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But what use is political poetry if it does not effectuate?
The statements made by Anthony Elonis against his estranged wife Tara and others are reprehensible and frightening to Tara and her children, but there is no evidence in this case that Elonis took a single step to effectuate the threats he made.
Over time, we learned that, through strategic alliances (i.e., affiliations, out-sourcing, co-developing, co-branding, and co-programming), institutions could effectuate economies of scale, efficiencies in operation, and non-duplication of program effort.
If being the "best of the best" is, indeed, a part of the culture of the organization, that it seeks daily to provide quality care, communicate with effectiveness, and harness change to effectuate better outcomes, then the time is at hand for that organization to say "no more" to serving as a target of opportunity.
The effectiveness of ADR, however, depends on several factors, such as the reasonableness of the plaintiff's initial demand, along with the abilities of the mediator to understand the issues and effectuate movement between the parties.
The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, Treasury (OCC); Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System (Board); and Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) (collectively, the "Agencies") are amending their uniform regulations implementing section 109 of the Riegle-Neal Interstate Banking and Branching Efficiency Act of 1994 (Interstate Act) to effectuate the amendment contained in section 106 of the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act of 1999.
So, in summary, on the subject of motivation, you may find it helpful to tell your patients/clients that: it is a mental process; that it's always there in most of us but frequently needs to be activated; internal factors are usually much more effective in mobilizing motivation than are external ones; feelings of guilt usually don't work over the long run to effectuate the activation process; and that the key to "getting motivated", in most cases, is taking control of the situation and setting doable goals for oneself first, before doing anything else.
A "restrictive interpretation [of the law] could actually undermine the department's ability to ad dress biological reality, and thus handicap its ability to effectuate species recovery," the court said during its ruling.
On June 10, 1999, several members of the Oversight Subcommittee urged a technical clarification of the interest netting rules in order to effectuate congressional intent.
Content includes a treatment of the law of probate transfers including interstate transfers, the rules for probate transfers that seek to effectuate the evident or presumed donative intentions of the deceased and safeguards against the defeat of those intentions by fraud or mistake.
In the suit, Left alleges that Musk "artificially manipulated the price of Tesla securities with objectively false tweets in order to 'burn' the company's short-sellers." The suit filing goes on to state that in the succeeding days, "the truth regarding the supposedly 'secure' financing needed to effectuate the going-private transaction began to emerge, exposing the fraudulent scheme, and in the process, injuring class period investors as the price of Tesla securities deteriorated rapidly." Tesla shares are down fractionally to $280.10 in afternoon trading.
So, I believe that it is normal that the special prosecutor should receive sufficient means to effectuate her work and all her demands should be met", stressed Orav.
"This investment demonstrates our team's capabilities and experience to underwrite and invest in transitional real estate and to acquire outstanding debt in a manner that solves a problem for an existing lender and affords an opportunity to effectuate a restructuring that over time should provide a unique opportunity for our investors.
The new provisions accord broad authority to the Secretary to issue regulations to effectuate those policies.