A Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board spokeswoman said it had to divert
patients because the hospital had experienced "signifi-cant pressure" in A&e.
The previous year 2011/2012, they had four diverts
These include setting escalation figures which must be met before hospitals can divert
patients to other units.
BFI officials reportedly are willing to let Los Angeles divert
less than 600 tons.
If the wholesaler diverts
the product elsewhere, that may be a contract violation.
Piedmont currently diverts
64 percent, according to the report.
The federal deficit diverts
billions of your tax dollars to interest payments.
The Court held that the taxpayer was required to include the bond interest in income, stating, "he, who owns or controls the source of the income, also controls the disposition of that which he could have received himself and diverts
the payment from himself to others as the means of procuring the satisfaction of his wants.
Scientists have long known that Earth's magnetic field diverts
part of the solar wind and its inherent energy.
Instead, EPA staff is to go back and reevaluate its programs to try to identify efforts that can be slowed down or suspended while the EPA diverts
resources to the aftermath of the terrorist attacks.
It offers many advantages previously possible only with combinations of equipment: it feeds and diverts
solids with a single mechanism; it has a greatly reduced height compared to a standard rotary valve and diverter; and its tapered rotor allows the rotor gap to be adjusted in the field.
Yet the DOT restructuring plan, which they would incorporate into FY '96 appropriations, diverts
needed highway funds.
Conveyor lines may also contain start and stop gates and diverts
527-5(a)(1) provides that if the sponsor of a political organization diverts
exempt function income for its benefit, the amount diverted
is gross income to the sponsor.
, or small berms, are designed to diminish erosion during the coming rainy months.