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Antonyms for conditionally

subject to a condition

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He was ordered to pay PS20 towards victim services, plus PS85 towards prosecution costs and discharged conditionally for 12 months.
He was discharged conditionally for 18 months and ordered to pay PS885 compensation.
LSE: TLI) has conditionally agreed to sell nine policies for an aggregate consideration of USD 3.
Increased security deposits pose a barrier to lease for conditionally approved residents.
Huawei has conditionally agreed to subscribe, while Chinasoft has conditionally agreed to issue 85,109,515 shares for HK USD 238,306,641 in accordance to the subscription agreement.
International Resource News-September 24, 2015--The State Water Resources Control Board of California conditionally approves Microvi's transformative nitrate removal technology
He was conditionally discharged for 12 months and told to pay PS85 costs.
He, however, said that the scrutinized corrected forms of the candidates were being accepted conditionally and EC Balochistan would finally accept them after Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) Islamabad would dispatch us reports about the candidates in connection with dual nationality, fake degree, income tax, assets and property, educational qualification, FBR clearance and other required data.
Environmental Protection Agency has conditionally approved thousands of under-tested pesticides, including one linked to the mass decline in bee populations, also known as colony collapse disorder, according to a recent report from the National Resources Defense Council.
Colin Jeffrey Bishop, 38, of Keith Road, Grove Hill, Middlesbrough, discharged conditionally for 18 months for possession of a Class B drug.
PLANS by J Clarke-Gaunt to build a two-storey extension at 2 Brown Street, Mirfield, have been granted conditionally by Kirklees Council.
Steele (28), of Ottawa Tower, Murrell Close, Birmingham, and St Prix (36), of Sandringham Road, Perry Barr, were both conditionally discharged for two years.
79 between a life insurance contract's owner and a non-owner in which either party pays all or some of the premiums and is entitled to recover, conditionally or unconditionally, all or some of those premiums--and such recovery is to be made from, or is secured by, the contract's proceeds.
Petition for review of a Board order dated September 23, 1998, conditionally approving the applications of Travelers Group, Inc.
It then purchased from all other stockholders who had not conditionally tendered their shares.
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