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Danny dryly noted that “given the diminished voting power of employee and investor shares, it is possible that these voting provisions will negatively impact the final price of those shares.”
Establishment Democrats have introduced the George Floyd Justice in Policing Act of 2020 which has provisions to make police more accountable in court.
The iPhone maker argues its cut is justified by its provision of security, development support and an audience of a billion users.
That strange controlling provision has clearly caught the attention of the SEC and the NYSE.
This behavior contrasts sharply with the provisions outlined in the TVPRA.
Most of those provisions are standard in consumer contracts.
THE LOAN COMPANY THAT SUED THOUSANDS OF LOW-INCOME LATINOS DURING THE PANDEMICBY KIAH COLLIER, REN LARSON AND PERLA TREVIZOAUGUST 31, 2020PROPUBLICA
Hastalrick, in Catalonia, evacuated for want of provisions; the garrison cut their way through the French troops.
The Austrian parlementaire pointed out that it was hopeless to continue the struggle as he had neither provisions nor ammunition.
NAPOLEON'S MARSHALSR. P. DUNN-PATTISON
At this juncture lord Delaware arrived with three ships, 150 men, and plenty of provisions, and settled the colony.
Provisions are to some extent protected from them, by placing the legs of the tables and presses in plates filled with water.

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