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v. t.1.To quench; to allay; to slake. See Slake.
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The SEC did so in July 2017, when it issued an investigation report concerning the applicability of securities laws to tokens issued by the Decentralized Autonomous Organization (DAO)--a crowdsource venture capital platform created by Slock.
The slock biomass was calculated considering the density of 50 spat per liter multiplied by the tank volume (250 L) and by the seed size.
See Saira Mohamed, Taking Slock of the Responsibility to Protect, 48 Stan.
The SEC was investigating the sale of DAO Tokens, created and sold by German company Slock.
Slock, "Cramer-rao bounds for power delay profile fingerprinting based positioning", Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing (ICASSP), 2011 IEEE International Conference on, 2011, pp.
16, 2013, the Tax Court held that this slock was restricted for purposes of this regulation since it was subject to a substantial risk of forfeiture.
In some studies new relationships were associated with a (temporary) decline in cannabis use (Decorte & Slock, 2005; Hathaway, 2004), but in another study no decrease in cannabis use was found when entering new partner relationships or more committed relationships (Fleming et al.
By that time, she had two children with her husband, sculptor Leonard Slock, and was homesick for the Southwest.
All products are resin-bond formulated for aggressive slock removal and fast cutting, and are reinforced with fiberglass webbing for stability.
While die slock show's plan requires the voters in Denver to approve a lax hike, no such levy would be forthcoming for (lie residents of Aurora.