His accomplishments and impact on hospice care are too significant to quantify," said Jeff Mislevy, President and CEO of Covenant
The natural-law ethic of the Noahic covenant
is developed in chapters on Abraham and the prophets.
WALES has become the second country in the UK to fully sign up to the Armed Forces Community Covenant
To this very day, when the old covenant
is read the veil remains unlifted; it is only in Christ that it is taken away.
Receiving from the cup is a heightened liturgical experience of sacrifice, covenant
, unity, and sacred banquet.
is added to the land title so that a change of owners will not affect the original intention.
The students were entertained by the Covenant
Players who used minimal costumes and props, and instead relied on the student's creative imaginations to bring their dramatic ministry to life.
This is not surprising because the traditional theology of replacement understood Christianity as the New Covenant
that replaces the Old Covenant
A restrictive covenant
is exactly that, it is restrictive.
philosophy professor and author, has become the most recent patron of the No Anglican Covenant
In most acquisitions where the target employee-owner played an integral part in the operation of the acquired business, the acquirer and owner will execute a noncompete covenant
in connection with the transaction.
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Prepare to negotiate covenants
by constructing a conceptual framework of any covenant
types that might prove to be especially negative to your particular business.
If the land or property is subject to a covenant
, this will appear within the deeds of the property.
When Chiquita, the venerable produce company, attempted to obtain a "temporary debt covenant
waiver" in 2006, it received a great deal of negative media coverage from CFO magazine and other financial periodicals.