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Active duty service for Training Purposes Only (ACDUTRA) while a member of the National Guard or Armed Forces Reserves does not constitute eligible statutory service.
Which is to say, the speaker has acknowledged that the accounting shenanigans used to get this bill passed in the teeth of statutory spending constraints are basically bullsh**. But there’s a lot of bullsh** going around Washington just now.
Alfaro, 32, of Portland, faces a statutory maximum of 20 years in prison per count.
While the village has been meeting its statutory minimum contribution, state law requires municipalities to fund 90 percent of pension costs by 2040, Village Administrator Jennifer Johnsen said.
May said she had been advised by the board’s lawyer that the closed session was proper but could not cite any specific statutory exemption that justified voting in private.
If the county's motion is denied, Spranger's lawsuit against the county will continue unless the two sides can negotiate something regarding Spranger's statutory appointments, Cusumano said.
The civil rights organization argues Rosa Maria was being held in the custody in violation of her statutory and constitutional rights.
In response to Montgomery's concerns, the institute's Rachel Sottile Logvin said statutory changes have resulted in pretrial reforms in other states, including New Jersey.
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First Known Use of statutory
STATUTORY Defined for English Language Learners
legal Definition of statutory
- a statutory provision
- a statutory presumption
- a statutory insider
statutorilyplay \ˌsta-chə-ˈtōr-ə-lē\ adverb
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