Every seven years the district goes through a math adoption process, and Everyday Mathematics has been readopted
Hameed Haroon appreciated the services of the Governor State Bank in safeguarding the national heritage of the country as this is the second heritage building which has been conserved by the State Bank and readopted
Subsequent to quarter-end, TiVos board readopted
, for TiVo Corporation, the remaining $50.
That plan was initially abandoned in November, when it became clear that parties would not spend their political capital on opening new landfills, but was readopted
this month, when an export scheme collapsed.
Not according to the Sierra Club Urban Growth Management Policy Guidelines, ratified 1990 and readopted
The rules are proposed to be readopted
and include mostly administrative amendments, such as the relocation of statutory definitions to the appendices so rulemaking will not be required if they change, the clarification of existing requirements, and the incorporation of the application forms by reference.
Queers strategically readopted
the term by reversing the negative connotation attached to it to a positive one.
The college eliminated the free-speech area after it was sued in 2003, but the policy was readopted
by college trustees last year, according to Sinapi-Riddle's lawsuit.
So too with old Senate rules, which need not be formally readopted
every other January, but can be changed at any time.
As the years go by he grows into manhood; he stands ready to defend Debbie from Ethan; he is ultimately responsible for Debbie's rescue; he kills Scar; and he is readopted
into the community.
However, whereas alcohol as a quasi actant in this sense has been attributed mostly positive value among adolescents, within the last decade it has been readopted
in adult, political, and economic networks, reconfigured in a much more negative light to an extent, where it potentially contested the general liberalized configuration.
In this effort, old methods of mission were readopted
, for example, using transportation in mission by turning trains, trucks, ships, and aircraft into temples on wheels and wings; building missionary camps; and employing new approaches to indigenization and inculturation.