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an amendment to the Constitution of the United States adopted in 1868

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Amendment 14 proposed five MPA's off the coasts of North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia: Snowy Grouper Wreck, Northern South Carolina, Edisto, Charleston Deep Artificial Reef, and Georgia (Table 1; Fig.
However, these data are reported at a larger spatial scale than that of the MPA sites proposed in Amendment 14.
A bill has been introduced in Sacramento - Senate Constitutional Amendment 14 by Sens.
Contract Awarded for amendment 14 to basic flying training contract
Moreover, via Amendment 14, it called for a moratorium until the entry into force of specific legislation.
The PM3000A tests to the 1995 version of EN 61000-3, and with the new Harmonic and Flicker Analysis PC Software, it also evaluates equipment to EN 61000-3 Amendment 14 standards.
In response to these difficulties with the standard, Amendment 14, the so-called Millennium Amendment to EN 61000-3-2, was adopted in late 1999 and went into effect Jan.
In practice, CENELEC's decision means that from 1 January 2001 onwards, the relevant products will have the possibility of choosing to benefit from the presumption of conformity to the essential requirements of the EMC Directive by complying either with the specifications laid down in the EN, or those of the EN as modified by its amendment 14 (up to 1 January 2004).