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  • adjective Able to be audited

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Examples

  • Though the program will be produced under the jurisdiction of IATSE Local 839, The Animation Guild (TAG), we have achieved Writers Guild of America (WGA) parity in key areas such as auditable residuals, new media, script fees, merchandising rights as well as a guarantee that these gains apply not only to ourselves but also to all future writers on the show.

    The Indecision is Over

  • Though the program will be produced under the jurisdiction of IATSE Local 839, The Animation Guild (TAG), we have achieved Writers Guild of America (WGA) parity in key areas such as auditable residuals, new media, script fees, merchandising rights as well as a guarantee that these gains apply not only to ourselves but also to all future writers on the show.

    Writers, Animation and Otherwise

  • Though the program will be produced under the jurisdiction of IATSE Local 839, The Animation Guild (TAG), we have achieved Writers Guild of America (WGA) parity in key areas such as auditable residuals, new media, script fees, merchandising rights as well as a guarantee that these gains apply not only to ourselves but also to all future writers on the show.

    Archive 2008-07-01

  • * Collating "auditable" energy data to see if they qualify for the Scheme;

    The most recent articles from BusinessGreen

  • But G.V.L. Narasimha Rao, who studies elections and wrote the book "Democracy at Risk," said India's machines "are not transparent, verifiable and auditable."

    Security of India's electronic voting questioned

  • But G.V.L. Narasimha Rao, who studies elections and wrote the book "Democracy at Risk," said India's machines "are not transparent, verifiable and auditable."

    Security of India's electronic voting questioned

  • Corporate use of SaaS-based collaboration systems proved not only to be secure but also more auditable than existing systems, and the early adopters of ‘extranets’ soon became converts who wanted to use the systems on subsequent projects.

    Top 10 Web 2.0 adoption issues for AEC organisations « pwcom 2.0

  • He turned his eye to the other side, and declared the victory of "El Comandante", although the referendum was a non-auditable scam

    Putting the Carter before the horse

  • The Global Reporting Initiative GRI has already made promising efforts to develop environmental reports that could lead to auditable standards.

    Ed Lawler: It's Annual Report Time, But Where's the Triple-Bottom Line?

  • Ruralshire Constabulary has invented the mother of all auditable arse covering systems.

    Who Said I Lied? (because I never) « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG

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