Following that study there was a full public examination where the regional planning guidance panel heard comprehensive evidence on the bypasses
, including some from the Chamber of Commerce.
The couple can eliminate estate taxes if the first spouse directs her assets that can be sheltered by the unified credit ($675,000) into a trust that "bypasses
" the husband's estate.
Most MFC manufacturers design bypasses
as laminar flow elements that create a specific pressure drop to channel the desired flow of gas through the sensor.
Dozens of bypasses
and widening schemes were axed to reduce the road- building budget from pounds 6billion to pounds 1.4billion.
are also magnets for Wal-Mart and other discounters attracted to the large, cheap, and often unzoned sites along the bypass.
In Ontario, for instance, non-emergency waits for coronary bypasses
can last up to three months.
Yet while people who have undergone bypasses
do experience a reduction in severe chest pain (angina), the benefits of surgery eventually wear off.
in Nairobi are Nairobi Southern Bypass, Nairobi Northern Bypass, and Nairobi Eastern Bypass.
Stroud said general contractors that specifically focus on water and wastewater often are more successful with bypasses
than basic general contractors.
The proposal of East and West Bypasses
were rejected due to their high cost and other technical problems.
She added that decisions on the outcome of funding for two other bypasses
would be announced soon.