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Anything Panasonic develops for Toyota will be proprietary—and, interpreting Toyota’s subtle wording, the prismatic and solid-state designs could upstage the cells Panasonic currently builds for Tesla.
The European Commission, which has challenged the judicial reforms for undermining the independence of the courts, has been awaiting the laws’ final wording before deciding how aggressively to pursue infringement proceedings against Warsaw.
The Daily Mail reports eBay banned the seller of it at the end of November, and even Etude House confirmed that the faulty brow gel was a fake because the Korean wording on the packaging was misspelled.
As with some other companies contacted by The New York Times for this article Thursday, the Mitadone supplement sellers appear to have changed the wording on their website.
But in sections where EU legislation refers to European regulatory bodies, British ministers must change the wording and identify appropriate U.K. bodies to take on those roles.
For me personally, the wording put my right to work at risk, and posed a direct conflict of interest to many things including my freedom of speech.
School officials removed the book from the required reading list after complaints about wording in the book.
Details on the investigation into Coppolella and the Braves are not known yet, but the wording of the Braves' press release suggests that MLB uncovered serious irregularities with regards to Atlanta's recent international signings.
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