proviso


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a stipulated condition

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Worldwide Computer Products News-12 January 2001-Quallaby PROVISO 2.
The idea of engineered rusticity, drawing on local supplies of wood to create an economic structure appropriate to purpose and climate, lends itself naturally to the cause of green architecture - the proviso of course being ecological harvesting of the basic material.
One small proviso, though: Americans need to adopt the Scandinavians' far more positive views of aging citizens.
The first proviso does not allow the religious believer to admit the possibility of overdetermination.
To announce a decision of "no change" without the proviso would be misleading, and to announce it with the proviso would likely cause the markets to react in a way not necessarily warranted by subsequent information.
Anderson also revealed that the FDA's highly publicized "approval" of the cancer procedure in November included a proviso requiring the resolution of certain unanswered questions before the first infusions begin.
The Biden proviso would assert that any treaty must be interpreted according to the mutual understanding reached by the executive and the Senate during ratification.
This "Dole compromise' authorizes courts to premise violations in part on the "extent to which members of a [minority group] have been elected to office,' but, in the very next sentence, adopts a proviso that no right to proportional representation is thereby conferred.
dba Kerr Consulting of The Woodlands, Texas, has been acquired by Proviso Capital of New York City, the company said.
Notes: A Pre-Bid Conference and walk-through will be held at 3:00 PM on February 24, 2016, at Proviso East High School, 807 S.
The bill moved by ANP Senator Ilyas Bilour, has sought amendment in the Civil Servants Act 1973 (LXXI of 1973), in Section 9, in Clause (1), in the proviso and add another proviso.
Proviso used to be trained by Andre Fabre until she was sent to the States to race under the guidance of the sadly missed Bobby Frankel as a four-year-old.
But budget proviso language means many will be paying a relatively small amount for health insurance and--for the first time in more than a decade--for their Bar annual membership fees.
As Stan James cut Natagora to 4-1 market leader for the fillies' test, Grimthorpe confirmed Abdullah's Fillies' Mile runner-up Proviso would not be re-routed to run at Newmarket.