date of reference


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Noun1.date of reference - (astronomy) an arbitrarily fixed date that is the point in time relative to which information (as coordinates of a celestial body) is recorded
astronomy, uranology - the branch of physics that studies celestial bodies and the universe as a whole
date - the particular day, month, or year (usually according to the Gregorian calendar) that an event occurred; "he tried to memorizes all the dates for his history class"
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'On referring a case for ADR, the court shall direct both parties to appear before the appointed mediator on the date and times fixed by the court, and resolve the issue within sixty days from the date of reference.'
The price finally paid will be determined by the volume of REOs effectively contributed that may vary depending on, among other matters, the sales carried out from the date of reference 26 June 2017 until the date of closing of the transaction and the fulfilment of the usual conditions in this kind of transactions.
[3.] Electronic resource: www.bloomberg.com/visual-data/best-and-worst//mostefficient-health-care-2014-countries (date of reference March 8, 2015).
Under the Amendment Bill, each such matter brought under this Act, will be disposed of within three months from the date of reference being made and after framing of charges for the trial of an accused, the court will hear the case on day to day basis.
Furthermore, Tokyo estimates that the year which serves as a reference for this calculation should be revised and proposes 2005 instead of 1990, the date of reference of the Kyoto Protocol.
CEFIC rejects the modification of the date of reference for the calculation of quotas which, from 1990 in the current ETS, would move to 2005 for the second phase of the mechanism.
The fact that France wrongly interprets the date of reference for international practice matches should not have been a reason for the Dutch government to dispense with the consistent application of the sports boycott against Nigeria.
Denmark shared its difficulties with the date of reference (1990), an argument taken up again by the new member states, for whom the year of reference, taken into account in the Kyoto Agreement, is 1988 and not 1990.
Concerned by the manner in which the burden will, in the long term, be shared, some member states, such as Finland, endowed with an industry greedy in energy, refused to commit itself on a unilateral objective, while Spain insisted for its part on the need to introduce the principle of equity and take into account emission rates per inhabitant.Denmark shared its difficulties with the date of reference (1990), an argument taken up again by the new member states, for whom the year of reference, taken into account in the Kyoto Agreement, is 1988 and not 1990.