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Through regrant funding to Sundance's Documentary Film Program, JustFilms also supported an additional three film and digital projects-Cartel Land, Censored Voices, and Western.
The policy of "surrender and regrant," for example, was the means by which Gaelic titles were converted to English-style ones, and--perhaps surprisingly--was strongly pushed by Gaelic lords seeking to secure their local positions by aligning with the crown, as the research of Christopher Maginn has shown.
Again, as with consent you should make sure that any agreement is well documented and take care if you are agreeing either to surrender part of your tenancy or to its regrant.
Papers have been reprocessed--with funding from the California Regrant Project for Local Governments and Historical Record Repositories and the Moore Dry Dock Foundation--to improve accessibility and are available to scholars for research.
While not strictly a repricing, this suspension and regrant should have been treated as such because that was the effect.
The cost of a driver's licence goes up from pounds 35 to pounds 55 for the first issue and pounds 72 to pounds 75 for renewal; to reissue a 12-month vehicle licence will now cost pounds 165 instead of pounds 160; and the cost of a taxi operator's licence increases from pounds 500 to pounds 520 for the first licence and from pounds 400 to pounds 415 to regrant a licence.
Leger, forged the policy which, in the nineteenth century, came to be known as "surrender and regrant," even though the first people within the English Pale in Ireland with humanist credentials were those associated with Edmund Campion, whose activities are detailed in this book.
For example, on 18 March, a group of 201 "municipal electors of Mile End" submitted a petition to the mayor and councillors against the actions of Councillors Villeneuve and Martel and the MSRC and called on the council to regrant the franchise to Corriveau so that "this municipality can surely count on a line of electric tramways during the year 1893.
Barnes' vested options is considered a regrant of the options per APB 25, requiring the Company to take a charge in the fourth quarter of $0.
Sometimes the law tests or implies these as a surrender of the old agreement and a regrant.
two sites) San Diego County -- $200,000 $200,000 to the Council of Community Clinics, which will regrant 100 percent of the funds to: -- Indian Health Council (two sites) -- Borrego Medical Center -- Ramona Health Center -- Neighborhood Healthcare (two sites) -- Sycuan Medical/Dental Center -- Southern Indian Health Council (two sites) -- Mountain Health and Community Services
Shepard are seeking to terminate the rights of Slesinger to the Winnie-the-Pooh franchise and regrant such rights to Disney.
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