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“This represents the hope of using pleasure as a mental force in terms of which one could employ a mechanical model and find equivalents to physical notions of pres - sure and attraction, friction and acceleration, and es - tablish a system of human dynamics.”
“Es - tablish the scientific sense of health, and you relieve the”
“The inventory manager at a large sporting goods manufacturer says it best: "We are currently working to es - tablish criteria for the identi ﬁ cation of obsolete inventory and determin - ing ways to best remove it from our facilities while still getting some value for it.”
“-- The Commis - sioner shall have the authority to establish such rules as may be necessary to deal with special situations with re - gard to uninsured individuals and employers participating as Exchange-eligible individuals and employers, such as transition periods for individuals and employers who gain, or lose, Exchange-eligible participation status, and to es - tablish grace periods for premium payment.”
“Human Services shall promulgate a final rule to es - tablish a standard for health claims attachment transaction described in section 1173 (a) (2) (B) of the”
“-- The Commissioner shall es - tablish a process consistent with this title for enroll - ments in Exchange-participating health benefits plans.”
“-- The Commissioner shall es - tablish the following standards consistent with this subsection and title I:”
“' (B) Infrastructure requirements that es - tablish best practices for streamlining data flow to yield timely execution of transactions.”
“Central Universities Bill introduced: Govt introduced legislation seeks to es - tablish 12 new Central Universities and upgrade four existing State univer - sities as Central university.”
“He has therefore failed to es-tablish ineffective assistance of counsel.”
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