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Plus, shockingly, only 17 states expressly require that a judge considers the child's best interests when approving these unions.
In parts of Eastern Europe, bans expressly extend to communist iconography.
Yet, those rules and regulations expressly mandate that there be a basis for a criminal investigation or prosecution before a special counsel is appointed.
And the Liga MX matches shown on Facebook Live are attributed to the Univision Deportes brand, one of the television programming services expressly contemplated by the Agreement as included among the Linear Services.
Under the agreement, which does not expressly prohibit missile tests, Iran agreed to limit its uranium enrichment program in exchange for the lifting of economic sanctions.
Their report expressly forbids DOE from using money to shut down ARPA-E.
Privacy advocates argued that federal law expressly bars government agencies from collecting voter information (whether the commission legally is an agency is one issue in the battle).
The law defines a solicitation to include any request for a contribution or ‘anything of value’ from a foreign government or entity, even if the request is implicit in the circumstances rather than expressly communicated.
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EXPRESSLY Defined for Kids
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- acceptance is expressly conditional
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