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the completion of marriage by sexual intercourse

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Consummation of the tender offer is still subject to other customary conditions, such as satisfaction of the minimum tender condition, under the Agreement and Plan of Merger dated 6 April 2018 which was entered into by Novartis, Novartis AM Merger Corporation, and AveXis.
Of the proceeds received from the consummation of the initial public offering and a simultaneous private placement of units, USD 151,500,000 (or USD 10.10 per unit sold in the public offering) was placed in trust.
Pursuant to the definitive agreement, upon consummation of the share exchange, the shareholders of Wins will receive an amount of cash remaining in Sino's trust fund after payment of all amounts to public stockholders that exercise their conversion rights, less USD 5m provided that the cash consideration shall not exceed USD 25m, and a number of ordinary shares of holdco equal to USD 168m less the cash consideration divided by USD 10.00.
According to the synopsis of "The Consummation," Marie de Guide is likely to arrive at the castle with her own agenda.
The dubbio (doubt) that ecclesiastical courts cast over the legal soundness and legitimacy of these unions turned on the young age of the brides and the failed consummation. On the basis of these two crucial prerequisites ecclesiastical courts invariably annulled the marriage.
Besides this method of direct instruction, Matthew uses a number of literary devices and images to manifest Jesus Christ as the consummation of the Old Covenant.
My only reservations: Plain-faced David, portrayed by Irish newcomer Alan Maher, is, unfortunately, the least interesting Owens, and Stembridge lacks the courage to carry the David-Adam flirtation through to its logical consummation, as Pier Paolo Pasolini did with his Teorema (1968), in which Terence Stamp seduced both male and female members of an Italian family.
77)--the consummation of innovative, speculative fashion.
Consummation of the transaction is subject to regulatory review.
Alice Walker's vision may be called eschatological not only because it is hopeful enough to prescribe new ways of being and relating but also because it embraces that element of eschaton which we term "consummation." Hers is not, however, the consummation of the world in apocalyptic end-time.
Karine Plantadit-Bageot's sexual writhing on a chaise longue, downstage, and the gymnastic muscle-flexing of her maie counterpart Uri Sands on and around his chaise, upstage, precedes their consummation, when the drapes separating them disappear.
As of the consummation date of the acquisition, management having the appropriate level of authority begins to assess and formulate a plan.
Upon consummation of the Merger, Ascent's stockholders are expected to receive up to approximately 5.82% of the total shares of Monitronics common stock expected to be issued and outstanding following the consummation of the Plan and the Merger, in exchange for all then issued and outstanding shares of Ascent common stock, subject to dilution under a management incentive plan for the Company.
The structural effects that consummation of the proposal would have in the Galax, Martinsville, and Mecklenburg banking markets, all in Virginia, and the Danville, Virginia--North Carolina, banking market warrant a detailed review.