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seps

(sɛps)
n
(Animals) a member of a genus of snake-like lizard, or skink, characterized by its short, rudimentary legs and thought to represent an intermediate stage between legless and legged reptiles
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Another potential disadvantage of SEPS, compared to SIS, is that the former limits the judge's ability to impose a more severe prison sentence in response to either serious but unforeseen offender risk factors that become apparent once the offender is on probation, or the seriousness of release violation conduct, especially criminal conduct.
"Previous SEPs have laid the groundwork for significant, lasting changes in the way we do business," says Mark Sullivan, director of the FHWA Center for Innovative Finance Support.
With respect to SEPs, the most significant and immediate commercial and antitrust concern centers on the SEP owners' command of substantial market power once the standard in question becomes widely adopted.
HealthCare.gov has been letting most consumers qualify for SEPs by swearing upon penalty of perjury that they qualify for SEPs.
At this point, O'Toole writes, "MNsure has no system support for processing SEPs. The entire process is manual."
This Note maintains that holders of FRAND-encumbered SEPs should continue to have access to injunctive relief in United States courts as well as exclusionary relief at the United States International Trade Commission ("USITC") in limited circumstances; the Note argues these limited circumstances should include instances of egregious knowing or willful infringement and instances where an implementer refuses to take a license on FRAND terms." The Note also argues that United States courts and the USITC should develop a set of guidelines outlining the obligations of participants in licensing negotiations over FRAND-encumbered SEPs, such as the "safe harbor" guidelines (12) developed by the European Union in the Huawei v.
All SEPs are required to file their returns, even those who are exempt.
However, for the self-employed and/or professionals (SEPs), the decline in average ETR declines at a slower pace from 1.7 percent under the old regime to only 0.8 percent in the 2018 to 2022 period; and 0.7 percent in 2023 onward.
has been ranked the world's leading mobile operator in terms of applications for candidate standard-essential patents (SEPs) for the new fifth-generation (5G) mobile communication standard, and also number one in terms of 5G technical proposals (contributions).
The Core Wireless portfolio includes many declared standard essential patents (SEPs) that Core Wireless seeks to license on fair, reasonable, and non-discriminatory (FRAND) terms.
In this work, we use block copolymer compatibilizer (hydrogenated styrene-isoprene-styrene triblock SEPS) combined with melt annealing to modify the dispersion and electrical contacts of pristine multiwall CNT in a PP matrix.