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An attorney and consultant working with nonprofits, Dykema and his family moved to Shaker 12 years ago expressly for the community and its schools.
And Science has learned that the United States has frozen Iran out of a collaboration that the deal expressly brokered: ITER, the multibillion-dollar fusion experiment in France.
Belanger said the school would refuse to turn over students' information to immigration agents, noting that Oregon law expressly prohibits that.
No section of Idaho code expressly forbids council members, commissioners or even lawmakers from receiving contributions in committee meetings, or on the floor of the Idaho House or Senate.
Belanger said the school would refuse to turn over students’ information to immigration agents, noting that Oregon law expressly prohibits that.
Spain’s National Securities Market Commission is requiring brokers to expressly warn investors of the risks and have proof that customers are aware of the complexity of the products.
The court said Samsung did not provide proper notice of the arbitration provision and neither customer had expressly consented to be bound by it.
And so, The New Mutants were born: A new group of young mutant teens barely in control of their powers, learning to cope with their new lives as mutants, and expressly forbidden from saving the world.
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