A tying conspiracy exists when two or more firms--who are competitors in both the tying and tied
product markets--agree to impose tying arrangements on their respective customers.
David Astin carded a three-over 73 at Emporda, in the North-East, and was tied
Women's Open to tie for the early lead before finishing tied
for 10th at 9 over, nine shots back of eventual winner Annika Sorenstam.
SERGIO GARCIA: Tied
16th NEC Invitational (August, US).
The extra twist in the surgeon's knot holds the cord tight without using a finger while the second twist is tied
VOTE: Trendy presenters like the BBC's Jeremy Vine are only fractionally less cringingly awful than trendy vicars
If the accession countries are tied
into even the exchange rate mechanism, much less the monetary union, that will be felt in higher inflation rates in those countries as they catch up to the rest of Europe.
Korney notes that on one recent sales call, he observed PET bales tied
with 12-gauge wire sitting out--and the strain was showing.
The terror expands outside of the prison walls as players' actions and moral choices are now tied
to the new multi-leveled insanity mode, directly affecting the game's plot with each path providing an entirely different experience.
it at the 34-minute mark when Jose Medina's throw-in bounced high in front of the net and was knocked in by Taylor.
Once we have the baler set up for automatic baling, all our workers have to do is put material in and move it by forklift after bales are ejected and tied
," says Giesbrecht.
LANCASTER - With two teams tied
for first place, three teams separated by 1 1/2 games, four teams just 2 1/2 games apart and less than two weeks remaining in the first half, the California League's Southern Division appears headed for a train wreck.
They were all hooting and hollering because they tied
Last week- Tied
for 52nd at Price Cutter Championship
Pepperdine is tied
for 13th place with Arizona State and Michigan, shooting a 13-over 301.