The bill would, among other things, direct the regulator to draw a "bright line
" separating the primary and secondary mortgage markets.
"How do you deal with that?" Goldstein asks, adding that colleges and universities are desperately looking for the bright line
In that speech, he accused corporate America of ethical laxity, saying that the once bright line
of public duty that kept corporations and major accounting firms separate had eroded into a "game of nods and winks."
The company's laser line projectors are available in two models, including standard line and bright line
. A brighter line can be useful when line brightness is decreased by surrounding light in the operating area, or when multiple projectors are in use and line differentiation is required.
If the sub blossoms, they turn around and get that sub on the other side of the bright line
To Bill Clinton, the bright line
which marks his "private life" is as imaginary as the stories he poll-tests when choosing what to testify to under oath.
The finality of the sale offers the "bright line
" of certainty to all participating in real estate foreclosures.
Legislative History Does Not Support the Proposed Bright Line
A bright line
in a November 1990 picture, thought to be a fracture, seemed to have evolved into a bright, rocky patch in the later image.
"Clearly we need to have a bright line
where people can exercise their civil rights, their civil liberties, to peacefully protest," Schakowsky told the Post.
At the July meeting, BRC Chair Larry Ringers said the committee proposed a "bright line
that you use the actual language from the degree that you received from your law school and anything else would be misleading."