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- n. Plural form of provision.
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of provision.
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- n. a stock or supply of foods
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Sulu followed him out the door and down the corridor, considerably cheered by the word "provisions."
The interpretation of the substantive provisions is subject to the procedural provisions.
Pointing out that the bill has no teeth in its enforcement provisions is not “technocratic”, to name but one example.
The response to these types of provisions is that immigrants here illegally are staying longer and bringing their families over illegally too, because we have practically eliminated the option of coming back and forth legally.
The trend for lower provisions is forecast to continue, Mr. Oudea said, with the cost of risk expected to decline in coming quarters.
The plan also seems to contain provisions for gradual implementation, and frequent review of status vis effects.
Ignagni and her team may run issue ads against certain provisions but are unlikely to oppose the entire effort.
While limiting them to other constitutional provisions is a possible line, you provide no basis for saying it is the only or the right line.
Among the enforcement provisions is one guaranteeing a crime victim expedited access to appellate review.
The GOP appears to have been excluded and the emphasis was on putting in provisions everywhere to attract wavering Democrats.
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