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The designers even dropped the concrete deck closer to the surface of the water to ac commodate shrimpers using long-handle dip nets, the most popular method.
Boeing's Mosely says African airlines will need 1,220 new airplanes each over the next 20 years to ac- commodate population growth and Africa will invest almost $180bn on new planes.
These are, generically, called, creditor and debtor, but in some varieties of civil obligations, they receive specific names, such as, for example: seller, buyer, lessor, lessee, principal, authorized agent, donor, donee, lender in a commodate, commodater, etc.
1322/November 2, 2006 (51), the object of taking over a practice is the professional patrimony by appropriation and the takeover means can be: sale, exchange, donation, will, rental, commodate, usufruct, share capital contribution.
Agencies may need to change their business models to ac- commodate these changes.
Notes in the respective real property registry record may be made on the following legal facts: purchase-sale agreement, exchange agreement, donation agreement, tenancy agreement, commodate contract, mortgage, life annuity contract, common joint ownership, property rights restrictions to immovable property provided in contracts, other juridical facts as it is provided by law (LR nekilnojamojo .
We can only accommodate 450 exhibitors as that is the maximum number of exhibitors that we can ac commodate at this point in time.
One of the biggest challenges, Palmatier says, is the large open spans designed to accommodate commodate games.
Providing quick-connect performance and the ability to ac commodate multiple fitting styles and thicknesses, these flange connectors offer users a wide range of benefits.
If you do, you'll need to create a rough window frame opening large enough to ac commodate the entire window unit, with an extra half-inch clearance on the sides, top and bottom for adjustment.
As a semisolid lubricant many industries use grease to lubricate their machines, tools, industrial process systems and other equipment and thus, Industrial Leaders designed its new directory to commodate companies sourcing for such solutions," said Howe.
Where downsizing is short term the rental saving on smaller premises may well be offset by the cost of the move - and then moving again in the near term to ac commodate growth as th economy improves.