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Wee, however, declined to reveal if he was a SUPP member, but said he would let SUPP president Datuk Dr Sim Kui Hian to make the announcement.
Weekly Supp. 72a (dismissal affirmed on appeal when the city and state were omitted from the address of the leased premises).
Supp.2d at 1349-1351 (enterprise consisting of foreign corporations was not subject to RICO); Cedeno, 733 F.
Supp. 2d at 727 ("[I]f the certificate contains 'any inaccurate information,' it satisfies the registration requirement, unless the applicant included the information with knowledge that it was inaccurate and the Register of Copyrights would have refused registration had she known of the inaccuracy."); see also 17 U.S.C.
(44.) Save-A-Life, 601 F Supp 2d at 1008, quoting Bailey, 536 F3d at 1207.
Supp. at 1056 ("Respect for the judicial process is certainly a casualty of calculated delay.").
Supp. 2d at 689 (holding that Younger abstention is not available where there is no parallel state proceeding because '"[a]bstention from the exercise of federal jurisdiction is the exception, not the rule." (citation omitted)).
An electoral system requires political parties and he, together with a group of colleagues, inaugurated Sarawak's first political party, the SUPP, on 12 June 1959.
Supp.2d 1050 (1999), Coco Pazzo, a Chicago restaurant, declared both its total charged tips and cash tips reported by employees on Form 8027, Employer's Annual Information Return of Tip Income and Allocated Tips, for 1993-95, the years at issue.
[sections] 170(a)(1) (West Supp. 1998); estate tax deduction allowed pursuant to I.R.C.