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having important issues or results

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A special master awarded the Whites $84,000 for the actual market value of the condemned property and $84,000 in consequential damages to the remainder.
For constitutional reasons there is generally a requirement to include each consequential tax rate change as separate consequential tax law amendment bill, in addition to the amendment to the Medicare levy legislation.
California moved the primary to be more consequential, but so did other states rich in convention delegates (e.
We are very pleased to add Cree to our line card and certain that its products will be of consequential interest to many of our customers.
htm) all-customer blanket payment programme that is delivered before consequential loss calculations .
We are certain that the variety and flexibility of the Samtec interconnect line will be of consequential interest to our diverse customer base," said Digi-Key President and COO Mark Larson.
This means customers will receive their redress money without having to wait for any potential consequential loss claims to be resolved," said RBS in an emailed statement to
Although information and opinions in this document have been obtained from sources believed to be reliable, Fiderion does not warrant the accuracy or completeness and accept no liability for any direct or consequential losses arising from its use.
HSBC could become the fastest bank to deliver customer compensation, related to the mis-selling of complex interest rate swap agreements, after implementing a new system that will pay firms redress before consequential losses are determined.
mPhase Technologies (OTCBB:XDSL) tomorrow will describe a potential breakthrough in its "smart" nano-based battery that could have consequential impact on reserve batteries of the future.
that some businesses are "delaying the process themselves" because some are filing for "erroneous" consequential losses.
First and foremost, it will reduce our cost base with a consequential improvement in our gross margins.
I am certain its product line will be of consequential interest and appeal to Digi-Key's customers.
Our goal is to continue to provide rigor to our investment recommendations and given that we now live in an age of lower global inflation/interest rates and consequential total return, we believe the enhancements we have made will further improve our leading stock picking performance," said Mark Steinert, Global Head of Equity Research for UBS Investment Bank.
This month's issue hosts a cover story on the "Fear Factor" relating to comments in the media and consequential "oil jitters.