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- adv. In a federal manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a federal or joint manner; in accordance with a covenant or league.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. by federal government
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And Secretaries Solis (Labor) and LaHood (Transportation) and others have been touring the country emphasizing the need to hire women and minorities in federally funded contracts and to make sure women - and minority-owned businesses get a fair share of contacts and subcontracts.
There is a curious quirk that will help some with 2010 losses: Taxpayers in federally designated disaster areas may claim these losses on a 2009 return using 2009 rules, which were more generous than the 2010 rules.
That basic idea is stated as a fact in federally funded abstinence education programs, Dr. Santelli told me.
The proposal does not however state there's carte blanche in "federally funding abortion."
Washington (CNN) - Thirteen new human embryonic stem cell lines have been approved for use in federally funded research - the first to be approved under an executive order from President Obama - the National Institutes of Health announced Wednesday.
Any hint whatsoever that Stephane Dion and his gang of environmentalist philosophers have about implementing a carbon tax once in power federally, is inviting the kind of hubris that few individuals can achieve short of trying to fly a kite in an electric storm.
First, new section 249 (a) (1) of title 18 would eliminate the current requirement that the victim be engaged in federally protected activity.
I'm glad your House of Commons was able to defeat a bill prohibiting replacement workers in federally regulated companies.
Among the laws Bush said he can ignore are military rules and regulations, affirmative-action provisions, requirements that Congress be told about immigration services problems, ‘whistle-blower’ protections for nuclear regulatory officials, and safeguards against political interference in federally funded research.
Among the laws Bush said he can ignore are military rules and regulations, affirmative-action provisions, requirements that Congress be told about immigration services problems, '' whistle-blower protections for nuclear regulatory officials, and safeguards against political interference in federally funded research.