And equally important, it will not entail
any reduction in the taxable base of Ferrari in Italy.
Four days have been reserved for appeals against possible rejections, while finalizing these appeals would entail
In classical logic, a conjunction of premises, A, entails
a conclusion, B, iff A [contains] B is valid.
Its modernisation plan entails
an expenditure of $ 40 billion, which will be spent over the next 10 years.
The agreement is for 50 years and also entails
payment of $6.
throws down the gauntlet with an essay claiming that physicalism does indeed entail
This is important not only for courses like tourism that entail
"out-door" experiences, but also for courses that require knowledge of other peoples' way of life and their laws.
The shredding plants themselves can require significant maintenance and periodic upgrading, while the downstream systems can entail
an additional level of attention.
Insofar as it is part of an account of governance, just war as discipleship may or may not entail
This effort, she says, could include sexuality studies programs working to get more students of color into their classes; it could also entail
Black or other ethnic studies programs including classes on sexuality in their roster; and it could mean an academy-wide effort to de-stigmatize the word "sexuality" itself.
Most DPAs entail
the company's payment of substantial sums of money.
How does this fit with Pogge's insistence that "human rights entail
only negative duties" (p.
Noting that records of civil marriage and divorce are easily available for public verification (a process which does not entail
violation of individual privacy) Peters has recommended a similar system by which diocesan marriage tribunals make records of decrees of nullity, with basic information, available for the public record.
The next four pass-rush schemes don't entail
Software solutions also entail
a complex installation and OS configuration that usually takes several days.