, AND ILYA MARRITZ, WNYCSEPTEMBER 10, 2020PROPUBLICA
The strategy, made clear in a memorandum called Our Path Forward, was to lean into subscriber growth.
Crucial to such partnerships are clearly stated goals from the get-go, or airtight memoranda of understanding.
Together they counted the men and the conductor checked the count with a memorandum.
Memorandum:—Billingsley (a village) is in the countie of Salop.
Memorandum,—The deaths have been calculated at the lowest rate under the best management.
Never thinking of any personal gain, he drew up a memorandum, which he submitted to his colonel.
THE REVELLERSLOUIS TRACY
I wish to learn what those papers are, as Captain Huxham may have made a memorandum of the property he possessed.

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