2 : to belong to as a part, quality, or function <These duties pertain
to the office of sheriff.
Strictly adhere to the organization's established evaluation procedures, especially as they pertain
to the timing of evaluations, who conducts them and how employee input 1& received and responded to.
The guidelines pertain
to all matters under IRS jurisdiction, including income, excise and employment taxes, as well as employee plans and exempt organizations.
According to BPRD Circular No 06 of 2013, the major changes under the Basel III reform package pertain
to numerator of the Capital Adequacy Ratio (CAR), ie, eligible capital.
Analytics and data presented in this report pertain
to several parameters such as -
Lifelong learning Several of the articles in this edition pertain
to the on-going and complex role of the community college.
Only seven percent of corporate counsel attorneys rate their companies as prepared for new Federal Rules of Civil Procedure as they pertain
to e-discovery, while more than half are not aware that the new rules go into effect on December 1, 2006.
to navigation and wetlands issues on the Mississippi River and tributaries.
Both the IDC and Gartner reports pertain
solely to RDBMS software and support services.
The following points pertain
to the fiscal third quarter ending March 31, 2006:
that involve risks and uncertainties, including, but not limited to, risks and uncertainties relating to integration of newly acquired businesses and assets, product delivery, product launch dates (particularly as they pertain
to our Voiceglo services), the Internet, development and protection of technology, the management of growth, market acceptance of our Voiceglo VoIP and tglo products, our ability to compete successfully against established competitors with greater resources, the uncertainty of future governmental regulation (particularly as it pertains
to the Internet and the provision of telephony services using the Internet), pending litigation, and other risks.