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something undertaken, especially something requiring extensive planning and work

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Eniro AB (STO:ENRO) announced on Thursday, that in connection with its recapitalisation, the company's lending banks have made so called lock-up undertakings.
To ensure safety of the documentation, the system uses secure certificates to ensure that all communications between the Competition Commission of Pakistan and the concerned undertaking is confidential.
Coventry Trading Standards have secured undertakings under the Enterprise Act requiring three local car traders to trade fairly.
The undertaking and confidential supporting submissions were submitted by Telstra on 21 December, 2007, with public versions of documents placed on the ACCC website on 24 December, 2007.
In all honesty, our organization, like most nonprofit organizations, didn't have much money available to undertake a forestry plan--and it certainly didn't have any money available for undertakings not currently in our budget.
The terms of the undertaking are as follows: Cheek Point confirms that it will not place undue or unacceptable pressure upon its distributors and resellers regarding their independent decision whether or not to sell competing products; in this respect, Check Point will confirm to its distributors and resellers their right independently to choose to handle products of other manufacturers which directly or indirectly compete with Check Point's own products.
The authors also note that the undertakings of the early modernizers were carried out under pressure and in the face of strong resistance from the Ottoman Muslim population who were psychologically conditioned to resent imitating the West.
Different trades or businesses will ordinarily be aggregated so as to constitute one undertaking.
The regulations define an undertaking as the smallest unit that can constitute an activity.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-6 April 2005-TietoEnator receives additional irrevocable undertaking for AttentiV offer(C)1994-2005 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-6 April 2005-TietoEnator receives additional irrevocable undertaking for AttentiV offer(C)1994-2005 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.
The act will also require nontraditional "owners" and "contractors" such as tenants undertaking interiors work on their own behalf or on behalf of a subtenant; landlords performing work for tenants under a lease, and other parties, to be sensitive to payment and performance provisions in their contracts because work letters or tenant improvement allowance provisions in leases may be deemed to be "construction contracts" for purposes of the act.
In order to carry out its mission, HKG applied for establishment as a Joint Undertaking - a status that it was granted for a period of 25 years in June 1974 - as well as certain advantages granted under the Euratom Treaty, albeit for a limited period.
The job-related and trade or business requirements for full-time students generally arise in two different contexts: (1) whether the taxpayer's education period is merely i temporary hiatus from his previous job to a new job (in the same field), or (2) whether the taxpayer was in a trade or business before undertaking the graduate education.