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standing above others in quality or position

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of imposing height

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Originally aimed at the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe, Eminent came out of his easy three-length win over Salouen (with French Derby winner Brametot back in fifth) in such good heart that connections have decided to strike early.
As a son of Frankel from the family of Classic winner Yesterday, Eminent was never really going to be a zippy juvenile type, and Meade exercised patience before bringing this 150,000 guineas purchase to the track.
There are currently hundreds of private companies afforded eminent domain authority in Texas, including dozens of private railroad companies, according to a list maintained by the state comptroller's office.
The continued upturn in property development and construction of capital improvements has again resulted in an active year for the Eminent Domain Committee.
Henderson Franklin is the largest, locally-based law firm between Tampa and Miami with 55 attorneys dedicated to providing a wide range of legal services in the areas of business and tax planning, estate planning, family law, commercial and civil litigation, eminent domain, immigration law, intellectual property, workers' compensation, employment law, real estate, and land use and environmental law.
Justice Lokur also said, "These two eminent persons can actually stymie a recommendation of the NJAC for the appointment of a judge by exercising a veto conferred on each member of the NJAC by the second proviso to sub- section ( 2) of Section 5 of the NJAC Act, and without assigning any reason.
The field of eminent domain, and appraisal practice in it, is dynamic and subject to relatively frequent changes in law, agency policy and practice, and court rulings.
Nasrin and Saeed Kholghy say they have long wanted to develop the area themselves, but have been foiled by the city government, which has resorted to eminent domain and an outside developer.
However, she also noted, pipeline developers prefer to negotiate rights of way and easements than engage in costly eminent domain litigation to attempt to achieve the same end, adding that negotiation with landowners can yield better terms for developers than litigation.
10) Because the trustees were unwilling to sell the parcel, the Port Authority attempted to acquire the land through a powerful statutory vehicle: eminent domain.
If negotiations fail and the city opts to use eminent domain, the trustees and servicers have a right to just compensation determined in court, the city wrote.
How did you become an expert in eminent domain law?
pdf) notice that "action may be necessary" in response to eminent domain actions but didn't offer specifics.
Eminent domain is making it possible for Columbia University to expand in Harlem, and it was used in the 1990s as part of the economic revitalization of Times Square.
The bill would prohibit federal, state and local governments that receive federal economic development funds from using eminent domain to acquire land for economic development purposes.