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The contracts are designed to protect the state if Nordaq doesn't properly plug and abandon the wells within a year and the state is forced to pay for their capping and cleanup.
FARE-CAPPING SAVES MONEY For most riders, the Hop card's big selling point is fare-capping.
The mechanism could entail measures such as further re-profiling of Greek loans and the capping and deferral of interest payments, the statement said.
Among the options listed is the extension of maturities on euro-area loans to Greece, as well as the capping and deferral of interest payments.
The AHCA would also allow states the option of further capping funding via a block grant specifically for children, pregnant women, and parents.
Houston’s eighth-place hitter Jake Marisnick, looking more like Roger Maris, did the heavy lifting with a pair of center-field, sculpture-denting two-run homers, his first capping off Koehler’s forgettable outing in the third.
Perhaps the most startling shift came last week, when the president began a slow, brutal, public knee-capping of his chief strategist, Steve Bannon.
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