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“Students wishing to be on a team for this event have to pre-register and I make the teams so they are fair.”
“To pre-register to speak at any of these events, you can contact the county executive's office via Facebook or by calling Ja'Net Lyons at 301-952-3261 or via e-mail at JLyons@co.pg.md.us.”
“If you'd like you're first drink free - you'll need to pre-register for the event here.”
“The bill (S 0085/H 5005) will allow 16 and 17-year-old Rhode Island citizens to "pre-register" to vote, automatically adding them to the rolls for the first election for which they are eligible.”
“The competition welcomes both amateur and professional chefs, and all judges must pre-register as a member of the judging Society.”
“Specifically, the credit card giant is offering card users a $25 credit to their account if they pre-register their cards on facebook. com/smallbusinesssaturday. com and make a purchase of at least $25 at a locally owned, brick-and-mortar retailer this Saturday.”
“In order to receive the $25 statement credit, American Express card members must pre-register their cards on facebook. com/smallbusinesssaturday and then spend at least $25 at a locally owned, brick-and-mortar retailer on 11/27.”
“According to hearing attendees I spoke to earlier, the EPA has been very accommodating of walk-ins who did not pre-register to comment, and appears to be making every effort to hear from anyone who shows up.”
“You need to pre-register for your one day of volunteer service in fifty United States, District of Columbia, Puerto Rico or Canada to receive a ticket after verification of such service.”
“Also you can go around to 5 or 6 Guadalajara hospitals now and pre-register yourself with your US-based medical health plan by giving them the right to establish a relationship between the hospital billing department and the medical administrator.”
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