Supplemental funding can help us not only to meet unanticipated needs in emergencies, but it can also help us to seize
unexpected and welcome opportunities in a timely fashion.
First, the legal threshold to seize
facilitating property usually is easier to obtain.
Philosophy tries to seize
truth's endurance, to capture the eternity contained within time.
Police were given powers to seize
uninsured vehicles in 2005 and of the 500 vehicles seized each day across the UK, it's estimated that 30 per cent are crushed.
Chief Inspector of Roads Policing Steve Matchett said the vehicle has the clear message that if you do not have the correct documentation, the police will seize
Police have powers to seize
vehicles used unlawfully offroad and owners have to pay over pounds 150 plus a storage charge to get them back.
An incentive scheme introduced in 2006 allows police and recovery agencies to retain half of all cash they seize
Supreme Court decision allowing government to seize
property for private development, state Sen.
The door supervisors seize
drugs in amounts which indicate they are for personal use only.
THE NAME RENATO TORRES WON'T ever become a synonym for good luck: Torres and an associate were the objects of a federal sting operation that led government agents to seize
$60,000 in cash with which Tortes had tried to purchase three kilograms of cocaine.
spokesman Doug Williamson said, "We're pleased to announce that Nancy Brinker will be joining us live on stage at Seize
the Day in Columbus.
We know who they are, we will arrest them and we will seize
Illegal racers seize
things all the time: They seize
our streets, making them unsafe for pedestrians and other drivers.
Now the Home Office has announced police can seize
suspect cash stashes above pounds 5,000, instead of pounds 10,000 as at present.
After consultations with local prosecutors, the investigators decided that the only way to end drug dealing in the hotel permanently was to seize
the building from its owners.