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a formal assemblage of the members of a group

a group of people united in a relationship and having some interest, activity, or purpose in common

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It has asked to end most Saturday deliveries, a move it says could save about $2 billion annually, and is seeking to reduce its congressionally mandated $5.
In a release announcing the results, FHA said that without any new policy actions and assuming those conservative home-price assumptions, the capital ratio is expected to approach 2 percent in 2014 and exceed the congressionally mandated level in 2015.
56 million square feet of extra space consisting of space that was constructed (1) above the congressionally authorized size, (2) due to overestimating the number of judges the courthouses would have, and (3) without planning for courtroom sharing among judges.
Although Church concluded that the congressionally imposed boycott "had a profound impact on internal conditions and contributed to the fall of Idi Amin," it is hard to attribute Amin's fall solely to the sanctions.
Calling it a "low risk of strangulation," CPSC said it realizes that the reported incidents are "uncomfortable and anxiety-provoking" but that the product does not meet the congressionally mandated standard for recall.
On the international scene, in 2002 Bush withheld $34 million in congressionally approved funds from the United Nations Population Fund even after his own mission to China had approved the funding.
Huff concentrated on the NTP carcinogenesis program to identify chemical carcinogens and on the congressionally mandated Report on Carcinogens.
The appeals court found that the baseline hourly rate of $75 that had been approved but not yet Congressionally funded, applied for PLRA purposes.
Deadlines for these more stringent limits conflicted with congressionally mandated dead-lines for the existing ozone standard.
Promoted in 1957 to Division Director, he was soon caught up in the 1958 congressionally directed competition between the McDonnell F4H (F-4) Phantom II and Vought F8U-3 (a new design) Mach 2+ all weather fighters.
The court found that the service's failure to issue regulations covering nonlending transactions was insufficient to preclude a taxpayer from congressionally intended, and appropriate, relief.
In addition to the Dance Magazine Awards, which take place May 3 (see page 28), professional dance companies, schools, teachers, and retailers are gearing up to heighten awareness of the art form during the congressionally sanctioned week of dance.
The Congressionally approved legislation also would prohibit legal-services agencies from accepting court-awarded legal fees, thus depriving these agencies of about another $15 million a year, according to Adam Goldberg, a government-relations specialist for the Legal Services Corporation.
The National Living Classroom was coordinated by AMERICAN FORESTS and the Congressional Medal of Honor Society, a congressionally chartered organization for recipients of our nation's highest award for military valor, in partnership with the National Tree Trust.
Department of Justice to launch an investigation concerning reports that Islamic terrorists have appeared before a Congressionally sponsored Muslim group that meets at the U.
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