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Mill-Max (Oyster Bay, NY) released its lowest-profile target connectors with an above-board height of .087" (2,21mm).
The trading of the 200-megawatt excess capacity of the Sual coal-fired power facility in Pangasinan is legal and above-board, plant operator TeaM Energy Philippines has qualified in a statement to the media.
Will operations be above-board and ensure genuine protection for the insured?
As per a circular issued the Chief Justice has directed the D&SJs of Sargodha, Mianwali, Faisalabad, Hafizabad, Lahore, Muzaffargarh, Rawalpindi, M.B.Din, Sialkot, Okara, Lodhran, Khanewal, D.G.Khan, Rajanpur and Rahim Yar Khan that their act and conduct during discharge of duties should be impartial and above-board. They are also required to adopt all appropriate measures permissible under the law and rules to curb commission of corrupt or illegal practices in any manner during the conduct of bye election.
Team owners, administrators and coaches must be "teachers of sports practice that is always above-board and clean," he said.
The money was allegedly in return for guaranteed Azeri gold medals at the London Games, claims strongly denied by the AIBA, who insist that transaction was an above-board loan "which originated from an Azerbaijani private investor".
"I think our above-board policy regarding transportation shows that MGM is a true friend to the shooting industry," Gibson said.
Allegations of proxy owners and illegal funding have been in force this entire week after Modi went public with details of the stakeholders in the Kochi Franchise, a consortium that Modi has alleged is not above-board.(ANI)
There are also lots of other formalities to be aware of, such as seeking an HMO (houses in multiple occupation) certificate, so it is vital that landlords seek professional advice from a solicitor or letting agent, who can ensure that everything is above-board.