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This contest type will ensure assured rewards for winning designer as all Fast-Track contests come with guaranteed payments.
Roy Kinnear, Chief Executive Officer of Air Seychelles, said: The launch of Fast-Track provides our valued customers with a great option for sending shipments when time is of the essence.
Wyden has taken extraordinary heat from his party's left wing for his role crafting the fast-track bill.
The Delhi High Court on Thursday notified the names of six judges for fast-track courts set up to conduct the speedy trial of rape cases in the metropolis.
The Obama Administration has made significant progress on a complex Pacific Basin trade agreement known as the Trans-Pacific Partnership without fast-track authority.
Prior to Kimbrough, defendants in non-fast-track jurisdictions were largely unsuccessful in arguing that sentencing judges should be able to consider the disparity between fast-track and non-fast-track sentences as grounds for granting a downward departure from the Guidelines.
For retailers, the most prevalent reason to fast-track is the high cost of rent per sf in the metro area.
Designation as a fast-track product is designed to expedite regulatory review of the Bronchitol NDA.
Currently between 15 and 20 percent of cases are settled using the Fast-Track process.
Then too, in an effort to compete with both the for-profits and the online programs from brick and mortars, many traditional IHEs have reformatted their on-campus curricula, offering new class schedules and times, opening satellite branches to reach new cohorts of students, and implementing fast-track certificate programs to minimize class time for busy Learners.
and presidential aspirant] John Edwards voted against fast-track in 2002 after voting for an earlier version.
A MIDLAND university has attracted just ONE student to a fast-track, teacher-training programme - sparking further fears of a crisis in the profession.
In an effort to expand trade and reassure potential trading partners, the administration is seeking fast-track trade negotiating authority from Congress.
business community mean while seems to have but a single priority--getting Congress to finally grant the President the fast-track negotiating authority that expired back in 1994.