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“Riversdale Mining let the clock run out on a 120-day calendar to formalize a memorandum of understanding with Wuhan Iron & Steel Co.”
“Last month, Lohan was slapped with a 120-day jail sentence and 480 hours of community service for violating her probation as a result of the necklace snafu.”
“… Rigid jurisdictional treatment of the 120-day period for filing a notice of appeal in the Veterans Court would clash sharply with this scheme.”
“When the Federal Circuit ruled that the 120-day limit for appeals barred any judicial exceptions, the Federal Circuit relied on a 2007 Supreme Court case that had restricted judges' ability to bend deadlines set by Congress.”
“Lawyers for David Henderson, who was found 100% disabled with paranoid schizophrenia after his service in the 1950s, said he missed the 120-day deadline because he was bedridden.”
“In one of his first major orders as U.S. President, Barack Obama called a time-out on the military commissions system, telling military prosecutors to request a 120-day “suspension” of the court cases – a request that Guantanamo judges granted.”
“The next public offering of the government's shares could take place as soon as November, after a 120-day lockup period for the Treasury expires and AIG reports third-quarter earnings.”
“And the 120-day consent process began just a month ago.”
“For a waiver, it would have to act within a 120-day period in a way that would help reinforce U.S. security, the Seoul official said.”
“In Oklahoma, the 120-day span from late November to late March was the driest such period on record for central and southwestern Oklahoma, according to data from the Oklahoma Mesonet, a network of weather stations.”
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