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had listed Iraq as a sponsor of terrorism in 1990, but in 2003, after the American-led invasion of Iraq, Congress enacted the Emergency Wartime Supplemental Appropriations Act (EWSAA); [section] 1503 of the Act contained a proviso clause authorizing the President to make [section]620A of the FAA or any other provision of law that applies to countries that have supported terrorism no longer applicable to Iraq.
In the Court of Appeals' view, the second proviso related to that subsection of the Iraq Sanctions Act (ISA)(referred to in the principal provision) which dictated that certain enumerated statutory provisions, including [section] 620A of the [FAA] of 1961 and 'all other provisions of law that impose sanctions against a country which has repeatedly provided support for acts of international terrorism,' shall be fully enforced against Iraq.
In addition, although we noted some deviations from Common Rule specifics, we found that the reviewed studies were in substantial compliance with Common Rule provisos.
Days before July 15, the deadline for the contract either to go into force or be cancelled, a high-level delegation from the Pentagon approved the export license--with some important provisos concerning the transfer of technology, specifically the critical software source code.
Neither accepting the license with the provisos included nor cancelling the contract, SSM gave a new extension of 3 months in order to leave the critical decision to the new head of the Turkish Air Force Command (TuAF), General Ibrahim Firtina.
However, many scientists and their followers have denied these two theological provisos.
Posed by an intelligent painter who accompanied me to Tyler Vlahovich's fine debut solo show, these unanswerable questions reflect the terms of my own search for a way to consider painting without provisos.
government limitations and provisos and pre-empt them.
In this review I offer some criticisms, mainly to do with Yandell's four provisos, which, as I understand them, are as follows.
Yandell's first and second provisos thus seem to exclude too much of typical religious experience.
The agreement also includes provisos that engage Star Navigation to provide wireless telephony in the aircraft and complete monitoring of the ISMS(TM) transmissions from the aircraft and further contract Star Navigation to generate monthly reports based upon specifically defined requirements determined by the management of Sahara Airlines Ltd.
Just days before July 15--the deadline for the contract to either go into force or be canceled--a high-level delegation from the Pentagon provided the export license, though with some important provisos concerning the transfer of the critical software codes.
Neither accepting the license with the provisos included nor canceling the contract, SSM gave a new extension of three months in order to leave the critical decision to the new boss of the Turkish Air Force Command (TuAF), General Ibrahim Firtina.
Subject to these provisos, the potential divestment would include all of Zeneca Specialties' worldwide operations and in the event of a sale it is Zeneca's intention that all relevant employees would transfer to the new owner.
The main purpose of this paper is to provide an original justification for the Blockian Proviso and to defend it against its critics, particularly Kinsella (2007; 2009).